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SIXTH) BIENNIAL REPOJIT 



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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Kansas State Historical Society, 



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KOK THE PEBIOD 



COMMENCING JANUARY 19. 1887. AND ENDING NOVEMBER 20. 1888. \ 



T O P E K A . 

KANSAS PUBLISHING HOUSE : OLIFFOBD O. BAKEB, STATE PBINTEB. 

1889. 



^ Ol^^IOERS FOR THE YEARS J887-88. 

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DANTEL W. Wir.DER, Hiawatha, President, 1887. 

KDWARdVuSSELL, Lawrence President, 1888. 

HENltY H. WILLIAMS, Osawatoiuie Vice President, 1887. 

WM. A. PHILLIPS, Salina, Vice President, 1888. 

THOMAS A. McNEAL, Medicine Lodge Vice President, 1887-8. 

FRANKLIN (i. ADAMS, Topeka, Secretary. 

JOHN FRANCIS, Topeka, Treasurer. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
JOHN A. MARTIN, T. DWIGHT THACHER, P. I. BONEBRAKE, N. A. ADAMS, 
LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE. 
BENJ. F. SIMPSON, E. B. PURCELL, EDWARD RUSSELL. 



654173. 



DIRECTORS. 



Members of the Board of Directors for the year ending January 15, 



Adams, F.(i,, Topeka. 

Admire, J. V., Osage City. 

Blair, C. W., Leavenworth. 

Blue, R. W., Pleasanton. 

BONEBRAKE, P. I., Topcku. 

BucHAN, W. J Kansas City. 

Oarr, E. T., Leavenworth. 

Carroll. Ed Leavenworth. 

Dallas, E. J., Topeka. 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan. 

Edwards, W. C, Larned. 

Emery, J. S., Lawrence. 

Finch, L. E Burlingame. 

(iiLLETT, Almerin Emporia. 

Goss, N. S Topeka. 

Holliday, C. K., Topeka. 

Jones, C. J., Garden City. \ 

Members of the Board of Directors for the term ending January 21, 1890: 



Lowe, P. G 

Martin, Geo. W., 
Miller, Sol., . . 
MoHLER, Martin, 
murdock, m. m., 
Peck, Geo. R., . . 
Richardson. J. B., 
Shean, W. M., . . 
Simpson, Benj. F., 
Slavens, W. H., . 
Smith, James, . . 
Smith, W.W., . . 
Steele, J. W., . . 
Stotler, Jacob, . 
Thacher, T. D., . 
Wood, S. N 



f. p. baker. 

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Leavenworth. 

Kansas City. 

Troy. 

Osborne. 

Wichita. 

Topeka. 

Hiawatha. 

Gardner. 

Topeka. 

Yates Center. 

Topeka. 

Topeka. 

Topeka. 

Wellington. 

Topeka. 

Woodsdale. 



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Abbott, J. B DeSoto. 

Adams, N. A., Manhattan. 

Amos, J. Wayne Gypsum City. 

Burton, J. R Abilene. 

Clogston, J. B., Eureka. 

Coleman, A. L., Gentralia. 

Crew, E. B., Delphos. 

Doty, Geo. W., Burlingame. 

DowNiNCi, J. H Hays City. 

Faulkner, C. E Salina. 

Haun, T. S., Jetmore. 

Hudson, J. K Topeka. 

Johnson, A. S Topeka. 

Kellv, H. B McPherson. 

Kellogg, L. B., Emporia. 

Kimball, C. H., Parsons. 

Knapp, Geo. W., (Xyde. 



Leland, Cyrus, Troy. 

McAfek, J. B., Topeka. 

McNeal, T. a., Medicine Lodge. 

MuRDOCK, T. B., El Dorado. 

Osborn, Thomas A., Topeka. 

Pratt, John G., Maywood. 

Prentis, Noble L Newton. 

PuRCELL, E. B., Manhattan. 

Rice, John H., Fort ScoU. 

Scott, John W., Tola. 

Smith, A. W., McPherson. 

Taylor, T. T., Hutchinson. 

TiLTON, W. S Wa-Keeney. 

Veale, (t. W., Topeka. 

Williamson, Chas., Washington. 

Williams, II. H Osawatomie. 



Members of the Board of Directors for the term ending January 20, 1891 ; 



Anthony, D. R., Leavenworth. 

Bailey, L. D., Garden City. 

Baker, F. P., Topeka, 

Ball,Volnby, Lincoln. 

English, A. N., Wichita. 

EsKRiDfJE, C. v., Emporia, 

Francis, John, Topeka. 

(iLiCK, (Jko. W Atchison. 

GooDNOW, Isaac T., ManhaUan. 

Greene. A. R., Cedarvale. 

Greer, Ed. P., Winfleld. 

Hamilton, J. W., Wellington. 

Hiller, C. a., Salina. 

Holt, Joel, Beloit. 

Humphrey, L. U., Independence. 

.loNES, John P Coldwater. 

Kingman, S. A., Topeka. 



Lane, V. J., Kansas City. 

Legate, Jas. F., Leavenworth. 

Lester, H. N., Syracuse. 

McBride, Wm. H., Osborne. 

McIntire, T Arkansas City. 

Martin, John A., Atchison. 

Moore, H. Miles, . . .\. . . . Leavenworth. 

Phillips, W. A Salina. 

Reynolds, M. W Geuda Springs. 

Riddle, A. P Minneapolis. 

Robinson, Chas., Lawrence. 

Russell, Edward, Lawrence. 

Speer, John Sherlock. 

Ware, E. F Fort Scott. 

Wilder, D. W., Hiawatha. 

Wright, R. M., Dodge City. 



CONTENTS. ^^^^^ 

PAOB. 

Offioees and Membebs of the Boabd of Dibeoxobs 2 

Meeting of the Boabd of Dieeotobs 6 

summaby of accessions 5 

Libbaet, Gbowth of 5 

Addbesses Befoee the Society, Mentioned 17 

Financial Statement 19 

Pbincipal Libbaby Accessions, Lists of 20 

DoNOBS OF Books and Pamphlets 31 

DoNOBS OF Manuscbipts 39 

DoNOES OF Maps, Chabts and Atlases 44 

DONOBS OF PlOTUBES 46 

DoNOBS OF SoEiP, Coins and Medals 50 

DoNOES OF Wab Relics 51 

Miscellaneous Conteibutions 52 

DoNQES OF Single Newspapees 55 

Donations of Newspapee Files and Volumes of Pebiodioals 59 

List of Bound Kansas Newspapee Files and Pebiodioals 61 

List of Bound Newspapee Files and Pebiodioals of Othee States and 
Countbies 86 

List of Kansas Newspapees and Pebiodioals Now Being Received 92 

List of Newspapees of Othee States and Countbies Now Being Received. . 121 



REPORT. 



The Board of Directors met in the rooms of the Society, Tuesday, Novem- 
ber 20, 1888, at 3:30 p. m., the following members being present : Hon. John 
Francis, Hon. V. J. Lane, Hon. F. P. Baker, Judge S. A. Kingman, Hon. 
D. W. Wilder, Hon. James Smith, Maj. Benjamin F. Simpson, Hon. James 
F. Legate, Hon. W. C. Edwards, Hon. E. J. Dallas, Hon. Martin Mohler, 
Hon. T. D. Thacher, and the Secretary, F. G. Adams. 

Letters w^ere read from Hon. Edward Russell, President of the Society, 
and from Prof. I. T. Goodnow and Hon. L. R. Elliott, expressing regrets 
at their inability to be present at the meeting. 

The President and Vice-Presidents being absent. Judge Kingman was 
called to the chair, on motion of Hon. F. P. Baker. 

The Secretary then read the report, which was approved on motion of 
Mr. Legate, and ordered for publication. 

On motion of Mr. Legate, it was voted that a committee be appointed, 
composed of three citizens of Topeka, to act in connection with the Presi- 
dent and Secretary of the Society, to confer with the Executive Council and 
the Legislature, and to take charge of the matter of procuring suitable rooms 
in the State House, when completed, for the library and collections of the 
Society. The President appointed F. P. Baker, T. D. Thacher and John 
Francis members of the committee. 

The Secretary called the attention of the Board to a letter from Senator 
Plumb, transmitting a letter of Col. R. J. Hinton, in which the latter pro- 
poses to dispose of some historical manuscripts and papers which he has. 
collected. On motion, the Secretary was directed to confer with Colonel 
Hinton upon the subject. 

On motion of Mr. Edwards, the following resolution was adopted, and 
ordered to be submitted to the annual meeting for its consideration : 

Whereas, The Kansas State Historical Society has always considered that its 
library and collections were being gathered and made up wholly as the property of 
the State; and, whereas, the Legislature, by act of March 10, 1879, declared the Society 
to be a trustee of the State, and its library and collections of every kind to be the 
inalienable property of the State: therefore, 

Resolved, That this Society hereby formally declares it to be the intention of the 
Society, that its library and collections hitherto gathered, and all that shall hereafter 
be gathered, are, and are to become the exclusive property of the State of Kansas, 
for the use of the people of the State; and the Society fully accepts the terms and 
conditions expressed and contained in said act of March 10, 1879. 

On motion, the meeting adjourned. 



State histobical Society. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, NOV. 20, 1888. 



By vote of the Board of Directors at the meeting of January 17th, 1888, 
the time for concluding the yearly work of the Society and making up the 
annual report was changed from the third Tuesday of January to the third 
Tuesday in November. This change was made for the object of giving 
time for the printing of the Society's biennial reports previous to their pre- 
sentation to the annual meeting, and before the meeting of the Legislature. 
The report here presented, then, exhibits the work of the Society during 
the period commencing with January 18th, 1887, and ending with Novem- 
ber 19th, 1888, or about one year and ten months, instead of for the full 
period of two years, as has been the case with former biennial reports. 

SUMMARY. 

During the period covered by this report there have been added to the 
library of the Society, of bound volumes, 1,619; unbound volumes and 
pamphlets, 9,250 ; volumes of newspapers and periodicals, 1,995 ; single news- 
papers, 1,734; maps, atlases and charts, 116; manuscripts, 662; pictures 
and works of art, 275; scrip, currency, coins and medals, 32; war relics, 
12; miscellaneous contributions, 229. 

The library additions of books, pamphlets, and newspaper files, not in- 
cluding duplicates, number 12,864 volumes. Of these, 12,001 have been 
procured by gift, and 863 by purchase. 

The whole number of volumes in the library at the present time is as 
follows, namely: 9,971 bound volumes; 30,353 unbound volumes; 7,981 
bound newspaper files and volumes of periodicals ; in all, 48,305 volumes. 



YEARLY GROWTH OF THE LIBRARY. 

The following is a statement of the yearly growth of the library in thir- 
teen years, 1876 to 1888, inclusive: 



Date. 


Volumes 
books. 


Volumes 
newspapers 

and 
periodicals. 


Pamphlets. 


Total yearly 
accessions. 


Yearly 

total 

of the 

library. 


1876 


280 
115 

1,237 
290 
448 
414 

1,669 
307 
732 

1,088 

1,772 
753 
866 


54 
150 
710 
275 
448 
375 
513 
403 
807 
678 
1,573 
1,007 
988 


74 
501 
1,184 
491 
1,146 
1,127 
2,721 
1,088 
2,763 
2,033 
7,975 
1,543 
7,707 


408 
766 
3,131 
1,056 
2,042 
1,916 
4,903 
1,798 
4,302 
3,799 
11,320 
3,303 
9,561 


408 
1 174 


1877 


1878 


4,305 
5,361 


1879 


1880 


1881 


9,319 
14 222 


1882 


1883 


16,020 
20,322 


1884 


1885 


1886 


35,441 
38,744 
48,305 


1887 


1888 




Totals 


9,971 


7,981 


30,353 


48,305 









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The tables which the report contains show perhaps as well as tables and 
exhibits can, the character and extent of the work done by the Society dur- 
ing the period which the report covers. 

Included in the pamphlet accessions are 5,393 newspaper cuttings, which 
have been mounted and placed in the library classification. These are the 
accumulations of many years. They relate chiefly to Kansas history, local 
and general, to biography, proceedings of local pioneer gatherings, and of 
various State societies and associations. Mounted in scrap-books and placed 
in the library, they are thus made convenient for reference. 

MENTION OF SOME DONATIONS. 

Among the most liberal of the donors of books and pamphlets may be 
mentioned Rev. S. L. Adair, of Osawatomie; Hon. F. P. Baker, Hon. T. D. 
Thacher, Mr. A. S. Huling and Hon. D. M. Valentine, of Topeka; Prof 
I. T. Goodnow and Mrs. B. F. Mudge, of Manhattan ; Hon. Geo. W. Mar- 
tin, Kansas City ; Hon. Eli Thayer, of Worcester, Massachusetts ; Dr. Sam- 
uel A. Green, Secretary of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston ; and 
the Essex Institute, Salem, Massachusetts. Prof. Goodnow has given from 
his thirty-three years' savings in Kansas a mass of historical material of in- 
estimable value, consisting of books, pamphlets, magazines, manuscripts, 
maps, newspaper files and other papers. Hon. D. M.. Valentine has given 
the Society ninety-four pamphlets, chiefly consisting of Kansas political and 
other publications thoughtfully saved by him during his thirty years' resi- 
dence in Kansas. One of the most valuable gifts of books to the Society has 
been that made by Hon. George W. Martin, now of Kansas City, Kansas, 
consisting of 100 copies of " Wilder's Annals," 1875 edition. This book has 
been much sought for by libraries and institutions with which our Society 
makes exchanges, and the gift enables us to effect exchanges securing the 
augmentation of our library by many valuable volumes otherwise beyond 
our reach. 

Of the 662 manuscript papers contributed, there are many which are of 
historical interest. Among such may be mentioned the record books of 
early Topeka social organizations, given by Mrs. Ashbaugh ; the muster- 
rolls, given by Judge L. D. Bailey, containing a record of the first military 
organization in what is now Lyon county ; Dr. George W. Brown's contri- 
butions to anti-slavery and early Kansas history ; the contributions made to 
John Brown history by John Brown, jr., Theodore Botkin, Hon. Horace L. 
Jones, Hon. O. E. Morse, Col. William A. Phillips, and Capt. J. A. Pike ; 
the autobiographical sketches by lady editors of Kansas newspapers ; the 
mass of petitions of the women of Kansas for municipal suffrage, presented 
to the Legislature of 1887 ; and the voluminous original records of Kansas 
history contained in the contributions made by Mrs. Lawrence, the widow 
of Amos A. Lawrence, a most liberal benefactor of Kansas in the earliest 
days of trial. These manuscripts contain a large portion of the records of 



8 State Histobical Society. 

the work of the New England Emigrant Aid Company, of which Mr. Law- 
rence was the treasurer. 

Of maps and atlases donated to the library, the atlas to accompany the 
Ohio Geological Survey, given by Mr. Robert Clarke, of Cincinnati, ac- 
companied as the gift was by that of the volumes of the Survey, is worthy 
of special mention ; as is also the gift by Mr. F. E. Jerome, of Russell, of 
the atlas to accompany the Michigan Geological Survey. Mr. John P. Ed- 
wards, of Quincy, Illinois, has added 'to the gifts before made by him of 
Kansas maps and atlases, by contributing large wall maps of three Kansas 
and one Missouri county. Professor Goodnow's very large gift to the So- 
ciety was acccompanied by eighteen valuable maps. The gift made by J. 
H. Meacham of his voluminous illustrated atlas of Brown and Nemaha 
counties is an important contribution to the materials of Kansas history. 
The Iowa atlas given by Mr. A. W. Stubbs is a valuable record of the history 
of a neighboring State. Messrs. Wasser and Flint, of Girard, have added 
again to their contributions of Kansas maps. Mr. Henry Kuhn's gift of 
Boudinot's map of the Indian Territory is an important contribution. 
Rand, McNally & Co. have added largely to the gifts which they had be- 
fore made of maps of the States and Territories. The archaeological map 
made and given to the Society by Mr. William Griffing is an interesting 
record of original investigation of the antiquities of Kansas. 

Noteworthy among the pictures added to the gallery is a crayon portrait 
of Senator Ingalls, a gift of the artist, Mr. A. Montgomery ; a crayon por- 
trait of Col. Alexander S. Johnson, given by himself by special request ; 
and a portrait of Chester Thomas, sr,, given by members of his family. 
Mr. Robert Tracy, of St. Joseph, Mo., has given photo portraits of Maj. 
William P. Richardson and Dr. John H. Stringfellow, both prominent 
figures in the earliest period of Kansas Territorial history ; the family and 
friends of Prof. B. F. Mudge have given a portrait of that most prominent 
early worker in Kansas science; Thomas W. Heatley has given an original 
photo portrait of Richard Realf, and a fine crayon copy of this portrait has 
been given the Society by Mrs. Peacock, who executed it; H. T. Martin, 
the photographer, has contributed cabinet photos of members of the Legis- 
lature and the executive officers of 1887-8, 136 in number. Numerous other 
portraits and pictures have also been contributed to the Society's very large 
collection of this class of historical material. Ex-Gov. Frederick P. Stanton, 
now a resident of Farmwell, Virginia, has given the Society a fine marble 
bust of himself, executed many years ago by Horatio Stone. This gift will 
ever be regarded by the Society and by the people of Kansas as an inter- 
esting memorial of one whose official career was marked by invaluable 
services in times of great need. 

Conspicuous among the contributions is the gold medal w^hich was pre- 
sented by Victor Hugo'and his associates in France, in 1874, to the widow 
of Capt. John Brown, in testimony of the recognition by the donors of the 




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supreme sacrifice made by the Kansas martyr in behalf of human rdghts. 
The medal has been deposited with the Historical Society by Capt. John 
Brown, jr., and his brothers and sisters, regarding as they do our Society 
as the appropriate custodian of the memorials of their illustrious father. 

Of war memorials may be mentioned the gift by Maj. James B. Abbott of 
his sword, a relic of the early troubles in Kansas, as well as of the war of the 
Kebellion, also the gift by the same of an English musket, a relic of Confed- 
erate arms employed on our border in Price's raid, and a Pro-Slavery flag, a 
relic of the Kansas Territorial troubles ; the gift by Mrs. Hannah Ritchie 
of the sword and gun of Gen. John Ritchie, memorials of the services ren- 
dered by a distinguished and honored pioneer citizen of Kansas in the w^ar 
for the preservation of the Union. Hon. A. Washburn gives an interesting 
relic of the war of the Revolution, and Dr. S. B. Prentiss the same of the 
Pro-Slavery troubles of 1856. Interesting relics of the war of the Rebellion 
have been given by Mrs. Lititia Watkins, Mr. W. A. Warren, J. W. Rich- 
ardson, W. E. Richey, and Mrs. Sophia Ashbaugh. 

Of files of newspapers. Rev. S. L. Adair has given thirty-six volumes, 
Hon. F. P. Baker sixteen, and Prof. I. T. Goodnow sixty-two. These with 
the others contributed swell the number of files given the Society in addi- 
tion to those contributed in regular issues, to one hundred and twenty-eight 
in number. These added to the volumes of newspapers and periodicals which 
have accumulated through regular newspaper issues received, chiefly from 
gifts, make up 1,995 volumes of this most valuable class of historical ma- 
terials received during the period covered by the report. 

CHARACTER OF THE LIBRARY. 

The lists and tables which this report contains show that there is being 
made up by this Society for the use of the people of Kansas a library of 
history and reference, remarkable in its growth, and still more remarkable 
in the character and value of the materials which it contains. They show 
that notwithstanding much embarrassment the growth of the library and 
collections has steadily continued from year to year during the thirteen 
years of the Society's existence, and that in that time there have been placed 
on the library shelves more than forty-eight thousand volumes of books, 
newspaper files and pamphlets ; and in addition to these, this and former re- 
ports show a collection of manuscripts, pictures, statuary, relics and objects 
of historical illustration of every kind and description almost countless in 
number. 

The character of these materials is such as was contemplated in the or- 
ganization of the Society and such as the law directs the Society to bring 
into its library and collections. They are chiefly the printed and written 
records of the people of Kansas; records which go to show the sacrifices 
and achievements of our first settlers in establishing freedom on our soil ; 
records of the daily, weekly, monthly and yearly transactions of the people 



10 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 

in social, moral, educational and material progress; in the building-up of 
our towns, with their depots of trade, their manufactories, and varied in- 
dustrial establishments ; records which show the unexampled progress in the 
construction of lines of railroad transportation ; in the opening and plant- 
ing of farms, orchards and vineyards; records of the march, year by year, 
of our frontier people toward the border, still experimenting with the powers 
of nature, and still subduing obstacles which for all the ages before had 
been deemed insurmountable. The history of the struggles and triumphs 
of the people of Kansas, from the earliest day to the present, have been 
and are being more fully recorded by pen and printing-press than ever be- 
fore was that of any people ; and our Historical Society is very fully gather- 
ing in and placing accessibly on its shelves the record as thus being made 
up. The published statistics of the libraries of the country show that the 
library of the Kansas Historical Society is the largest historical library 
west of the Mississippi river, and the largest but one west of the Alleghany 
Mountains. When it is considered that this library is not composed of 
evanescent books of the literature of the day, written and printed for the 
amusement of the hour, and then no longer sought for reference or for any 
other use, but that it chiefly contains the original records of the facts in 
the history of our own pioneer people, of the first generation of the founders 
and builders of the State, it may be well said that when we speak of its 
remarkable growth in the number of its volumes, we present a feature of 
but slight consideration compared with that of the character of the volumes 
which it contains as original materials of history. 

And not only is the history of our own people being gathered into this 
library, but as the law directs, the library is being made one of very widely 
extended reference, in general history, in science, and in all subjects of 
social, educational, and literary research. 

RELATION OF THE SOCIETY TO THE STATE. 

The kind of work being done by the Society, and the relation which it sus- 
tains to the State, are peculiar; hence the duties imposed, and the privileges 
conferred upon it by law, are not so well understood as they should be. There 
is but one other institution in the country so nearly like this in object and 
scope, and in its connection with the State, as to admit of comparison. The 
Wisconsin Historical Society is much like ours, and afforded the model 
upon which our work in its incipiency was planned and in the main has 
since been carried forward. Both are voluntary associations. Their mem- 
bers and officers are private citizens elected by the societies. Their mode of 
work has been devised, and is being carried forward upon plans, rules and 
regulations made by themselves. But what they do is for the people of the 
State. Their library and all their collections are the property of the State, 
placed in rooms provided by the State, and are inalienable and irremovable. 
The expenses of the work of the Society are chiefly defrayed by the State. 




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This relation of the State Historical Society to the State is essential to the 
existence of a historical society in a new State where there are no opulent 
citizens to found and maintain such a society. So far as there has been any 
experience in such work, it is the relation best calculated to secure the 
making up of a public historical collection in any State ; a work which it is 
everywhere conceded every State should have by some means done for it, 
and the neglect of which is greatly deplored where it has been left undone. 
Such a society is greatly stimulated to exertion to fulfill the public require- 
ments. Where by law the society is made the trustee and servant of the 
State its work is not perfunctory like that of the State official, whose 
term of service is determined upon political considerations. The existence 
of the Society and its continued support are dependent upon its fulfillment 
of the public demand and expectation year by year and continually. This 
has been and must ever be the experience of such a relation to the State of 
a voluntary association of this character. 

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS. 

The act of the Legislature of 1879, by which the Society was made the trus- 
tee of the State and its collections the property of the State, makes it the 
•duty of the Society to make up a library of " books, maps and other materials 
illustrative of the history of Kansas in particular and the West generally ; 
. . . to purchase books to supply deficiencies in the various departments 
of its collections, and to procure by gift and exchange such scientific and 
historical reports of the Legislatures of other States, of railroads, reports of 
geological and other scientific surveys, and such other books, maps, charts 
and materials as will facilitate the investigation of historical, scientific, so- 
cial, educational and literary subjects, and to cause the same to be properly 
bound ; to catalog the collections of the said Society for the more convenient 
reference of all persons who may have occasion to consult the same ; to bi- 
ennially prepare for publication a report of its collections and such other 
matter relating to its transactions as may be useful to the public; and to 
keep its collections arranged in convenient and suitable rooms, to be pro- 
vided and furnished by the Secretary of State, as the Board of Directors 
shall determine." 

Considering the novelty of such a relation of a State to an association of 
its private citizens, it is not surprising that the duties thus imposed by the 
State and the compensation given for performing them should not for a 
time be properly adjusted. The Society has not been in the habit of com- 
plaining of lack of appreciation and compensation ; for the public appre- 
ciation has always and everywhere been made most manifest, and the Society 
has always been confident that the lack of adequate means for carrying on 
its work would prove to be but temporary. The membership of the Society 
now extends to every county in the State. The most valuable part of the 
current accessions to its library, namely the newspaper issues, and locally 



12 STATE HISTOBIGAL SOCIETY. 



printed matter, are being freely contributed by members of the Society, 
from every county in the State. The faithful performance of the most im- 
portant part of its work, that of caring for these local contributions, employs 
more than half the time of the clerical force of the Society. It is not to be 
supposed that a society whose work is being done wholly for the people of 
the State, whose working membership embraces every part of the State, and 
the results of whose work have come to be appreciated by all classes of in- 
telligent people in the State, will remain for a much longer period in a state 
of embarrassment for want of means to carry forward the work assigned to it. 

BROAD FIELD OF WORK. 

The duty imposed by the Legislature upon the Society to place in it& 
library with the publications of our own State, those of other States and 
those of learned, social and scientific institutions generally, so as to make 
up a library which shall give every citizen of the State facilities for the in- 
vestigation of "historical, social, educational and literary subjects," are so 
comprehensive that its library undertaking may be said to be unlimited in 
its object and scope. 

The broad field from which the materials of this library are being gathered 
has proven to be a very fruitful one. While our best garnerings are from 
within our own State, the limits of the work of the Society are boundless. 
So interwoven has been the history of Kansas with that of the principal 
events of the whole country, and so much has the work of the Society 
enlisted a general interest, its library has come to be the recipient, largely 
by gift, of not only the materials of the history of the whole country, but 
of everything of a literary and scientific character relating to all parts of 
the country. The library is becoming, at a cost involving little more than 
that of freight and postage, care and keeping, a library of reference very 
broad in its scope. Its growth would be far more rapid, and its accessi- 
bility and consequent usefulness to the public would be far greater, were 
adequate means given the Society to employ a suflicient clerical force, and 
if the State had been able to fulfill its undertaking to furnish "suitable and 
convenient rooms for the collections." 

The State of Kansas in legalizing the work of the State Historical Soci- 
ety and giving such a breadth and scope to the objects aimed to be accom- 
plished by it, intended no half-way work. The action of the Legislature 
was prompted by the conviction which has always rested in the minds of 
our people, that Kansas has made and is making a history unique in its 
character and unparalleled in the magnitude of the principles which had 
been and are being vindicated and exemplified on our soil. The materials 
of our own history, and of our world-wide related history, are such as no 
State ever before had spread out for the gathering. 

And the willing helpers in the work are as widespread as are the mate- 
rials. The interest in the work of the Kansas Historical Spciety is as broad 




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as the country itself. Said the Secretary of the Massachusetts Historical 
Society: "Massachusetts helped to redeem and make Kansas, — it will help 
its Historical Society." Said Henry Ward Beecher in accepting a mem- 
bership in our Society : " I need not say how deep an interest I have taken 
in her noble progress and renowned prosperity. She well deserves the title 
'New England of the AVest.' " Said William Lloyd Garrison : "The for- 
mation of such a society is cause for special congratulation, and an event of 
historical importance far beyond the limits of the State; — for there is noth- 
ing more thrilling in American history than the struggle to secure freedom 
and free institutions to Kansas — a struggle which, if it had terminated 
otherwise than it did, would have been fraught with appalling consequences 
not only to the State itself, but to the whole country. How different would 
have been the fate of Kansas, if slavery had been successfully established 
upon her soil ! Under the plastic hand of freedom, how astonishing has been 
her growth in intelligence, industry, enterprise, population, and material 
prosperity ; and at the present time what strides she is making in develop- 
ing her ample resources, and how irresistible is the magnetism by which she 
is drawing to herself from all quarters a mighty immigration that can 
scarcely fail to place her, ere long, in the front rank of States. This is her 
fitting recompense for having gone through a baptism of blood and an 
ordeal of fire with such firmness and devotion to the sacred cause of free- 
dom. May her * peace be as a river,' and her * prosperity as the waves of 
the sea.' " 

It is in the preservation of the materials of the history of the growth and 
development of Kansas during the past thirteen years that the work of the 
Society is most complete and comprehensive. Before our Society had begun 
its work, the printed materials of the history of the earlier days had in 
large part been dissipated and destroyed. The materials of the present 
day, as they are daily and weekly being issued from more than a thousand 
busy printing-presses, are all being saved in the library of our Society. In 
its growth and development Kansas has gone forward until \\ has reached, 
with all the appliances of the best civilization the world has ever known, 
the remotest boundaries of our State; and now are to be found newspaper 
presses in every county. These papers make a record, w^eek by week, of all 
the events occurring in the growth of these new counties, and complete files 
of all are being preserved in the library of the State Historical Society, the 
gift of their generous and thoughtful publishers. 

PROVINCE OF A HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

That the Kansas State Historical Society is well fulfilling the mission 
assigned it by the Legislature, and according to the highest standards es- 
tablished for an institution charged by a State with the duty of forming a 
library of historical and other materials for the use of the people, may be 
quoted here a single testimonial as to what ought to be done for the accom- 



14 STATE HI8T0BICAL SOCIETY. 

plishment of such object. It is the testimony of Dr. Henry A. Homes, who 
for forty years, and till his death a few months since, was the eminent libra- 
rian of the general library of the State of New York. It is found in an 
article prepared by him contained in the United States Government publi- 
cation entitled, "Public Libraries in the United States of America; their 
History, Condition, and Management," published by the Department of the 
Interior, in 1876. In a paragraph in which he makes a statement of the 
special province of a general State library, as distinct and separate from 
that of a library of law reports, statutes, journals of the Legislature, and 
State documents, he says : 

"A State library will, of course, make it one of its special aims to collect works of 
American history in general just so far as the means at its disposal will admit. But 
of all the purposes for which it exists, none respond so directly to the wants of the 
largest number of the citizens of a State as to aim to collect all the materials access- 
ible to illustrate* the history of the State, its counties, its towns, and its citizens. 
The authorities of the library will therefore be attentive to secure all local histories 
and biographies, manuscript collections of the papers of its eminent citizens, the 
official proceedings of all counties and towns, reports of all societies, charitable, 
commercial, manufacturing, military and secret, and as many of the newspapers 
printed in the State as can be obtained, with its almanacs, and business and town 
directories. To these will naturally be added works in science and the arts which 
relate more particularly to the productions of the State. An honorable historic 
consciousness will be promoted by securing works of merit of all kinds written by 
citizens of the State." 

NEWSPAPERS AS MATERIALS OF HISTORY. 

The following is quoted from the same high authority : 

"Much might be said regarding the value of the different classes of books just 
mentioned, a value which grows with successive years. We will, however, single out 
from among them for particular notice the class of newspapers. For many towns 
and counties they are the only printed record of the earliest facts of local history. 
Their value in libraries is already recognized in our Western States. The Indiana 
State Library receives twenty-eight newspapers as an annual gift; Minnesota was 
receiving forty in 1862; and Ohio received twenty-eight. The New Jersey Library 
invites donations of the same kind. There can be little doubt that the publishers 
of a large proportion of the newspapers of any State would preserve and give to the 
State the file of each year, on the single condition that it should be promptly bound 
and be made accessible to the public. It would be equitable and useful to provide 
by statute that each publisher sending a newspaper should receive a copy of the laws 
of the session." 

This eminent librarian singles out from among the most important of all 
the subjects of collection the local newspaper. And yet what a meager 
showing he makes as to what the State libraries of the country were twelve 
years ago doing in this department of work : Indiana, twenty-eight news- 
papers; Minnesota, forty; Ohio, twenty -eight. And they are doing no 
better to-day. State libraries never have effectively done the most appro- 
priate work for a library of local history and general reference for the 



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people. They have a paramount object besides, and to that their chief 
work is naturally and necessarily confined. 

It was left to the voluntary associations of private citizens forming the 
Wisconsin Historical Society and the Kansas Historical Society, to prop- 
erly inaugurate and carry forward this kind of work. The board of direct- 
ors of the Wisconsin Historical Society at their annual meeting in January 
last, reported as contained in their library, 5,240 volumes of newspaper 
files; and to this class of library materials they particularly refer as being 
"the fountain-head of modern history." 

SPIRIT OF THE KANSAS PRESS. 

The New York State Librarian suggested that publishers should be com- 
pensated for their newspapers. That might do for New York, Indiana, and 
Ohio. But Kansas newspaper publishers see the matter in a different light ; it 
was they who organized the Society, and no sooner was it organized than they 
began freely to give their regular issues. Not only that, but the veteran 
editor who had published his paper from away back in the eari^ly history of 
Kansas Territory got together his scattered duplicates until he had made up 
for the Society a complete file, not a number missing. At least one file thus 
given we have, covering a period now of more than thirty years. So the 
publisher of the newspaper starting in a frontier county, hearing of the work 
our Society is doing, of which he is pretty sure to hear even before his first 
issue is out, with alacrity puts the State Historical Society on his mail 
book. Thus the work of the newspaper man's enterprise, zeal and ambi- 
tion goes to posterity. And who shall say that he will not do better work; 
more for the good of the people a history of whose doings he records, than 
if he felt that the issues from his press were but for a day, speedily to pass 
from the face of the earth as has been the common experience where no his- 
torical society has existed to save the issues of the press and place them 
between fire-proof walls built by the State for the preservation of its sacred 
archives. The newspaper men and women of Kansas are putting it in the 
power of the Historical Society which they founded to do better work in 
making up a library of the best materials of local history than is being 
done by any other society or institution in the world. 

That the publishers of Kansas newspapers appreciate the work being 
done by the Historical Society which they established, a single quotation 
may be given from among hundreds. Says the editor of a leading daily : 

"This Society, as its name implies, is the custodian and conservator of the his- 
tory of Kansas. A copy of almost every newspaper published in this State, from 
its organization, and prior to that period, through its earliest Territorial days, may 
be found on tile in its rooms. From that established in 1854 down to the journals 
of to-day, a copy of each is there carefully preserved, thus making a continuous 
and unbroken history of the State to-day. A copy of every book written, by Kan- 
sans, may be found on its shelves; so of thousands of foreign newspapers and 
pamphlets; and all the addresses and speeches embodying matters relating to Kan- 



16 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY 



sas affairs are there compiled and sto^ved away. A copy of each annual Agricultural 
Report, which, by the way, are the fullest, completest, and most accurate reports of the 
kind prepared by any State in the Union, is there preserved. Copies of the pro- 
ceedings of every Legislature and every State convention, a record of the minutes 
of every important public gathering ever held in Kansas, are kept there. The walls 
and cases of this office are adorned with portraits of Governors of Kansas, of many 
other historial characters, and of the various Territorial and State Legislatures. 
Glass cases arranged about the rooms contain Kansas relics of all sorts, conveniently 
placed. In short, everything of an historical character is being gathered up and 
consigned to its proper place in the archives of this Society. 

" The value of our State Historical Society, aside from its general purposes, as 
the custodian of Kansas history, as an aid in litigation, can hardly be overestimated. 
A prominent attorney of this city a few years ago, in an important patent case, 
found himself compelled to establish a certain date and fact vital to his client. He 
searched high and low, far and near, without avail. At last it occurred to him that 
he might at least get a clue from the State Historical Society. He went to Topeka 
and was handed by the Secretary of the Society the public directory containing the 
very date and fact he needed. 

"The men who organized this Society builded better than they knew. Their 
efforts to maintain it through all these years have already been amply rewarded in 
the practical as well as sentimental benefit it has conferred upon the citizens of 
Kansas, and the appropriations made by the Legislature for its support have been 
among the best investments the State has ever made. Its utility will be more appre- 
ciated from year to year, and long after its projectors and present patrons have 
passed from the stage of action, its work and accumulations will abide among the 
most cherished possessions of the Kansans who are to be." 

THE WORK EXCEEDS THE MEANS. 

The law makes it the duty of the Society to catalog this library. This 
calls for consideration the subject of the long-continued embarrassment of 
the Society for want of adequate appropriations by the Legislature to carry 
on its work, a subject which has been repeatedly presented before in these 
reports. The present very poorly paid clerical force is insufficient to prop- 
erly perform the current work of the Society, which has hitherto been 
necessarily confined to that of gathering in the accumulations, making a rec- 
ord of them, having them bound, classifying and arranging them on the 
shelves, acknowledging gifts, and conducting the very extensive correspond- 
ence involved in reaching out for material, widely scattered as are the 
people who have for manifest causes had connection with the events of 
Kansas history from the earliest days. It has thus far been impossible to 
comply with the requirement to catalog the library. The meager appro- 
priations have Compelled the payment to the clerks employed of less than 
one-half the amount paid to employes in other departments of the State. 
Double the amount should be paid to present employes, and an additional 
force should be employed. The scanty provision made by the State to ena- 
ble the Society to perform its work has no precedent in the legislation of 
any State. While Kansas gives $4,250 to its Historical Society, Wisconsin 
has for many years given annually more than $9,000. 



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LACK OF ROOM. 

The present embarrassment of the Society for lack of room for its collec- 
tions, and the urgent demand at this time that provision shall be made in 
the State Capitol when completed for the future needs of this library, must 
again be mentioned. 

The law, as has been quoted, has made it the duty of the Secretary of 
State to furnish convenient and suitable rooms for the library and collec- 
tions, such as the Board of Directors of the Society shall determine. Of 
course it has been thus far out of the power of the Secretary of State or 
any other authority to comply with this requirement in the uncompleted 
state of the Capitol building. But in view of the progress being made 
toward the completion of the Capitol, at the annual meeting two years ago, 
the Board presented the subject in its report to the Society, and, during the 
session of the Legislature following, a conference was held between the legis- 
lative committee of the Society and the joint committee of the Legislature 
on the State Library, to whom the Governor's recommendation, that proper 
legislation should be had for the maintenance of the work of the Society, 
had been referred. The committee of the Legislature responded to the 
wishes of our committee, and the following concurrent resolution was intro- 
duced by the committee in the House of Representatives, and was adopted : 

House Conoubkent Resolution No. 22, 1887. — "5e it resolved by the House of 
. Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, That the State House Commissioners 
be, and they are hereby instructed, that in the preparation of the plan of the main 
building of the State House, and in the assignment of rooms, ample provision be 
made for the valuable collections of historical material of the State Historical 
Society, and for its future growth." 

When the resolution came before the Senate it failed to pass. A com- 
mittee has been appointed by the Board of Directors to confer with the 
Executive Council and the Legislature in relation to rooms for the library 
and collections of the Society in the Capitol when completed. 

SOCIETY'S SEAL. 

During last year, at the suggestion of President Wilder, an engraved seal 
for the Society's use, with a design deemed appropriate, was procured to be 
made in Washington, through the kind offices of Senator Plumb. The 
design combines the seal of the State of Kansas, with the coats of arms of 
France and Spain at the periods of the sovereignty of those powers over 
Louisiana Territory, of which the territory within the bounds of Kansas 
formed a part. 

ADDRESSES BEFORE THE SOCIETY. 

At the annual meeting, January 17, 1888, addresses were delivered by 
the following persons : 

Hon. D. W. Wilder delivered the annual address, briefly sketching the 



18 STATE Historical Society. 

history of the Society. Other addresses were delivered upon subjects per- 
taining to Kansas history, as follows : 

Prof I. T. Goodnow, Manhattan, Personal Reminiscences, being an 
account of the founding of Manhattan by a New England Emigrant Aid 
party in 1855, of which party Prof Goodnow was the leader. 

Hbn. S. A. Kingman, Topeka, on the Growth and Development of 
Kansas. 

Prof. W. H. Carruth, Lawrence, on the subject of the Origin of Kansas 
Geographical Names. 

C. A. Hiller, Esq., Salina, on the Padouacas, and other Aboriginal Tribes 
of Kansas. 

C. F. Scott, Tola, on the subject of the Pioneer Press of Kansas. 

Hon. H. N. Lester, Syracuse, on the Colonization of the Upper Arkansas 
Valley in Kansas. 

Hon. J. Ware Butterfield, Florence, on the subject of the Kansas Histor- 
ical Society, the character of its work, and the importance of maintaining it. 

Columbus Borin, of Oberlin, on Kansas, her History, her History-mak- 
ers, and her Historical Society. 

Hon. James F. Legate, Leavenworth, on the Pioneers of Kansas, refer- 
ring particularly to the services of Joel K. Goodin, Samuel C. Pomeroy, 
John Brown, and some others. 

Noble L. Prentis, Newton, on the subject of the Swedish, Bohemian, Irish, 
and other colonies of foreigners in Kansas. 

Historical papers were prepared and presented to the meeting by persons 
who were not present, as follows : 

John P. Jones, of Coldwater, on the subject of the alleged Exploration of 
Lieut. Du Tisne, in 1719, of the country of the Osages, Pawnees and Pa- 
douacas. 

J. S. Painter, of Garden City, on Southwestern Kansas, its settlement, 
development, and transformation. 

Prof C. A. Swensson, of Lindsborg, on the History of the Swedish Amer- 
ican settlements in Kansas. 

Printed or manuscript copies of most of these addresses and papers are in 
the files of the Society, and should form a part of a volume of collections 
which should be published at an early day. 

TERM OF OFFICE OF PRESIDENT. 
At the annual meeting in January, 1888, Hon. D. W. Wilder, having held 
the office of President for one year, resigned the position, and Hon. Edward 
Russell of Lawrence was elected in his stead for the unexpired term of one 
year. This was done in pursuance of the suggestion made by Gen. Wilder 
and approved by a vote of the Board of Directors, that it would be better 
for the interests of the Society that the term of the office of President should 
be but for one year, instead of two years as provided in the constitution. 




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An amendment of the constitution for this object has been proposed and 
placed in the minutes of the Society for consideration at the annual meeting 
in 1889. It is in the following words: 

" The elective officers of the Society shall consist of a President and two Vice- 
Presidents, who shall hold their offices for the term of one year, and until their suc- 
cessors shall be chosen; a Secretary and a Treasurer, who shall hold their offices for 
the term of two years, and until their successors shall be chosen; said officers to be 
chosen by the Board of Directors from their members, their election to be made at 
the first meeting of the Board subsequent to the annual meeting of the Society, and 
their terms of office shall begin at the date of their election and qualification in 



At this meeting, also, Hon. William A. Phillips, of Salina, was elected 
one of the Vice-Presidents, in the place of Hon. Henry H. Williams, who has 
removed from the State. 

FINANCES, 1887. 

The finances of the Society for the year ending January 17, 1888, includ- 
ing the Treasurer's account of receipts and expenditures and the expendi- 
tures from the appropriations made by the Legislature, as shown at the 
annual meeting, 1888, were as follows: ' 

BEOEIPTS. 

1887. 

Jan. 18, Appropriations to June 30, 1887 $1,136 39 

" 18, Balance in hands of Treasurer of Society, fees 3 20 

" 18, Balance of miscellaneous appropriation 322 62 

July 1, Appropriation to June 30, 1888 4,250 00 

Receipts from membership fees 54 00 

Total $5,765 21 

EXPENDITUEES. 

Salaries and clerk hire from general appropriations $2,447 55 

Clerk hire from miscellaneous appropriations 322 62 

Clerk hire from membership receipts 14 40 

Purchase of books 653 78 

Postage, freight and contingent 485 73 3,924 08 

Balance $1,841 13 

FINANCES, 1888. 

The finances for the period commencing January 18, and ending Novem- 
ber 20th, 1888, are as follows: 

BEOEIPTS. 

1888. 
Jan. 17, Balance of appropriation to June 30, 1888 $1,798 33 

" 17, Balance in hands of Treasurer of Society, fees 42 80 

July 1, Appropriation to June 30, 1889 4,250 00 

Receipts from membership fees 54 00 

Total $6,145 13 



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Forward, total receipts $6,145 13 

EXPENDITUBES. 

Salaries and clerk hire $2,500 00 

Purchase of books 745 11 

Postage, freight and contingent 206 47 

Expenditures from membership fees 64 80 3,516 38 

Balance $2,628 75 

PRINCIPAL LIBRARY ACCESSIONS. 

The following classified lists show the principal accessions of books and 
pamphlets to the library during the period covered by the report : 

Bibliography and Journalism. — Indexes to 16 vols. New York Daily 
Tribune; Clarke's Globe Dictionary of the English Language; Publishers' 
Trade-List Annual, 1888; Bulletins of the Library Company of Philadel- 
phia; Hammett's Bibliography of Newport, Rhode Island; Proceedings of 
the Mississippi Press Association, 1885-6; Norton's History of the Texas 
Press; Perrin's Pioneer Press of Kentucky; English Catalogue of Books 
for 1887; Annual American Catalogue, 1887; Poole's Index to Periodical 
Literature ; Continuouls Index to Periodicals ; Prof M. M. Campbell's Pub- 
lications on the Improvement of the English Alphabet, 5 pamphlets ; 
Knudsen's Spelling Reform Publications, 3; Gibson's Bibliography of 
Short-hand; Sampson's History of Advertising ; Bates's Advertiser's Handy 
Guide; Bates's Advertiser's Guide Book, 1888; Alden's American Newspa- 
per Catalogue, 1886; Rowell's American Newspaper Directories, 7 vols.; 
Ayer's Newspaper Annual, 1886, 1887. 

Religion, Temperance, Mormonism. — Walsh's Echoes of Bible His- 
tory; Reports of American Sunday School Union; The Policy of the M. E. 
Church, 1842; Kerr's People's History of Presbyterianism; Pingree and 
Rice's Debate on the Doctrine of Universal Salvation ; Bradlee's Sermons 
for All Sects ; Mayo's Graces and Powers of the Christian Life ; History 
of the American Missionary Association; Adams's Bohemian Work in 
Chicago; The West Church, Boston, Commemorative Services, 1887; 
Cooke's History of the Clapboard Trees Parish, Dedham, Mass.; Kidder's 
Mormons, 1852; Gunnison's Mormons or Latter Day Saints; Hyde's Mor- 
monism, Its Leaders and Designs; Annual Report Kansas Y. M. C. A., 
1888; Historical Sketch of the First Presbyterian Church of Lawrence, 
Kansas, 1888; Kansas Baptist Annual, 1886; Clubb's Maine Liquor Law 
and Life of Neal Dow; Proceedings of the United Grand Commandery 
Knights Templar, 1886; Armstrong's Temperance Reformation. 

United States Public Documents. — Congressional Documents, 172 
vols.; Presidents' Messages and Documents, 1878-1882, 13 vols.; Reports 
of the Secretary of U. S. Treasury; Annual Report U. S. Commissioner of 
Pensions, 1888; Report of the U. S. Commissioner of Patents, 1884; Statis- 
tics of the United States Domestic Commerce of 1863; Nimmo's Internal 



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Commerce of the United States; Nimmo's Commerce and Navigation; Re- 
ports, Commerce and Navigation of the United States, 6 vols. ; Commercial 
Relations of the United States, 1862; Index to U. S. Consular Reports; 
Statistics and Preliminary Reports of the U. S. Census, 1860; Reports of 
the Director of U. S. Mint, 7 vols. ; Proceedings of National Prison Reform 
Congress ; Proceedings of the U. S. Conference of Charities and Corrections ; 
Report of the U. S. Commissioner of Labor, 1887; Proceedings of the 
National Convention of Bureaus of Statistics and Labor, 4 vols. ; Bul- 
letins of U. S. Fish Commissioner, 1881-4; Bulletins of U. S. Commis- 
sioner of Fisheries, vols. 2, 3 and 4; Annual Report of the U. S. Com- 
missioner of Fish and Fisheries ; Goode's Fisheries and Fish Industries of 
the United States ; Bulletins and Proceedings of the U. S. National Museum, 
11 vols.; Report of U. S. Chief Signal Officer, 1887; Report of the U. S. 
Chief Signal Office ; Reports of the Chief Signal Officer of the United States, 
4 vols.; Annual Reports of the U. S. Light House Board, 1886 and 1887, 
2 vols. ; U. S. Life-Saving Service Report ; Annual Reports and Maps of 
the U. S. Coast Survey, 5 vols. ; U. S. Official Postal Guide ; Annual Report 
of the U. S. Superintendent of Public Documents. 

State Documents. — Reports of Illinois Railroad and Warehouse Com- 
missioners; Reports of Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and New York 
Railroad Commissioners ; Reports of Iowa State Veterinary Surgeon ; Reports 
Iowa State Library, 9 vols.; Census of the State of New York, 1875; Year 
Book of Charleston, South Carolina, 1887; Report of the Massachusetts 
Board of Lunacy and Charity, 1887; Reports of Ohio Meteorological Bu- 
reau; Bulletins Nebraska and Missouri Weather Service; Annual Reports 
of the Governors of Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Washington, and Wyo- 
ming Territories; Publications of Montana Territory, 16 vols.; Reports of 
the Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan and Wisconsin State Boards of Health ; 
Reports of the New Jersey and New York Bureaus of Statistics of Labor ; 
Michigan Registration of Vital Statistics, 1872; Ohio State Statistical Re- 
port ; Reports of Indiana Department of Statistics. 

Politics, Political Economy. — Journal of Debates in the Massachu- 
setts Convention, 1820-21 ; Discussions on the Massachusetts Constitution 
of 1853; Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States; Stanwood's 
History of Presidential Elections; Bartlett's Presidential Candidates, 1860; 
Henry's Messages of President Buchanan; Benton's Thirty Years' View; 
Works of William H. Seward, 5 vols.; Mill's Essay on Liberty ; McPher- 
son's Hand-Book of Politics, 1868, 1872, 1880, 1888 ; Proceedings in the 
Cases of the Impeachment of Kansas State Officers, 1862 ; Trumbull's 
American Lesson of the Free Trade Struggle in England ; Lieb's Protec- 
tive Tariff; Peffer's Tariff Manual; Oglesby's Usury; Prohibition Party 
Campaign Documents, 1886, 1888; The Knight's Book, the Principles and 
Aims of the Knights of Labor; Gunton's Wealth and Progress ; Kellogg's 
Labor and Capital; Smith's Hard Times, Suggestions to Workers and Hints 



22 State Histobical Society. 

to the Rich ; Jacobson's Hints Toward Settling the Labor Troubles ; Fore- 
man's Big Wages and How to Earn Them; Gilraore's Republican Cam- 
paign Songs, 1888 ; Colton's Labor Songs ; Ingalls' Social Wealth ; Norcross' 
History of Democracy ; Lumry's National Suicide and Its Prevention ; 
Parsons' Rights of a Citizen of the United States ; Quarantine Laws of 
the United States ; Eudicott's Immigration Laws of the United States, 
State and National; Cullin's China in America; Dillon's Oddities of Colo- 
nial Legislation; Chapman's Right and Wrong in Massachusetts; Hale's 
How They Lived in Hampton ; Woman Suffrage in Kansas ; Reynolds's His- 
tory of the Grand Lodge of Illinois ; Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of 
Kansas, 1870-1875; Proceedings of the M. W. Grand Lodge of Kansas, 
1886-8; Proceedings of the Grand Commandery of Kansas, 1868-1885; 
Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Kansas, 1866-1874. 

Slavery. — Elliot's Bible and Slavery; Clarkson's Essay on Slavery; 
Alcot's African Colonization ; Channing's West India Emancipation ; The 
Boston Slave Riot and Trial of Anthony Burns ; The Abolitionist, 1833 ; 
Stearns's Notes on Uncle Tom's Cabin; Jones's Negro Myths from the 
Georgia Coast; Cable's The Negro Question. 

Finance. — Financial History of the United States from 1774 to 1885, 
3 vols.; Knox's History of the Issues of United States Paper Money ; 
Baker's, The Subject of Money ; Report of the Silver Commission of the 
United States, 1876; Dye's Coin Encyclopedia. 

Military and Naval. — Scott's General Regulations for the U. S. Army, 
1821; U. S. Army Regulations, 1881; Hamersly's Army and Navy Regis- 
ter, 1776-1887; Hamersly's Army Register, U. S., for one hundred years, 
1779-1879; Official Army Registers of the United States, 1887, 1888; 
Scribner's Navy in the Civil War, 3 vols.; Reports Chief of Engineers, 
U. S. Army ; Report of the Chief of Ordnance, U. S. A., 1886 ; Report of 
the Secretary of U. S. Navy, 2 vols., 1885 and 1886; Congressional Report 
on Ordnance and War Ships ; War Series, Information from Abroad ; Naval 
Resources, Information 'from Abroad; Chadwick's Training of Seamen in 
England and France; Soley's Foreign Systems of Naval Education; Iowa 
Adjutant General's Report, 8 vols.; Report of the Adjutant General of 
Pennsylvania, 1866. 

Education.— Kiddle & Schem's Cyclopaedia of Education; Painter's 
History of Education ; Low & Pulling's History of English Education 
Rosenkranz's Philosophy of Education; Preyer's The Mind of the Child 
Froebel's Education of Man ; Lancaster Improvements in Education, 1807 
Baldwin's Elementary Psychology and Education; White's European 
Schools of History and Politics ; Laurie's Rise and Early Constitution of 
Universities ; Adams's Study of History in American Colleges and Univer- 
sities; Record of the Commemoration of the 250th Anniversary of Harvard 
University ; Bowditch's History of Yale University ; Hough's Historical 
and Statistical Sketch of the University of the. State of New York ; Alex- 



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ander's Biographical Sketches of the Founders and Alumni of Log College, 
Pa. ; Smith's History of Jefferson College, Penn. ; Historical Sketch of the 
Boston Latin School; Foster's Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the 
University of Oxford, England, from 1715 to 1886; Schoenhof's Technical 
Education in Europe; Catalogs of the Chicago Manual Training School; 
Publications of the American Industrial Education Association ; Love's 
Industrial Education; Workman's Element's of Geography, 1814; Geike's 
Teaching of Geography; Hinman's Eclectic Physical Geography; Morri- 
son's Ventilation and Warming of School Buildings; Fish's Guide to the 
Conduct of Meetings ; Jenkins's Short-hand Instructor and Dictator ; Re- 
ports of the U. S. Commissioner of Education, 1870, 1883-4, 1885-6; Pro- 
ceedings of the Trustees of the Peabody Education Funds, vol. 8, 1881- 
1887; Report, Chicago Schools, 1887; Thirteen Reports Illinois Industrial 
University ; Reports of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of Michi- 
gan, 10 vols. 

Science. — Silliman's American Journal of Science and Arts, 36 numbers ; 
The American Journal of Science, 1818; Woodward's Modern Philosophical 
Conceptions of Life; Good's Book of Nature; Annual Report Smithsonian 
Institution, 1849, 1884, 1885; Miscellaneous Publications of same, 9 vols.; 
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vols. 28 to 33 ; Smithsonian Contribu- 
tions to Knowledge, 6 vols. ; Reports of the American Philosophical Society ; 
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1887; Proceedings of the 
American Philosophical Society, vol. 25, 1888 ; Proceedings of the Philadel- 
phia Academy of Natural Sciences, 1888 ; Bulletins of the Washington Philo- 
sophical Society ; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science ; Journal of 
the Cincinnati Society of Natural History ; Proceedings of the Cincinnati So- 
ciety of Natural History, 1887; Essex Institute Bulletins, 18 vols., 1869- 
1886; Annales de Society des Sciences Naturelles, La Rochelle, France, 1886 ; 
Bulletin de Society des Sciences, Lettres et Arts, De Pau, France, 1885 to 
1887, 2 vols.; Memoires de 1' Academic de Sciences et Belles Lettres, de 
Dijon, France, vol. 9, 1887; American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac, 
1888; Proctor's Half- Hours With the Stars; Atkinson's Elements of Elec- 
tric Lighting ; Blodget's Climatology of the United States ; Dawson's Geo- 
logical History of Plants; Kellerman's Analytical Flora of Kansas, 1888;: 
Hall's Catalogue of the Unionidie of the Mississippi Valley; Keep's West 
Coast Shells ; Allen's History of the American Bison ; Patton's Natural 
Resources of the United States; Mineral Resources of the United States, 
1867; Raymond's Mineral Resources West of the Rocky Mountains, 1877; 
Report of the Director of the U. S. Mint on Precious Metals, 1884; Annual 
Reports of the California State Mineralogist, 1885, '86, and '87; Reports of 
the Colorado State School of Mines, 1885-1887; De la Beche's Geological 
Manual; Hull's Geological History; Reports of U. S. Geological Survey; 
Emmons's Geology and Mining Industry of Leadville, Colo. ; Emmons's 
Atlas of the Geology of Leadville; Worthen's Illinois Geological Report, 



24 State Histobical Society. 

1875; Lyon, Cox and Lesquereux's Kentucky Geological Keport, 1851; 
Owen's Kentucky Geological Report, 1858-9; Jackson's Maine Geological 
Report, 1837, 5 vols. ; Jackson's Maine Geological Report, 1839 ; Broad- 
head, Meek & Shumard's Geological Report of Missouri, 1855-1871 ; Pum- 
pelly's Missouri Geological Report, 1872; Shumard & Swallow's New 
Fossils from Missouri and Kansas ; Swallow's Geology of the Southwest 
Branch of the Missouri Pacific Railroad ; Leidy's Ancient Fauna of Ne- 
braska, 1853; Geological History of Lake Lahontan, Nevada; Ohio Geo- 
logical Reports, 6 vols., and maps ; Rogers's Pennsylvania Geological 
Report, vols. 1 and 2, 1858; White's Pennsylvania Geological Report, 1878; 
Lesquereux's Atlas to the Coal Flora of Pennsylvania, 1879; Lesquereux's 
Text to accompany the same, 1880; Buckley's Reports of the Geological 
and Agricultural Survey of Texas, 1874, 1876; Dutton's Tertiary History 
of the Gran^ Canon District, with atlas; Hager's Vermont Geological 
Reports, 1861; Whitfield's Paleontology of the Black Hills; Jenney's 
Mineral Wealth, etc., of the Black Hills, 1876; Billing's Canada Geolog- 
ical Report, 1861-5 ; Browne's Boston and New England Medical Register, 
4 vols. ; Stimson's History of Express Companies and Railroads ; Wood's 
Practical Treatise on Railroads, 1832; Poor's Directory of Railroads, 1886. 

Archaeology and Ethnology. — Reports of the Peabody Museum of 
American Archaeology and Ethnology ; Baldwin's Ancient America ; Read's 
Archaeology of Ohio; Grififing's Archaeological Chart of Manhattan and 
Vicinity; Biichner's Man in the Past, Present and Future; Thurston's 
Mound Builders; Report of the U. S. Bureau of Ethnology, 1881-1882; 
Cushing's Zuni Bread StuflT. 

Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry. — Reports of Statistician 
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, 14 vols.; Botanical Division U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, Bulletin Nos. 2, 3, 5 and 6 ; U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, 2d Report Bureau of Animal Industry, 1885; Annual Re- 
port U. S. Commissioner of Agriculture, 1887; Division of Entomology, 
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bulletin No. 19 ; Division of Entomology, 
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Periodical Bulletins, vol. 1, Nos. 1, 2 and 
3; Chemical Division, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bulletins Nos. 2, 
3, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18; Ohio State Forestry Review, 1886; Con- 
sular Reports on the Forestry of Europe ; U. S. Agricultural Department's 
Report of Forestry Conditions of the Rocky Mountains ; Proceedings of the 
Annual Conventions of American Florists, 1886-7; Alkali Lands, Irrigation 
and Drainage in California; Report of the Alabama Commissioner of Agri- 
culture, 1888; Transactions of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, 
1887; Report of the Michigan State Pomological Society, 1878; Transac- 
tions of the Michigan State Agricultural Society, 14 years; Bulletins 
34-38, Michigan Agricultural Farm Department; Reports of the Michigan 
State Board of Agriculture for 11 years; Proceedings of the Mississippi 
Horticultural Society, 1883; Twelve Bulletins of the Missouri State Agri- 



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cultural College; Ohio Agricultural Reports, 12 vols.; Report of the Com- 
missioner of Agriculture of South Carolina, 1886; Tennessee Agricultural 
and Geological Map, 1888; Memoires Publier Par La Soci^te Rationale 
d' Agriculture de France, 1888; Beal's Grasses of North America; Brisbin's 
Beef Bonanza, or Plow to Get Rich on the Plains ; Brisbin's Trees and Tree 
Planting ; Food and Food Adulterants, Wiley, Richardson and Crampton ; 
U. S. Bulletin of Sugar-Producing Plants; Bulletins of the Connecticut 
Cornell University, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, 
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Ohio, 
Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Stations. 

Literature and Miscellany. — Gov. John A. Martin's Addresses 
Delivered in Kansas ; Peffer's Geroldine ; or, What May Happen ; Mrs. 
Hudson's Esther, The Gentile; Picard's Old Boniface; Peacock's Poems of 
the Plains, and Songs of the Solitudes ; John P. Campbell's Poetical Works, 
Queen Sylvia and Other Poems, The Summerless Sea and Other Poems, 
and Merle of Medevon and other Prose Writings, 4 vols, in all; Jos. 
E. Badger's Stories and Tales of the West ; Poems of Celeste May ; Bart- 
lett's Familiar Quotations ; Hitchcock's Poetical Dictionary ; Frey's Sobri- 
quets and Nicknames; R.W.Emerson's Miscellanies; Hale's Books That 
Have Helped Me; Higginson's Hints on Writing and Speechmakiug ; 
Fiske's Mirror Annual and Directory of Theaters for 1888; William Wirt's 
Letters of the British Spy; Keim's Society in Washington ; The Columbian 
Orator; Thompson's Seasons; Coates Kinney's Lyrics; W. M. Paxton's 
Poems; Poems of Phillis Wheatley; Humphrey's Miscellaneous Works. 

History, Geography, Descriptive, Travels. — Memoires Societe His- 
torique, Litteraire, Artistique et Scientifique du Cher., vol. 3, 1887 ; Bul- 
letin de la Societe Nationale des Antiquaries de France, 1885 and 1886, 2 
vols.; Archivos do Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro, vol. 7, 1887; Pro- 
ceedings Canadian Institute, 1888; Proceedings New Hampshire Historical 
Society, 1884-8; Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 
1884-6; Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, vol. 2, sixth series; 
"Sewall's Letter-book"; Essex Institute Historical Collections, 23 vols., 
1859-1886; Proceedings Bunker Hill Monument Association, 1888; Pro- 
ceedings of the Rhode Island Historical Society, 1887-8; New York 
Historical Society Collections, 9 vols. ; Publications of the Buffalo, New 
York, Historical Society, vols. 1 and 2; Proceedings of the New Jersey 
Historical Society; Southern Historical Society, vol. 15, 1887 ; Collections 
of the Virginia Historical Society, vol. 7, 1888; Georgia Historical Col- 
lections, 2 vols., 1840-2; Publications of the Western Reserve and 
Northern Ohio Historical Society, 7 vols. ; Catalogue of the Minnesota His- 
torical Society; Transactions of the Nebraska State Historical Society; 
Contibutions to the Historical Society of Montana, 1876; Papers of the Cal- 
iforia Historical Society ; Rawlinson's Ancient History ; Stoke's Mediaeval 
History; Patton's Modern History; Prescott's Encyclopedia of History, 



26 State Historical Society. 

Biography and Travel; Murray's Encyclopedia of Geography; Morlitz's 
Travels in England in 1782; Atkinson's Oriental and Western Siberia; 
Margry, Memoires et Documents, Origines Francaises des Pays d'Outre- 
Mer, 1679-1754, 6 vols.; Historical Writings of Francis Parkman,7 vols.; 
Kingsford's History of Canada, 1679-1725; Bryce's Short History of 
the Canadian People ; Bryce's Old Settlers of the Red River, Canada ; 
Bryce's Holiday Rambles Between Winnipeg and Victoria; Bryce's 
Manitoba, Its Infancy, Growth and Present Condition; Sullivan and 
Blake's Mexico, Picturesque, Political and Progressive, 1888; Hamil 
ton's Mexican Handbook; Solis's History of the Conquest of Mexico 
by the Spaniards; Prescott's Conquest of Mexico, 3 vols.; Chevalier's 
Mexico, Ancient and Modern ; Ruxton's Adventures in Mexico and the Rocky 
Mountains, 1846-7; Barrister's Trip to Mexico, 1849-50; Cubas' Republic 
of Mexico in 1876; Wilson's Mexico and Its Religion; Curtis's Capitals of 
Spanish America; Squier's Nicaragua, Its People, Scenery and the Pro- 
posed Oceanic Canal, 1852, 2 vols.; Stout's Nicaragua; Account of Mi- 
randa's Expedition; Pumpelly's Across America and Asia and Around the 
World; Jenkins's Exploring Expeditions of Wilkes d'Urville, Ross and 
Lynch; Nourse's American Explorations in the Ice Zone; International 
Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska, during the years 1881-1883, by 
Lieut. P. H. Ray; Schley's Greely Relief Expedition, 1884; Joel Barlow's 
Vision of Columbus ; Bancroft's History of the United States, vols. 4-6 ; 
Winsor's Narrative and Critical History of the United States, 2 vols.; 
Henry's Normal History of the United States; Chevalier's Society in 
United States; Carnegie's Triumphant Democracy, or Fifty Years' March 
of the Republic; Pearse's History of Iron Manufacture in the American 
Colonies ; Mellen's Book of the United States, 1836; Colerick's Adventures 
of Pioneer Children ; Abbott's Blue Jackets of '76, Naval Battles of the 
Revolution; Conover's Journals of Sullivan's Expedition; Mrs. Grant's 
Memoirs of an American Lady; Baxter's British Invasion from the North, 
Campaigns of Carleton and Burgoyne, with Digby's Journal; Brown's 
Views of the Campaigns of the Northwestern Army, 1815 ; Cutts's Conquest 
of California and New Mexico; Tour to Northern Mexico with Doniphan's 
Expedition, 1846 and 1847, Wislizeuus ; Melish's Travels in the United 
States in 1806-11 ; Mitchell's Traveler's Guide Through the United States, 
1833; Hodgson's Journey Through North America; Pope's Tour of the 
United States; Loskiel's Journey from Bethlehem, Penn., to Goshen, 
Ohio, in 1803; Dixon's Tour Through the United States and Canada; 
Barneby's Life and Labors in the Far West; Steele's Overland Guide, 
1888; Gleed's Overland Guide; Clemens' Life on the Mississippi; For- 
man's Narrative of a Journey Down the Ohio and Mississippi, 1789-90; 
Whymper's Travel and Adventure in the Territory of Alaska; Emory's 
Mexican Boundary Survey, 2 vols., 1857-8; Reports of the Mexican Bor- 
der Commission, 1875; McClure's Three Thousand Miles Through the 




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Rocky Mountains; Cox's Adventures on the Columbia River; Sitgreaves' 
Expedition Down the Zuni and Colorado Rivers, 1854; Stansbury's Ex- 
ploration of Utah; W. Hepworth Dixon's White Conquest; Palmer's 
Rocky Mountain Travels ; Perkins' Check List for American Local His- 
tory; Barber's History and Antiquities of New England, 1841; Stearns's 
History of Rindge, N. H, ; Goodwin's Pilgrim Republic, Colony of New 
Plymouth; Stearns's History of Ashburnham, Mass.; Bates' Records of the 
Town of Braintree, Mass. ; Celebration of the 250th Anniversary of Ded- 
ham, Mass. ; Lewis's History of Linn, Mass. ; Green's History of Spring- 
field, Mass. ; Mason's History of the Town and City of Springfield, Mass., 
1636-1886; Winchester, Massachusetts, Historical Record; Providence 
Plantations for 250 Years, 1636 to 1886 ; Atwater's History of New Haven ; 
Brooks's Story of New York; Clute's Annals of Staten Island, N. Y. ; 
Broadhead's Towns along the Mohawk River from 1630-1634; Hough's 
History of Jefferson County, New York ; Hotchkins's History of the Settle- 
ment of Western New York ; Hawes's Buflfalo Fifty Years Ago ; Evert's 
History of Monroe County, New York; Parker's Rochester, New York, a 
Historical Story; Cornell's History of Pennsylvania; Howe's Historical 
Collections of New Jersey; Shaw's History of Essex and Hudson Coun- 
ties, N. J. ; Clay's Annals of the Swedes on the Delaware ; Minutes of the 
Council of the State of Delaware, 1776-1792; McSherry's History of 
Maryland, 1634-1848; Polk's Hand-Book of North Carolina, 1879; Car- 
roll's South Carolina, 1836; Year Book of Charleston, South Carolina, 
1886; White's Historical Collections of Georgia; Meek's Romantic Pas- 
sages in Southwestern History; Duane's Account of Louisiana, 1803; 
Stiff's Texas Emigrant; Smith's Reminiscences of the Texas Republic; 
McCalla's Adventures in Texas, 1840; Parker's Expedition of Captain 
Marcy Through Texas in 1854; Parker's Notes of Marcy's Expedition 
Through Texas in 1854; Phelan's History of Tennessee; Andrews' Admis- 
sion of Kentucky, Tennessee and Ohio Into the Union ; Historical Writings 
of Orasraus H. Marshall, in Relation to the West; Hale's Trans- Alleghany 
Pioneers ; Gilmore's Advance Guard of Western Civilization ; Hall's 
Legends of the West ; The Old Northwest, Hinsdale ; Drake's Making of 
the Great West; Mitchener's Ohio Annals, Historic Events in the Tuscara- 
was and Muskingum Valleys; Graham's History of Coshocton County^ 
Ohio; Venable's Foot-Prints of the Pioneers in the Ohio Valley; Rickoff's 
Ohio, a Centennial Poem; History of Wayne County, Ohio; Norton's His- 
tory of Knox County, Ohio ; Alderman's Centennial Souvenir of Marietta, 
Ohio; Perrin's History of Stark County, Ohio; Black's Story of Ohio; 
Walker's History of Athens County, Ohio ; Graham's History of Richland 
County, Ohio; Beers's History of Clark County, Ohio ; Goodrich & Tuttle's 
Illustrated History of Indiana ; Sheahan & Upton's Great Conflagration in 
"Chicago ; Reynolds' Pioneer History of Illinois ; Blois' Gazetteer of Michi- 



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gan, 1839; History of Dane County, Wisconsin; Seymour's Sketches of 
Minnesota, with a map, 1850; Belton's Annals of St. Louis, Under the 
French and Spanish Domination; History of Vernon County, Missouri; 
History of Clay and Platte Counties, Missouri; McNamara's Three Years 
on the Kansas Border ; W. W. Sargent's Holton, the County Seat of Jack- 
son County, Kansas, 1888; Savage's Visit to Nebraska, 1842; Scidraore's 
Alaska; Priest's American Antiquities and Discoveries in the West; Buf- 
falo Bill, His Wild West Show; McClung's Sketches of Western Adven- 
ture; Mrs. Custer's Tenting on the Plains, or General Custer in Kansas 
and Texas ; Exploration for a Railroad Route from the Mississippi River 
to the Pacific Ocean, 1860; Dixon's New America; Bancroft's Pacific 
States Histories, 27 vols. ; Marryat's Mountains and Mole Hills, California ; 
Widney's California of the South; Nicolay's Oregon Territory, 1846; 
Houghton, Mififliin & Co.'s American Commonwealths, 9 vols.; Koster's 
Travels in Brazil, 1817; Kidder's Sketches of Residence and Travels in 
Brazil, 1845; Herndon's Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon, with 
atla^, 1854; King's Twenty-four Years in the Argentine Republic; Antonio 
de Ulloa's Noticias Americanos (Central and North), Madrid, 1792. 

Gazetteers, Directories, Almanacs. — Ure's Dictionary of Arts,. 
Manufactures of Mines, 2 vols. ; Morse's American Gazetteer, 1797; Cen- 
tennial Gazetteer of the United States, 1876 ; Zell's Business Directory, 1886 ; 
Ames's Almanac for 1765; Whig Almanac, N. Y., 1847-54, and Tribune 
Almanac, 1856-87, 14 years; American Almanac, 15 years, completing set 
from 1830; Brown's Western Gazetteer, 1817; Boston Municipal Register, 
1861 ; Dickman's Kansas Medical Directory, 1881 ; Elk County Directory,. 
1888; Radges's Topeka City Directory, 1888-9. 

Maps, Atlases, Charts. — Mitchell's New General Atlas ; Labberton's 
Historical Atlas and General History ; Historical Map of the United States ; 
Monthly Pilot Charts of the North Atlantic Ocean ; Map of the Great Central 
Route between the Atlantic and Mississippi, 1854 ; Maps of the Yellowstone 
Country; Andreas' Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Iowa; Rand, 
McNally & Co.'s Maps, (see list of map donations) ; Map of the Platte 
Country, Missouri, 1854 ; Meacham's Illustrated Atlas of Brown and Nemaha 
Counties, Kansas; Eleven Maps of Kansas and parts of Kansas. (See list 
of donors of maps, atlases, and charts.) 

Biography. — Morley's English Writers ; Groser's Men Worth Imitating ; 
Simmons'sMen of Mark ; Victor's Life and Events; Angell's Autobiograph- 
ical Sketches ; Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, 5 vols. ; 
American Men of Letters, 10 vols. ; Houghton, Mifl[iin & Co.'s American 
Statesmen, 18 vols.; Miller's Bench and Bar of Georgia; Lynch's Bench 
and Bar of Mississippi ; Everett's Address on Charles Francis Adams ; Life 
of P. T. Barnum; Biography of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher; Knox's Life 




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and Work of Henry Ward Beecher; Rosevelt's Life of Thomas Hart 
Benton; Hayden's Biographical Sketch of Oliver Brown; Curtis's Life 
of James Buchanan, 2 vols.; Hensel and Parker's Lives of Cleveland 
and Thurman; Life, Journals and Correspondence of Rev. Manasseh 
Cutler, 2 vols. ; DeLesseps' Recollections of Forty Years ; Life and Times 
of Frederick Douglass; Mansfield's Memoirs of Daniel Drake, and of 
the Early Settlement of Cincinnati; Biographical Sketch of Lyman C. 
Draper and M. M. Jackson ; Hayden's Gen. Roger Enos, of Arnold's 
Expedition to Canada, 1775; Life of John B. Finch; McMaster's Benjamin 
Franklin as a Man of Letters; Memoirs of John C. Fremont; Hale's 
Franklin in France, parts 1 and 2; Austin's Life of Elbridge Gerry; 
Greeley's Recollections of a Busy Life; Reminiscences of General W. S. 
Hancock ; Taylor's Memoirs of Joseph Henry ; Jackson's Life of William 
Henry Harrison ; Grigg and Elliot's Life of General William H. Harrison ; 
Wallace and Townsend's Lives of Harrison and Morton ; Dayvers's Thomas 
Jeiferson; Life of Amos A. Lawrence ; Arnold's Life of Abraham Lincoln ; 
Rice's Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln ; Wells's Lincoln and Seward ; 
Dawson's Life and Services of Gen. John A. Logan ; Rudd and Carleton's 
Life and Writings of Gen. Nathaniel Lyon; Woodward's Life of Gen. 
Nathaniel Lyon; Adams's Lives of Madison and Monroe; Magruder's 
Biography of John Marshall; Weems's Life of William Penn; Jenkins's 
President Polk and His Administration ; Reminiscences of Ben: Perley Poore ; 
Memoirs, Correspondence and Reminiscences of William Renick ; Diary of 
Thomas Robbins; Life of Emery A. Storrs; Harsha's Life of Charles 
Sumner; Byrce's Biographical Sketch of John Tanner; Life and Writings 
of Grant Thorburn ; Autobiography of Lorenzo Waugh, 4th edition ; Hall's 
Life of George Washington ; Lossing's Home of Washington ; Autobiography 
of Thurlow Weed; Memoirs of Thurlow Weed; Hayden's Weitzel Me- 
morial. 

Genealogy. — Burke's General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland 
and AVales, 1883 ; Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, 4 vols. ; New England 
Historic Genealogical Society Proceedings ; Hughes' American Ancestry ; 
Munsell's American Ancestry ; Rupp's thirty thousand names of German, 
Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania; Austin's 
Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island; Dedhara, Massachusetts, Record 
of Marriages, Births and Deaths, 1635-1845; Genealogy of the Family of 
Ralph Earle; Genealogy of the Family of George Marsh, of Hingham, 
Mass., by E. J. Marsh ; The Genealogy of John Marsh, of Salem, Mass. ; 
Genealogy of the Perrin Family ; Hayden's Pollock's Descendents. 

Indians. — Cleveland's Lost Tribes; Lake Mohonk Conference of the 
friends of the Indians, 1887; Helen Jackson's Century of Dishonor; Bar- 
row's The Indians' Side of the Indian Question ; Harrison's Studies on Indian 
Reservations; Life of John Eliot, The Apostle to the Indians; Jacobs's No- 



30 State histobical Society. 

nantum and Natick, Mass. ; Ojibway New Testament, 1844; Powell's Intro- 
duction to the Study of Indian Languages; Hayden's Silver and Copper 
Indian Medals; Compiled Laws of the Cherokee Nation, from 1839-1875; 
Blackbird's History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians; Lang and Tay- 
lor's Visit to Indians West of the Mississippi, 1843 ; Newsom's Scenes Among 
the Indians, and Custer's Last Fight; Johnston's Capture by the Indians in 
1790; Col. James Smith's Captivity with the Indians, 1755-9 ; Jewett's Cap- 
tivity among the Savages of Nootka Sound, 1815 ; Pattie's Narrative, Timothy 
Flint ; Seaver's Life of Mary Jeraison ; Foster's Sequoyah ; Mrs. Eastman's 
Dahcotah, or Life and Legends of the Sioux; Brisbin's Belden, The White 
Chief. 

Rebellion. — Greeley's American Conflict; Nicolay's Outbreak of the 
Rebellion; Moore's Rebellion Record, 12 vols.; Raymond's History of the 
Administration of President Lincoln; Compte De Paris, History of the 
Civil War in*America, 4 vols.; Campaigns of the Civil War, 13 vols.; 
Official Army Register of the volunteer force of the United States Army, 
1861-5, parts 3 and 6 ; Reports on the Conduct of the War, 1865, 3 vols. ; 
Official Records, War of the Rebellion, 7 vols.; Medical and Surgical His- 
tory of the War of the Rebellion, vol. 1, part 3; Reports of the Woman's 
Relief Corps ; Bigelow's France and the Confederate Navy, 1862-8 ; Wil- 
liams's Negro Troops in the War of the Rebellion ; Wilson's, The Black 
Phalanx ; A History of the Negro Soldiers of the IT. S. ; Higginson's Army 
Life in a Black Regiment; Pinkerton's Spy of the Rebellion; Pitman's 
Trials for Treason; Glisan's Journal of Army Life; Steele's Frontier Army 
Sketches ; Swinton's Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac ; Van Home's 
History of the Army of the Cumberland; Gen. Logan's Volunteer Soldier 
of America; Gen. McClellan's Own Story, The War for the Union; Auto- 
biography of Private Dalzell; Lee's Army Ballads and Other Poems; 
Brown's Bugle Echoes, Poetry of the Civil War, Northern, and Southern ; 
True's Maine in the War of the Union ; Schouler's Massachusetts in the 
Civil War; Laciar's Patriotism of Carbon County, Penn., During the War 
of the Rebellion; Sprenger's Camp and Field Life of the 122d Regiment 
Pennsylvania Volunteers ; Jacob's Rebel Invasion of Maryland and Penn- 
sylvania; Capt. D. J. Wright's History of the 8th Regiment Kentucky 
Volunteer Infantry; Ohio Official Roster of Soldiers; Roster of the Ohio 
Soldiers in the War of the Rebellion, 3 vols. ; Merrill's Soldier of Indiana 
in the War of the Union; Adraire's Memoranda of Company E, 65th Reg- 
iment Indiana Infatitry; List of ex-Soldiers, Sailors and Marines living in 
Iowa; Kelso's Reign of Terror in Missouri; Dunnet's Roster of Michigan 
Soldiers in Kansas ; Moser's Roster of Iowa Soldiers in Kansas ; Ellen Wil- 
liams's History of the 2d Colorado Regiment ; Stephens's Constitutional View 
of the War Between the States. 



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^H The following is a list of gifts made to the Society of books and pamphlets 
^B by individuals and institutions, including exchanges and gifts of State pub- 
^H lications for exchanges with other societies and institutions: 



Donors. 



Abbott, J. B., DeSoto 

Abbott, Willis J., Kansas City, Mo 

Academie de La Rochelle, Societe de Sciences Naturelles, La Rochelle, France. 

Academic des Belles-lettres, Sciences et Arts, La Rochelle, France 

Academie des Sciences et Belles-lettres, Dijon, France 

Adair, Rev. S. L., Osawatomie 

Adams, F. G., Topeka. 

Adams, Frank Scott, Waterville 

Adams, .John W., Topeka 

Adams, Rev. Edwin E., Chicago, 111 

Admire, J. V.. Osage City 

Admire, W. W., Topeka 

Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture, Montgomery 

Alden, Edwin, Cincinnati, O 

Alexander, W. L., Des Moines, la 

Allen, A. T., Topeka 

Allen, Hon. E. B., Topeka 

Allison, W. M., editor Visitor, Wichita 

Alrich, L. L., Cawker City 

American Bell Telephone Co., Boston, Mass 

American Congregational Association, Boston, Mass 

American Historical Association, Washington, D. C 

American Home Missionary Society, New York 

American Humane Association, ('hicago. 111 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers, New York city 

American Museum of Natural History, New York city 

American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pa 

American Protective Tariff League, New York city 

American Sunday-School Union, Philadelphia, Pa 

American Tract Society, New York city 

Ames, John G., ^Vashiugton, D. C 

Anderson, Hon. John A., Washington, D. C 

Andrews, Dr. Israel Ward, Marietta, O 

Angell, George T., Boston, Mass 

Anthony, Di R., Leavenworth 

Anthony, Gov. George T., Leavenworth 

Appleton, F. H., Boston, Mass 

Arkansas Deaf-Mute Institute, Little Rock 

Armstrong and Moyer, editors Gazette, Wyandotte 

Astor Library, New York 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Co., Boston, Mass 

Atwood, G. A., editor Republican, Manhattan 

Austin Industiial School, Knoxviile, Tenn 

Ayer,N. W. & Son, Philadelphia, Pa 

Badger, Joseph E.. Frankfort 

Baker, C. C, Topeka 

Baker, F. P., Topeka 

Baldwin, W. H., Boston, Mass 

Ball, Mrs. Bell, Topeka 

Ball, R. W., Harper 

Bancroft Bros., San Francisco, Cal 

Barnes, J. S., Sec, Phillipsburg 

Barnes, Mrs. Charles, Manhattan 

Barnes, W. H., Sec, Independence 

Barton, C. M., Worcester, Mass 

Bass, A. & Co., McPherson ♦. 

Bates, J. H., New York city 

Battel), Robbins and Miss Anna, Norfolk, Conn 

Beadle & Adams, New York city 

Beezley, J. F., Sec, (iirard 

Belfield, Henry H., Chicago, 111 

Belrose, Louis, Washington, D. C 

Bennett and Benham, editors Prohibitionist, Columbus 

Betton, Hon. Frank H., Topeka 

Bigelow, John, New York city * 

Biggers, Mrs. Kate H,, Longton 

Black, George, Olathe 

Blake, C. C, Richland 

Bonham and Palmer, editors Dispatch, Clay Center 

Boston Public Library, Boston, Mass 

Boston Public Schools, Boston, Mass 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS — Continued. 



Donors. 



Books. 



Panip 



Boudinot, W. P., Tahlequah, I. T 

Boiitwell, D. W., Topeka 

Bowes, G. W., Topeka 

Bracket!, George C, Lawrence -. 

Bradford, Hon. S. B., Topeka 

Bradford, Mrs. M. F., Atchison 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass 

Branuer, A. J., Clifton 

Brigham, Sarah M., Junction City 

British and American Archselogical Society, Rome, Italy 

Brooklyn Library, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Brown, Capt. John, jr., Put-in- Bay Island, Ohio 

Brown, Dr. Francis II., Boston, Mass 

Brown, George W., Rockford, 111 

Brown, John H., Kansas City, Kas 

Brown, Joseph M., Atlanta, Ga 

Brown, Orville C, Adams, N. Y 

Brown, Rev. Duncan, Highland 

Browne, J, C, editor Bugle, Burdett 

Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo.N. Y 

Bureau of Press Cuttings, New York city, N. Y I 

Burnett, H. C, Santa Fe, N. M 

Burton & Black, editors Times, Ness City 

Bushell, W., Camden, N.J 

Caldwell, E. F., Lawrence ■—[ 

California Historical Society, Berkeley, Cal ; 1 

California State Mining Bureau, San Francisco 3 

California University, Berkeley ; 4 

Campbell, J. B., Haddam j 

Campbell, John Preston, Abilene i 4 

Campbell, J. P., and D. A. Valentine, editors of the Times, Clay Center ] 

Campbell, M. M,, North Topeka i 

Canadian Institute, Toronto 1 

Caruthers, E. P., editor Index, Medicine Lodge 

Case, Nelson, Oswego 

Caspar, C. N., Milwaukee, Wis 

Cassell & Co., New York City 

Cavanaugh, Thomas H., Olympia, W. T 

Century Company, New York City 

Chaffee, Rev. H. W. Ottawa 

Chamberlain, A. F., Toronto, Canada 

Chambers, W. L., Stockton 

Chapman, E. L., editor Register, Great Bend 

Chapman, J. B., editor Tribune, Fort Scott 

Chicago Board of Public Works, Chicago, 111 

Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, 111 

Children's Aid Society, New York city 

Children's Hospital, Boston, Mass 

Childs, George W., Philadelphia, Pa 

Church Home for Orphan and Destitute Children, Boston, Mass 

Church Temperance Society, New York City 

Cincinnati Society of Natural History, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Clapp, Rev. A. H., D. D., New York City 

Clark, A. P., editor Republic, Washington, D. C 

Clark, Arthur, Leavenworth 

Clark, Geo. A., editor Republican, Junction City 

Clark, S. H. H,, St. Louis 

Clarke, Robert, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Clarke, S. H., Clyde, N. Y 

Clarkson, Harrison, Topeka 

Clement, G. W., Wichita 

Clough, J. F., secretary, Sabetha 

Cochrane, John C, Chicago, 111 

Collet, C. D., London, England •.. 

Collins, J. S. & Co., Topeka 

Colorado State Agricultural College, Fort Collins 

Colorado State School of Mines, Denver j ""3 

Cone, William W., Topeka 

Congregational Sunday-School Publication Society, Boston, Mass 1 

Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven I 1 

Cooke, Gen. P. St. George, Detroit, Mich 

Corbin, Caroline F., Chicago, 111 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y ■. ..."!.!."!.!.."!".......! i 1 

Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, N.Y.... ....!.!!!!!.!...."!!!! ....!..!.! 1 

Courtenay, William A., Charleston, S.C 12 

Cragin, F. W., Topeka ' I 

Crane, Geo. W., Topeka ■.*.'■ l'""i 

Crawford, Gov. Samuel J., Topeka ' 

Criswell, Ralph L , Gove City !.".'..'.".^'.'."!!."."!.'.'.".7.'...'."!!!!.'.'.",".'.'.'.J!!!!" 




Crosby, D. R., Minneapolis 

Cruce, W. P., El Dorado 

Cullin, Stewart, Philadelphia, Pa 

Cummins, C. S., Canema 

Currier, Charles, Leavenworth 

Cuthbertson, M. D., Voltaire 

Cutter, C. A., Boston, Mass 

Darling, C. W., Utica, N. Y 

Davenport Academy of Science, Davenport, Iowa 

Davie, W. 0., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Davis, Charles S., editor Tribune, Junction City 

Dedham Historical Society, Dedham, Mass 

DeGeer, Mrs. M. E., Topeka 

Delaware Historical Society, Wilmington 

DeMotte, McK., editor Independent, Enterprise 

Dennis, H. J., Topeka 

DesMoines Academy of Science, DesMoines, Iowa ..^ 

Dewey, A. T., San Francisco, Cal 

Dewey, Melvil, New York City ; 

Doane College, Crete, Neb 

Doniphan, Col. John, St. Joseph, Mo 

Dowling, Thomas, Washington, D. C 

Drummond, Frank, Topeka 

Dunnett, D. W., Howard 

Earle, Pliny, Northampton, Mass 

Easley, Ralph, editor News, Hutchinson 

Eastman, Dr. B. D., Topeka 

Eaton, Ben. A., editor Beacon, Wichita 

Egle, Dr. W. H., Harrisburg, Pa 

Eldridge, J. L., Topeka 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan 

Essex Institute, Salem, Mass 

Fairchild, George T., Manhattan 

Farmers Loan Company, Winfield 

Field, Millard L., Osawatomie 

Filson, T. A., and F. M., editors Times, Concordia 

Findlay, George W., Topeka 

Fish, H. S., editor Chieftain, LaCrosse 

Fisk, Clinton B., New York city 

Fiske, Daniel, Minneapolis, Minn 

Foley, J. M., Chicago, 111 

Foo'te, A. E., Philadelphia, Pa 

Forde, E. M., Emporia 

Foster, Joseph, London, Eng 

Frenow, B. E., Washington, D. C 

Frost, Harry W., editor Lance, Topeka 

Fuller, Mrs. Mary, Washington, D. C 

FuOk, John J., Sec, Peabody 

Funston, Hon. E. H., Washington, D. C 

Gallagher, F. W., Sec, St. Marys 

Galloway, John M., Topeka 

Gast, Hallie A., Fremont, Ohio 

Gazette Company, St. Joseph, Mo 

Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Ga 

Gerard, Charles B., Anderson, Ind 

Gile, W. S., Venango •• 

Gillman, H. A., Supt. State Hospital for the Insane, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.. 

Gilmore, John S., Fredonia 

Girls' Higher School, Chicago, 111 

Globe-Democrat Co., St. Louis, Mo 

Goepel, Frank, Sec, Cawker City 

Gooduow, Rev. I. T., Manhattan 

Graham, I. D., Manhattan 

Grand Chapter, Kansas 

Grand Commandery, Kansas 

Green, Dr. Samuel A., Boston, Mass 

Green, Samuel S., Worcester, Mass 

Greer, Ed. P., editor Courier, Winfield 

Gritiin, Albert, New York city 

Griswold, W. M., Washington, D. C 

Guild, E. B., Topeka 

Hadley, T.J., Olathe 

Haffa, S. A., editor Nugget, Dorrance 

Hamilton, Hon. James W., Topeka 

Hampton, E. S., Detroit, Mich 

Hard, N. J., Topeka 

Harding, W. J., Hillsboro 

Harper, Rev. Joel, Wichita 

Harrington, Grant W., Lawrence 



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Donors. 



Pamp 



Hart, Rev. O. E. Minneapolis 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass 

Haskell, W. H., Atchison 

Hayden, Rev. Horace Edwin, Wilkesbarre, Pa 

Heatley.T. W. Wyandotte 

Heely, P. J., San Francisco 

Hein, O. L., Leavenworth 

Hendy, Rev. J, F., Emporia 

Herald Company, St. Joseph, Mo 

Higgins, L. L., Topeka 

Higginson, Thomas W., Cambridge, Mass 

Hile, J. W., Valley Falls 

Hill, Dr. G. H., Independence, la 

Hill, William L., St. Louis, Mo 

Hinckley, Howard V., Topeka 

Hinton, R. J., New York city 

Hirons,C.C., Topeka..... 

Historical and Philosopliical Society of Ohio, Cincinnati., 
Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles.. 

Hodgdon, D. P., editor Prohibitionist, Lyons 

Hoffman, Rev. R. A., Downs 

Holliday, C. K., Topeka 

Holman, Rev. C, North Topeka 

Holt, L. H. & Co., Topeka 

Horton, Hon. A. H.. Topeka 

Howe,E. W., editor Globe, Atchison 

Howland, Joseph A., Worcester, Mass 

Hudson, J. K., Topeka 

Hudson, Mrs. M. W., Topeka 

Hulbert, E. W., Sec, Fort Scott 

Huling, Alden S., Topeka 

Humphrey, Mrs. Mary A., Junction City 

Hutchins, B. S., editor Leader, Kingman 

Hiff, J. M., Mound City.. 

Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station 

Illinois Industrial University, Champaign, 111 

Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, Pa 

Indiana Department of Statistics, Indianapolis 

Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis 

Indiana State Board of Health, Indianapolis 

Indianapolis Public Library, Indianapolis, Ind 

Industrial Education Association, New York City 

Industrial League, Philadelphia, Pa 

Ingalls, Hon, John J., Washington, D. C 

Iowa, Adjutant General of 

Iowa State Agricultural College, Ames, Iowa 

Iowa State Board of Health, DesMoines 

Iowa State Historical Society, Iowa City 

Iowa State Library, DesMoines, Iowa 

Iowa State Veterinary Department 

Jackson, H. M., Atchison 

Jenkins, W. L., Boston, Mass 

Jerome. F. E., Russell 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 

Johns, Mrs. Laura M., Salin 

Johnston, John C, Secretary, Newton 

Journal Company, Kansas City, Mo 

Kansas Academy of Science, Topeka 

Kansas Board of Railroad Commissioners, Topeka 

Kansas State Teachers' Association 

Kaufman, A C, Charleston, S. C 

Kellam, T, J., Topeka 

Kellerman, W. A., Manhattan 

Kelly, H, B, editor Freeman, McPherson 

Kenea & Lane, editors Journal, LaCygne 

Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station 

Kessler, D., Willis 

Kilmer, Fred. B , New Brunswick, N. J 

Knanp, F. A., Topeka 

Knapp, George W., Kendall 

Knight Brothers, New York City 

Knox, Rev. J. D., Topeka 

Knox, Rev. M. V. B., Littleton, N. H 

Knox, W. C. & Co.. Topeka 

Knudsen, C. W., Norwalk, Conn 

Kost, Dr. J., Tallahasse, Fla 

Ladd, Rev. H. O., Santa Fe, N. M 

Lamb, C. J., editor Independent, Kirwin 

Lane, Ed. C, LaCygne 




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Langford & Stoke, editors Graphic, Great Bend. 

Lathy, W. E., Newton 

Latimer, J. W., secretary, Pleasanton 

Lawhead, Hon. J. H., Topeka 

Lawrence, C. H., secretary, Hiawatha , 

Lawrence, Mrs. Sarah E., Brookline, Mass , 

Layton, William E., Newark, N. J 

Leahy, D. D., Kiowa 

Leavenworth, Mrs. J. C, Havertord College, Pa 

Lee, Ed. G., editor Democrat, Frisco 

Lee, John L, editor Clipper, Ashland 

Leicester, Massachusetts, Public Library 

Leslie, Gov. Preston H., Helena, Montana 

Library Bureau, Boston, Massachusetts 

Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa , 

Linn, John Blair, Bellefonte, Pa 

Lippincott, Dr. J. A., Ijawrence.. , 

Livingston County, New York, Historical Society, Danville, N. Y 

Lockley, Fred., editor Traveler, Arkansas City 

Logan, Rev. N. Rogers, Oskaloosa 

Long Island Historical Society, Brooklyn, N. Y , 

Loue, Adolph, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Louisiana State Board of Health, New Orleans 

Lovett, J. T., Little Silver, N. J 

Ley, William E., San Francisco, Cal 

Lykins, W. H. R., Kansas City, Mo 

Lyons, J. A., DesMoines, Iowa 

MacLennan, Frank P., editor Journal, Topeka ..., 

McAllaster, O. W., Lawrence 

McBride, Rev. R. E., Washington, Kas 

McCarthy, Hon. Timothy, Topeka 

McChesney, .John W,, Red Wing, Minn 

McConnell, W. K., Sec, Greenleaf 

McCrary, George AV., Kansas City, Mo 

McDowell, S. O., Topeka 

McGill, G. M., editor Jackson ian, Cimarron 

McGregor, R. P., Baxter Springs 

McHarg, Rev. , Blue Rapids 

Mcllravy, E. L , Lawrence 

Mclntire, T., editor Democrat, Arkansas City 

McVicar, Dr. P., Topeka 

Maimonides Library, New York city 

Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono, Me 

Manchester, Rev. Alfred, Providence, R. I 

Marsh, E. J., Leominster, Mass 

Marshall, Mary, Beloit 

Marston, C. W., Cedar Junction 

Martin, (leorge W., editor of the Union, Junction City 

Martin, Gov. John A., Topeka 

May, Mrs. Celeste, Nelson, Neb 

Massachusetts Board of Lunacy and Charity, Boston 

Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor 

Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston 

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston 

Massachusetts School for Feeble-Minded, Boston 

Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, Boston 

Massachusetts State Agricultural Experiment Station, Amherst.... 

Mead, J. R., Wichita 

Meade and Dunham, editors Republican, McPherson 

Merrill, Miss Catherine, Indianapolis, Ind 

Michigan Agricultural College, Agricultural College P. O 

Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural College P. O. 

Michigan Agricultural Farm Department, Constantine 

Michigan State Agricultural Society, Lansing 

Michigan State Board of Health, Lansing 

Mickey Bros. & Co., Stockton 

Midland College, Atchison 

Milford, M. E., Vinita, L T : 

Miller, J. H., Holton 

Miller, Sol., Troy 

Milliken, Robert, Emporia 

Mills, T. B., Las Vegas, N. M 

Miner, E. N and L. A., New York city 

Minnesota Agricultural College, St. Paul 

Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, St. Anthony Park 

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul 

Mississippi Press Association, Vicksburg 

Mississippi State Agricultural College, Jackson 



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Donors. 



Pamp 



Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbia.. 

Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, Rolia 

Missouri State Agricultural College, Columbia 

Missouri Weather Service, Director of, St. Louis 

Mitchell, Joshua, Sec, Seneca 

Mohler, Martin, Topeka 

Montana Historical Society, Helena 

Montana Territorial Library, Helena 

Moon, E. G., Topeka. 



Moonlight, Gov. Thomas, Cheyenne. Wyoming 
;. R 



Moore, Robert R., Topeka. 

Moriarty, F. A., Sec, Council Grove 

Moser, O. A., Emporia 

Motter, John L., St. Joseph, Mo 

Mudge, Mrs. B. F., Manhattan 

Mulvane, Kansas Building and Loan Association, Mulvane 

Munu & Co., New York city 

Murdock, T. B., editor Republican, El Dorado 

Murdock, M. M., editor Eagle, Wichita 

National Museum of Brazil, Kio Janeiro ....• 

National Young Woman's Christian Association, Chicago, HI. 

Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln 

Nebraska Weather Service, Director of, Crete, Neb 

New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass 

New England Methodist Historical Society, Boston, Mass 

New England Society, New York city 

New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, Hanover. 

New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord 

New Jersey Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Trenton 

New Jersey Historical Society, Newark 

New York Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Albany 

New York Institution for Deaf Mutes, New York city 

New York Life Insurance Co., New York city 

New York State Library, Albany 

Newberry, Horace J., Topeka 

Newberry Library, Chicago 

Newlon, Dr. W. S., Oswego 

Nichols, C. D., Sec, Columbus 

North, F. W., Wichita •. 

North Caroliua Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh 

North Carolina Board of Agriculture, Raleigh 

Norton, A. B,, Dallas, Tex 

Norton, C. A., Beloit 

Ohio, Adjutant General of, Columbus 

Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbus 

Ohio Meteorological Bureau, Columbus 

Ohio, Secretary of State, Columbus 

Ohio State School of Agriculture, Columbus 

Olney, Mrs. Emeline A., Madison, Wis 

Omaha Public Library, Omaha, Neb. 



Oregon State Agricultural College, Corvallis. 

Osgoodby, W. W., Rochester, N. Y 

Owen, Col. Richard, New Harmony, Ind 

Ozias. J. W., Ottawa 



Parmalee, G. F., Topeka 

Paxton, W. M., Platte City, Mo 

Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Cambridge, Mass- 
Peacock, T. B., Topeka 

Peck, Miss Ada H., Topeka 

Pecker, J. E., Concord, N. H 

Peffer, W. A., Topeka , 

Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station, Siate College, Pa 

Pennsylvania Board of Agriculture, Harrisburg 

Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art,,Philadelphia 

Pennsylvania State Penitentiary, Philadelphia 

Pennsylvania University, Philadelphia 

Ferine, A. B., Topeka 

Ferine, Mary E., Topeka 

Ferine, Miss Emma G., Topeka 

Peters, Hon. S. R., Washington, D. C 

Pettilon, W. T., editor Democrat, Dodge City 

Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa 

Phillips, Henry, jr., Philadelphia, Pa 

Phillips, William A., Salina 

Philosophical Society of Washington, D. C 

Filling, J. C, Washington, D. C 

Plumb, P. B., Washington, D. C 

Pomeroy, S. C, Washington, D. C 

Porter, W. G., Colby 




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Books. 



Powell, F. M., Glenwood, la 

Powell, Mrs. Ella, Washington , 

Pratt, W. D., Jetmore 

Prentis, Noble L., editor Republican, Newton 

Price, Viola V., Emporia 

Pritchett, C. W., Glasco, Mo 

Prohibition National Committee, New York city 

Providence Athenaeum, Providence, R. I 

Railway Age Co., Chicago, 111 

Rastall, Mrs. Fanny H., Burlingame 

Rathbone, Charles, Sec, Peabody 

Redden, A. L., El Dorado 

Redden, Dr. J. W., Topeka 

Redington, J. C. 0., Topeka 

Reid, John M., Morrill 

Republican Editors of Washington 

Reynolds, R. E., Kingman 

Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence 

Rhodes, Rev. M., Atchison 

Rice, Allen Thorndike, New York city 

Rice, Franklin B., Worcester, Mass 

Rice, Hon. James, Denver, Col 

Rice, John H. and sons, editors Monitor, Fort Scott 

Ricksecker, J. H., and W. H, Page, Sterling 

Riser, H. C, Topeka 

Roberts, F. H., editor Independent, Oskaloosa 

Roe, A. S., Worcester, Mass 

Rohrer, G. W. C, editor Gazette, Abilene > 

Rolling, H., Topeka 

Romero, M., Washington, D. C 

Root, F. A., North Topeka 

Ross, Gov. E. G., Santa Fe, N. M 

Roudebush, J, W., Topeka 

Rudisill, Rev. L. A., Topeka 

Russell, Ed., Lawrence 

Rust University, Holly Springs, Miss 

Ryan, Hon. Thomas, Washington, D. C 

Sampson, F. A., Sedalia, Mo 

San Francisco Public Library, Cal 

Sanborn, F. B., Concord, Mass 

Sargent, W. W., Holton 

Savage, James W., Omaha, Neb... 

Sawyer, Mrs. A. H., Topeka 

Seabrook, S. L., Topeka 

Searl, A. D., Leadville, Col 

Semple, Gov. Eugene, Olympia, W. T 

Schulein, S., Ft. Scott 

Shelden, Alvah, editor Times, El Dorado 

Sheltering Arms, New York city 

Shelton, Prof. E. M., Manhattan 

Shepard, R. B., Anthony 

Shiner & Codding, editors Recorder, Westmoreland 

Shinn, A. C, Ottawa 

Sikes, J. R., Loudonville, Ohio 

Simmons, Dr. N., Lawrence 

Sims, Hon. William, Topeka 

Slonecker, J. G., Topeka 

Smith, B. F., Lawrence 

Smith, George W., Topeka 

Smith, G. Y., & Co., Kansas City, Mo 

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C 

Snyder, Edwin, Sec, Oskaloosa 

Snyder, J. H., San Diego, Cal 

Spengler, John, Kansas City, Mo 

Societe des Sciences, Lettres et Arts, De Pau, France 

Societe Historique, Litteraire, Artistique, et Scientifique, du Cher, Bourges.. 

Societe Nationale d' Agriculture de France, Paris 

Societe Nationale des Antiquaries de France, Paris 

Sone, F.D., Philadelphia, Pa 

South Carolina Department of Agriculture, Columbia 

South End Industrial School, Roxbury, Mass 

Southwick, Henry L., Boston, Mass 

Spangler, William W., Indianapolis, Ind 

Spelman's Seminary and Normal School, Atlanta, Ga 

Stacy, A. G., Topeka 

Stamp, Miss M. J., Topeka 

Stearns, J. N., New York city 

Stearns, Mrs. Mary E., Medford, Mass 

Stebbins, L. A., Lawrence 



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Donors. 



Stevens, Thomas, Hiawatha 

Stevens, Gov. E. A., Boise City, Idaho 

Stewart, William J,, Boston, Mass 

SwalT, D. M., Lancaster, Pa 

Swarthout, R. B., editor Journal, Caldwell •■ 

Swezey, G. D., Crete, Neb 

Taylor, A. R., Emporia 

Taylor, Hawkins, Washington, D. C 

Tennessee State Board of Health, Nashville 

Thacher, T. D., Topeka 

Thayer, Albert F., Maple Hill 

Thayer. Eli, Worcester, Mass 

Thomann, G., New York city 

Thomas, Chester, jr., Sec, Topeka 

Thomas, Don Lloyd, New York city 

Thompson, Dr. A. H., Topeka 

Thompson, Tom E., Howard 

Thurston, G. P., Nashville, Tenn 

Tilley, R. H., Newport, R. I - 

Times Company, Kansas City, Mo 

Trimble, John, Lansing, Mich 

Underwood, B. F., Chicago, 111 

U. S. Army Adjutant General, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Army Surgeon General, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Attorney General, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Bureau of Navigation, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Bureau of Statistics, Treasury Department, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Chief of Engineers, U. S. A., Washington, D. C 

U. S. Chief of Ordnance, U. S. A., Washington, D. C 

U. S. Commissioner of Agriculture, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Commissioner of Education, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Commissioner of Labor, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Commissioner of Pensions, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Fish Commissioner, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Geological Survey, Director of, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Hydrographic Office, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Inter-State Commerce Commission, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Life-Saving Service, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Lighthouse Board, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Mint, Director of, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Nautical Almanac, Supt. of, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md 

U. S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Secretary of State, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Secretary of the Interior, Washington, D. C , 

U. S. Secretary of the Navy, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Secretary of the Treasury, Washington, D. C 

"U. S. Secretary of War, Washington, D. C 

TJ. S. Signal Office, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Signal Service, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Signal Station, Observer of, Leavenworth 

Unknown 

Utley, H. M., Detroit, Mich 

Vail, Bishop T. H., Topeka 

Valentine, Hon. D. M., Topeka 

Van Hoesen, I. N., Sec, Lawrence 

Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington 

Virginia Department of Agriculture, Richmond 

Virginia Granger, editor of, Portsmouth, Va 

Virginia Historical Society, Richmond 

Votaw, Daniel, Independence 

Wait, Mrs. Anna C, editor Beacon, Lincoln 

Wakefield, W. H. T., editor Anti-Monopolist, Enterprise 

Walker, T. H., Adams, Ind 

Wallace, H. B., Sec, Salina 

Waller, W. F., editor Republican, Council Grove 

Ward, Henry A., Rochester, N. Y 

Ward, Mrs. Jennie M., Ottawa 

Ward, Rev. M. L., Ottawa 

Washington, B. T., Tuskegee, Ala 

Wasser & Flint, editors Press, Girard 

Waugh, Rev. Lorenzo, Petaluma, Cal 

Webb, W. D., Atchison 

Weber, G. A., St. Louis 

Weeks, Stephen B., Chapel Hill, N. C 

Welshu Herbert, Philadelphia, Pa 

Welsh, L. A., Leavenworth 

Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society, Cleveland, 0.. 



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Donors. 



Books. 



Pamp 



Western Unitarian Association, Chicago, 111 

Wharton, Francis, Washington, D. C 

Whitman, Albery A., Topeka 

AVhittemore, L. D., Topeka 

Whittlesey, Frederick A., Rochester, N. Y 

Wilcox, P. P., Denver, Col 

Wilder, D. W., Topeka 

Wilder, K., Topeka 

Wilder, Mrs. C. F., Manhattan 

Wiley, H. W., Washington, D, C ; 

Wilson, W. J., Sec, Winfield 

Winchester Historical Genealogical Society, Winchester, Mass. 

Wisconsin Agricnltural Experiment Station, Madison 

Wisconsin Board of Health, Madison 

Wisconsin State Grange, Neenah 

Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison 

Wollstein, M., Kansas City. Mo 

Woman's Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa 

Woman's National Republican Committee, New York city 

Wood, S. N., Woodsdale 

Woodford, J. E., Sec, Burlington 

Woodward, C. L., New York city 

Wooster, L. C, Eureka 

Worcester Free Public Library, Worcester, Mass 

Worcester Society of Antiquity, Worcester, Mass 

Worrall, Harvey, Topeka 

Wright, T. J., Atchison 

Wright, W. S., Stockton 

Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Wilkesbarre 

Yale University, New Haven, Conn 

Yoe, W. T., and C, editors Tribune, Independence 

Yonge, H. A., editor Democrat, Beloit 

Young, H. W , Indejjendence 

Young Men's Christian Association, Topeka 

Yuran, Jason, Blue Rapids 

Zirkle, H. W., Burrton 



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Abbott, James B., DeSoto : Pen-and-ink sketch of an early citizen of Kan- 
sas, written by Gen. James G. Blunt; Manuscript muster-roll of the 
Sewannoe (Shawnee) Company, Co. G., mustered for the protection of 
Kansas Territory. 

Adams, H. J., Topeka: Poll-book of the election in school district number 
22, Shawnee county, Kansas, August 28, 1886. 

Alexander, Mrs. Loise L., Lawrence: Biographical sketch of Louis S. 
Leary, of Oberlin, Ohio, who was killed at Harper's Ferry, Va., October 
17, 1859, in John Brown expedition. 

Alrich, Mrs. E. B., Cawker City: Autobiographical sketch, with editorial 

. experiences of donor, dated December 22, 1887. 

Ashbaugh, Mrs. Sophia, Topeka : By-laws and minutes of M. E. Sewing 
Society of Topeka, from November 7, 1861, to March 24, 1864, (four- 
quire blank book); Constitution, by-laws and minutes of the Topeka 
Woman Suffrage Association, from November, 1867, to November, 1875, 
(three-quire blank book) ; Constitution and proceedings of the Topeka 
Busy-Bee Society, from February 19, 1877, to May 25, 1881, (three-quire 
blank book) ; the same from May 12, 1881, to July 12, 1883, (three-quire 
blank book.) 



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Bailey, L. D., Garden City : Five muster-rolls and one exemption-roll of 
Kansas Militia, 1858, for the precincts of Columbia, Russell, Eagle 
Creek, Florence and Shellrock Falls, in Madison (now Lyon) county, 
Kansas, in the 7th Brigade, commanded by Gen. John W. Whistler, the 
enrollment having been made by donor as enrolling officer under his oath 
of office, February 26, 1858, which is indorsed on the roll for Russell 
precinct. 

Baker, C. C, Topeka: Petitions presented to the Kansas Legislature, 1887, 
on the subject of Woman Suffrage; petition of 85 boys and girls of 
Galena, Kansas, for passage of laws for their protection from the manu- 
facture and sale of alcoholic beverages. 

Botkin, Theo., Attica: Statement of donor relative to a conference between 
John Brown, Augustus Wattles and James Montgomery, concerning John 
Brown's Harper's Ferry expedition. 

Bowman, Mrs. Mary M., Abilene: Autobiographical sketch with editorial 
exi3eriences of donor, dated December 1, 1887. 

Bray, Miss Olive P., Topeka: Autobiographical sketch with editorial expe- 
riences of donor, dated November 30, 1887. 

Britton, R., Oakland, Iowa: Copy of donor's poem entitled "Kansas." 

Brown, Dr. George W., Rockford, 111.: Letter of donor containing histori- 
cal reminiscences of Kansas ; Account of the founding of Emporia, Kan- 
sas, dated October 8, 1887 ; Letter of James Christian, dated Arkansas 
City, Kansas, September 29, 1887, containing an account of the recovery 
of writer's eyesight; Letter of donor relative to pamphlet entitled "The 
Man With The Branded Hand," dated April 25th, 1887, and addressed 
to Rev. Photius Fisk; Letter of George N. Hill, relating to foregoing, 
dated Boston, Mass., May 22, 1887. 

Brown, John, jr., Put-in-Bay Island, Lake Erie, Ohio; Copy of letter of 
Marshall Johnson to donor, dated Jefferson, Ashtabula county, Ohio, 
January 24, 1860, and letter of donor in reply, dated Dorset, Ashtabula 
county, January 25, 1860; having reference to the effort of the marshal 
to arrest Captain Brown for complicity in the Harper's Ferry invasion ; 
Original manuscript entitled "Phrenological Description of John Brown, 
as given by O. S. Fowler," dated New York, February 27, 1847. 

Burton, Mrs. Mary L., Jamestown : Autobiographical sketch and editorial 
experiences of donor, dated December 6, 1887. 

Casselle, Charles, Horton : Letter of donor, dated Oct. 1, 1888, giving his 
recollections of steamboating on the Kansas river, in 1855. 

Clark, Arthur, Leavenworth: Letter of Col. Philip St. George Cooke, 
dated May 19, 1855, in reply to inquiries made by Dr. Samuel F. Few 
and George Rnssell of Leavenworth, relative to the custody of certain 
persons accused of crimes or political offenses. 

Clarke, S. H., Clyde, N. Y.: Letter written by Hon. S. C. Pomeroy to 
George S. Park, .dated April 24, 1855, relative to the destruction of the 




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Parkville Luuainary, Parkville, Mo., by Pro-slavery men ; letters written 

. by S. C. Pomeroy to donor, Oct. 19, 1855, and July 30, and Dec. 7, 1859 

I relative to Kansas affairs ; certificate of membership in New York State 

' Kansas Emigration Company, share No. 848, $5, dated March, 1857. 

Cuthbertson, M. D., Voltaire: Letter written by Gen. John A. Logan, 
dated June 15, 1885, to donor, acknowledging letter of congratulation on 
the reelection of Gen. Logan to the United States Senate. 

Darling, C. W., Utica, N. Y. : Proceedings of the Oneida Historical Society, 
November 28, 1887; "Ancestry of Darling." 

Emerson, Joseph W., Zeandale: Reminiscences of donor's early Kansas ex- 
periences. 

Fisk, Rev. Photius, Boston, Mass.: Autograph of Captain John Brown, 
given donor in 1859, as the giver was about to leave Massachusetts for 
Harper's Ferry, Virginia. 

Flenniken, B. F., Clay Center: Hand-made newspaper published February 
4th, 1878, by Elias Cunningham, of Middletown, Conn., yol. 3, No. 136, 
entitled "The Young American." 

Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan : Personal reminiscences of emigration to 
Kansas in 1855, paper read at the meeting of the Kansas State His- 
torical Society, January 17, 1888; letter written to donor by George Wal- 
ter, dated New York, November 22, 1854, relative to the Kansas American 
Settlement Company, proposing the settlement at Council City, now 
Burlingame, Osage county, Kansas; letter of Hon. Eli Thayer to donor, 
dated Worcester, Mass., February 25, 1888, relative to the settlement of 
the Manhattan, Kansas, colonies in 1855, under the auspices of the New 
England Emigrant Aid Company. 

Harding, Benjamin, Wathena: Minutes of the Union League of America, 
No. 68 of Wathena, from August 14, 1863, to June 23, 1864. 

Hogbin, Mrs. Flora P., Sabetha: Autobiographical sketch with editorial 
experiences of donor, dated April 13, 1888. 

Holcombe, R. I., Monticello, Mo. : Letter of donor dated Kirksville, Mo., 
July 19, 1887, on Missouri bibliography. 

Hughes, Thomas, Mound City: Autograph letter of Gen. William H. Har- 
rison addressed to his wife, Mrs. Anna Harrison, Cincinnati, Ohio, dated 
Headquarters, Franklinton, June 12, 1813. 

Hunter, Mrs. M. J., Salina: Autobiographical sketch with editorial experi- 
ences of donor, dated November 30, 1887. 

Jeffers, D. B., McPherson, Kansas: Portion of letter envelope addressed to 
donor from Edinburgh, Scotland, lost in the mail by the sinking of the 
steamer Oregon off Fire Island, N. Y., March 14, 1886 ; recovered July 
1-4, 1886, and forwarded to donor by the postmaster of New York City, 
with explanatory note attached. 

Jones, Horace L., Salina: Letter written by T. W. Scudder, Topeka, to 
John H. Kagi, dated May 22, 1857 ; discharge of John H. Kagi from 



42 STATE HI8T0BICAL SOCIETY. 

service in Co. B, 2d Reg. Kas. Vols., invasion of 1856, signed by Capt. 
W. F. Creitz and Col. C. Whipple (Aaron Dwight Stevens), dated Octo- 
ber 1, 1856; letter of L. Clephane to John H. Kagi, written for G. 
Bailey, jr., editor of the National Era, Washington, D. C, dated January 
26, 1857, relating to Kansas correspondence. 

Kansas House of Representatives, 1887, by resolution: One hundred and 
sixty-five petitions for municipal suffrage for women, presented to the 
Kansas Legislature of 1887, by Mrs. Fanny H. Rastall, President of the 
Kansas Woman's Temperance Union, and Mrs. Laura M. Johns, Presi- 
dent of the Kansas Equal Suffrage Association. 

Knapp, George W., Clyde : Paper written by D. L. Chandler, giving an 
account of the naming of Cloud county, Kansas, dated March 13, 1885. 

Lane, V. J., Wyandotte: Copy of a manuscript letter of credit, confidence 
and good-will, written by Gov. Sam Houston, of Texas, in behalf of 
James St. Louis, a Delaware Indian chief, dated April 15, 1843. 

Lawrence, Mrs, Sarah E., Longwood, Brookline, Mass. : Ten manuscript 
books of the New England Emigrant Aid Company, 1854-1862, con- 
sisting of accounts of original shares of stock, with names of sharehold- 
ers, namely, one cash book, one journal, three ledgers, two books of 
quitclaims, and one book containing 256 type-writer copies of letters 
written by Amos A. Lawrence, while treasurer of the Emigrant Aid 
Company from 1854 to 1861 inclusive, all relating to Kansas; 12 papers 
relating to the affairs of the Kansas land trust fund, of dates from 1856 
to 1870. 

Maloy, John, Council Grove: Letter of donor, August 4, 1888, relative to 
the naming of Dorn county, now Cherokee county, Kansas. 

Marple, Ezekiel, North Topeka: "Pass" given by a pro-slavery committee 
at Chillicothe, Mo., September 10, 1856, addressed to Lieut. Col. Jeff. 
Thompson, St. Joseph, giving donor passport with wagons through Mis- 
souri to Kansas, signed, H. D. Renney, Ed. S. Darlington, N. J. Bliss. 

Martin, Gov. John A., Atchison: Letter written by Mrs. Mary Martin, 
Claflin, Barton county, July 22, 1888, to Gov. Martin, transmitting photo 
portrait, group of triplets, children of John W. and Mary Martin, 15 
months old, Loy C, Roy B. and Floy G. Martin. 

Moore, Milton R., Topeka: Day-book of the Kansas Magazine Company, 
Topeka, entries from January 1, 1872, to October 15, 1873, 143 pages; 
ledger of same, 215 pages; subscription book of same with alphabetic 
lists of subscribers to the magazine; scrap book containing editorial no- 
tices of the Kansas Magazine. (See miscellaneous list.) 

Morse, O. E., Mound City: Letter of donor, dated July 27, 1887, relating 
to the attempted rescue of Capt. John Brown from the Charlestown, Va., 
prison, by Col. James Montgomery and others. 

Northrop, H. M., Wyandotte: Certificate of donation of $1,000, made by 
Mrs. Margaret Northrop, April 15, 1867, to secure to the citizens of Kan- 



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sas a pew in the Metropolitan Memorial M. E. Church at Washington, 
D. C, with autographs of Gen. U. S. Grant, Chief Justice S. P. Chase, 
and others ; letter of donor transmitting the foregoing, dated Wyandotte, 
July 6, 1887. 

Phillips, William A., Salina: Autograph letter of John H. Kagi, addressed 
to donor, dated Tabor, Iowa, Feb. 7, 1859, relating to the last party of 
fugitive slaves escorted by John Brown from Missouri through Kansas ; 
letter of donor, dated Jan. 12, 1888, transmitting foregoing. 

Pike, J. A., Florence: Letter of donor, June 23, 1887, relative to the at- 
tempted rescue of Captain John Brown from Charlestown, Va., prison, 
by Col. James Montgomery and others. 

Pritchard, Miss L. D., Millbrook : Autobiographical sketch, with editorial 
experiences of donor, dated Dec. 11, 1887. 

Prouty, S. S., Topeka: Volume containing 117 letters written by contribu- 
tors, in 1885-6, to Hon. J. V. Admire, concerning the one-thousand-dollar 
Prouty Fund. 

Reed, Miss Adele, Westphalia: Autobiographical sketch with editorial ex- 
periences of donor, dated Dec. 6, 1887. 

Remington, J. B., Osawatomie: Copies of. original manuscripts now in the 
possession of Maj. Remington, being official and semi-official papers of 
the Confederate Government in the War of the Rebellion, and which came 
into the possession of Maj. Remington at the residence of Jefferson Davis 
at the capture of Richmond in April, 1865, 7 papers. Given to the 
Society at the solicitation of Capt. John Brown, jr. 

Salter, Mrs. S. M., Argonia: Autograph card and portrait of donor. Mayor 
of Argonia, 1887. 

Sherman, A. C, Rossville: Letter of Dr. W. R. Sherman, written to his 
daughter, Alice M. Sherman, and dated Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Nov. 6, 1856 ; 
speaks of the proposed extension of slavery and of the outrages in Kan- 
sas. 

Simpson, Mrs. W. H., Topeka: Order, dated Hartford, Conn., Dec. 2, 1776, 
directed to Chauncey Whittlesey, great-grandfather of donor, by Gov. 
Jonathan Trumbull. 

Smith, Charles W., Lawrence : The six original poll-books of the city elec- 
tion at Lawrence, April 5, 1887 — the first city election at which women 
voted in Kansas. 

Smith, George W., Toj^eka: Manuscript receipt book of Docket Clerk, Kan- 
sas House of Representatives, 1887, containing autographs of members ; 
book containing petitions of settlers of Finney, Hodgeman and Ford 
counties, Kansas, praying the Legislature of 1887 to establish a new 
county to be called Banner county; subscription book containing auto- 
graphs of members of Kansas House of Representatives, 1887, contrib- 
utors to the purchase of a gold watch for Chaplain J. A. Bright; petition 
of residents of Butler county, Kansas, praying the Legislature of 1887 



44 State Histobical Society. 

to prohibit county cammissioners from building a bridge across White- 
water river in Augusta township; petition of residents of Osage county 
to Senate of 1887 for an appropriation for an Industrial School for girls; 
pledge of members of House of Representatives of 1883 to the support 
of certain railroad legislation. 

Thayer, Eli, Worcester, Mass.: Letter of donor, dated October 13, 1887, re- 
lating to a meeeting held at Cambridge, Mass., November 17, 1856, for 
the purpose of discussing the "Kansas Question." 

Wait, Mrs. Anna C, Lincoln : Autobiographical sketch with editorial ex- 
periences of donor, dated December 6, 1887. 

Washburn, A., Topeka: Manuscript account of Revolutionary powder-horn 
given by him to the Historical Society. 

Wilcox, P. P., Denver, Colo.: Manuscript letters, March and April, 1887; 
Original letter of Rev. Pardee Butler to Hon. P. P. Wilcox of Denver, 
dated Framingham, Kansas, January 25, 1887, relating to early Kansas 
affairs. 

Wilder, D. W., Topeka : Copy of Col. John A. Martin's official report of ac- 
tions of the Third Brigade, First Division 20th Army Corps, dated Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn., September 28, 1863. 

Yates, E. N., Leavenworth: Original confederate muster-roll, captured by 
donor, while marching with Sherman's army through Georgia, in 1864. 

DONORS OF MAPS, CHARTS, AND ATLASES. 

Andrews and Payne, Salina: Copy of Phil. Q. Bond's plat of Salina, Kan- 
sas, January 16, 1887. 
Baker, F. P., Topeka : Pilot charts of the North Atlantic ocean, May, June 

and July, 1887. 
Bartholomew & Co., Topeka: Map of the city of Topeka, 1887. 
Bartlett, J. R., Washington, D. C. : Monthly pilot charts of the Northern 

Atlantic ocean for the years 1887, 1888, 24 maps. 
Bass, A. & Co., McPherson : Map of College Place addition to the city of 

McPherson. 
Bennett, J. H., Holton: Pocket map of Shawnee and Wyandotte lands in 

Kansas Territory, compiled from U. S. surveys by Robert L. Lawrence, 

March, 1857. 
Black, John C, Washington, D. C: Holman & Cowdons's statistical map 

of the United States, 1888. 
Bradlee, Rev. Dr. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Copy of Edward E. Clark's map 

of the city of Boston, 1885. 
Clark, Arthur, Leavenworth: Map of Kansas and the Pike's Peak region, 

1859. 
Clark, Robert, Cincinnati, Ohio : Atlas to accompany reports of geological 

survey of Ohio, 1873. 
Criswell, Ralph L., Gove City: Map of Gove City, Kansas, 1888. 



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Edwards, John P., Quincy, 111.: Wall maps of Douglas county, Kansas, 

11887, of Johnson county, Kansas, 1886, Wyandotte county, Kansas, 1886, 
and Jackson county, Missouri, 1887. 
Goodnow, Prof I. T., Manhattan: Map of Greenwood County, Kansas, 
showing lands of M. K. & T. Rly., 1871; Map of Wilsonton, 1888; Map 
of Pottawatomie Reserve Lands ; Map of part of Kansas Pacific Rail- 
way lands; Map of M. K. & T. Railway lands in Woodson county; 
Map of part of the land of the A. T. & S. F. Railroad Company in 
Kansas; Map of Ashland, Riley county, 1857; Map of St. George, Pot- 
tawatomie county, K. T. ; Adams & Elliott's Map of Kansas ; Map of M. 
K. & T. Railway lands in Neosho Valley ; Phillips' Map of the United 
States, Liverpool ; Map of Denver & Rio Grande Railway and connec- 
tions, Chicago, 1877; Four New York Tribune war maps, 1861 and 1862 ; 
Map of the War in Europe, 1870; Map of the Great Central Route 
between the Atlantic and the Mississippi, 1854; Map of the lands of the 
Ontario Colony, San Bernardino county, California. 

Grifling, William J., Manhattan : Archaeological chart of Manhattan and 
vicinity, 1888, made by donor, showing results of explorations and in- 
vestigations made by him and other members of the Agricultural College 
Scientific Club. 

Hale, George D., Topeka: Map of Denver, Colorado, 1888. 

Hall & O'Donald, Topeka: Chart containing roster of Kansas State, 
county, and Federal officers, May, 1888. 

Heath, D. C. & Co., Boston, Mass. : Four outline maps of the United States. 

Hord, B. M., Nashville, Tenn.: Tennessee Agricultural and Geological 
Map, 1888. 

Jerome, F. E., Wilson : Atlas containing plates to accompany the second 
volume of the Geological Survey of Wisconsin, 1876. 

Kansas Railroad Commissioners, James .Humphrey, Almerin Gillett and 
A. R. Greene, Topeka : Railroad maps of Kansas, 1886 and 1887, 20 
copies. 

Kenea, J. P. and Ed. C. Lane, LaCygne: Map showing the Congressional 
districts of Kansas, published in LaCygne Journal, March 10, 1883. 

Krarup, M. C, Ellis : Map showing the lands of W. T. Hansen, in Graham, 
Trego, Rooks and Ellis counties, Kansas. 

Kuhn, Henry, Rhoades, Kansas: Copy of E. C. Boudinot's map of the 
Indian Territory, 1879. 

Kurtz, Charles H., Newton : Map of Newton, Kas., 1887. 

Lawrence, Mrs. Sarah E., Longwood, Brookline, Mass.: Colton's map of 
Nebraska and Kansas, 1854. 

Marston, C. W., Cedar Junction: Map entitled "An Accurate Map of 
North America, Showing the British and Spanish Dominions According 
to the Treaty of Paris, of February 10, 1763." London. 

Meacham, J. H., Sabetha: Meacham's Illustrated Atlas of Brown and 
Nemaha counties, Kas., 1887. 



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Mohler, Martin, Topeka : Map of Gove City, Kansas, 1888. 

Mudge, Mrs. B. F., Manhattan : Six maps of the Yellowstone country. 

Ferine, Clara E., Topeka : Map of Wabaunsee county, Kansas, 1887. 

Radges, Samuel, Topeka: Two maps of Kansas, showing new counties as 
established by the Legislature of 1887. 

Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago, 111. : Large sectional map of southern Cali- 
fornia; indexed map of Nebraska; pocket maps of Louisiana, Utah and 
the Indian Territory, 1887 ; commercial map of the United States and 
Canada, 1887; official railroad map of United States and Canada, 1887; 
pocket maps of Minnesota, Washington Territory, Arizona Territory, 
and Dakota Territory; pocket map and shippers' guide of Kansas, 1888; 
pocket map of Colorado, 1887. 

Ricksecker, J. H., and W. H. Page, Sterling: Map of the city of Sterling, 
October, 1886; map of Rice county, Kansas, September, 1886. 

Ross, Robbins & Co., Topeka: Map of Topeka and additions, 1887. 

Secretary of the Interior, Washington, D. C: Atlas to accompany Hern- 
don & Gibbon's Report of Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon, 
1854; 60 maps of the Coast Survey, 1855. 

Sherrill, J. E., Danville, Ind.: Map of Mertilla, Kansas, containing price 
list of lots, 1887. 

Sims, William, Topeka: Map of Kansas with new counties, 1887. 

Stubbs, A. W., Santa F^, Kansas : Illustrated historical atlas of the State 
Iowa, 1875. 

Talbott, Albert G., Wyandotte: Map of Kansas City Kansas and vicinity, 
1887. 

Thacher, T. D., Topeka: Military map of Kansas, Rand, McNally & Co., 
Chicago, 1886. 

Wasser & Flint, Girard : Map of Girard, Kansas, 1886 ; Map of Crawford 
county, Kansas, 1886; Map showing line of Chicago, Jefferson City, 
Girard & Pacific Railroad through Missouri and Kansas, in Girard 
Press, May, 4, 1887. 

Watson, George W., Topeka: Map of Florence, Kansas, 1887; Map of the 
city of Topeka, 1887. 

DONORS OF PICTURES. 

Abbott, J. B., De Soto : Miniature monogram of the members of the Kan- 
sas House of Representatives, Republican and Democratic separate, 1868. 

Abbott, Mrs. James B., De Soto : Photo portrait of donor. 

Adams, F. G., Topeka: Nine of Winslow & Homer's Campaign Sketches 
of the War of the Rebellion, by L, Prang & Co.; portrait of Gen. Ben- 
jamin Harrison, Republican candidate for President, 1888. 

Adams, Mrs. Daniel M., North Topeka: Large photo portrait of Chester 
Thomas, sr., gilt frame. 

Admire, W. W., Topeka: Photo picture of the grave of Mrs. Nancy Hanks 
Lincoln, mother of Abraham Lincoln, at Boonville, Indiana. 



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Alrich, Mrs. E. B., Cawker City: Cabinet photo portrait of donor, 1887. 

Amos, J. Wayne, Salina: Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Anthony, Daniel R., Leavenworth: Lithograph picture of donor's stock 
farms at Baileyviile, Nemaha county, and Huron, Atchison county, Kan- 
sas, also of the Leavenworth Times building, and of donor's private resi- 
dence in Leavenworth city ; steel engraved portrait of donor. 

Armstrong, John, Topeka: Cabinet photo portrait of donor, 1888. 

Bailey, Zachariah, Topeka: Lithograph monogram, portraits of Miss Frances 
E. Willard, Gov. John P. St. John, Hon. Alfred Colquitt, and Gen. Neal 
Dow. 

Baker, C. C, Topeka: Photo group, caricature, of Gen. Ben Butler and 
Sand Lot Kearney ; photo view of Commonwealth office and State cap- 
itol; stereoscopic view of the Gunnison Review office, Gunnison, Colo. 

Bixby, Charles S., Osawatomie: Stereoscopic view of Osawatomie gas well, 
No. 1, 1887. 

Bradlee, Rev. Dr. C. D., Boston, Mass. : Photo portrait of donor. 

Brown, Dr. George W., Rockford, 111. : Cabinet photo portrait of Rev. Pho- 
tius Fisk, with inscription by donor; and cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Burton, Mrs. Mary L., Jamestown : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Butler, Rev. Pardee, Farmington : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Century Company, New York City, N. Y. : Portraits of Lincoln banner, be- 
longing to the Historical Society ; Photos of certificate and autograph of 
Gov. John W. Geary, with the seal of the Territory of Kansas attached 
to the pardon of Milton Kinzler, dated March 2, 1857. 

Clarke, S. H., Clyde, N. Y. : Cabinet portrait of donor, 1888 ; Photo portraits 
of Secretary Edwin M. Stanton, President Andrew Johnson, Frederick 
Douglass, William H. Seward, Anna Dickinson; of Washington and 
Lincoln, grouped; and of P. T. Barnum and Gen. Tom Thumb and Com- 
modore Nutt and their wives, grouped. 

Coon, G. L., Jewell City : Photo of Ashtabula, Ohio, railroad disaster, Decem- 
ber 29, 1876. 

Copeland, Mrs. Delila, Oberlin, Ohio : Photo portrait of John A. Copeland, 
associate of John Brown, executed at Charlestown, Virginia, December 
16, 1859. 

Drake, A. W., Century Co., N. Y. : Proofs of Kansas pictures in Century 
Magazine, illustrating the Abraham Lincoln serial, 1887, 12 engravings. 

Emerson, Joseph W., Zeandale: Photo portrait of donor. 

Everest, H. W., Wichita: Garfield University Memorial Picture, Wichita, 
Kansas. 

Farnsworth, H. W., Topeka: Cabinet photo portrait of donor, taken Feb. 1, 
1887. 

Fisk, Rev. Photius, Boston, Mass.: Ambrotype picture of Dr. John Doy 
and the members of the party who rescued him from jail at St. Joseph, 
Missouri, July 23, 1859. 



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Foley, J. M., Chicago, 111.: Monogram containing portraits of the seven 
anarchists condemned for throwing dynamite bombs, May 4, 1886. 

Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan: Two cabinet photo portraits of donor, 
taken, one in 1852, the other in 1886. 

Harding, Benjamin, Wathena: Cabinet photo of donor. 

Harris, E. P., Topeka: Cabinet photo of donor, 1886. 

Heatley, Thomas W., Wyandotte: Photo portrait of Richard Realf, the 
original from which the engraved portrait of the poet was taken for 
Lippincott's Magazine, March, 1879. 

Hogbin, Mrs. Flora P., Sabetha: Cabinet photo of donor. 

Hubbard, H. R., R. P. McGregor, A. N. Chadsey, E. H. Brown, L. D. 
Kirkman, members of the House of Representatives, 1887: Monogram 
containing photo portraits of sixty-nine ex-soldiers, members and officers 
of the Kansas House of Representatives, 1887. 

Hubbard, J. M., Middletown, Conn.: Cabinet photo portrait of donor, 
1887. 

Ingalls, John J., Atchison : Photograph of fly-leaves of John Brown's bible, 
containing inscription to John F. Blessing, Charlestown, Virginia, and 
autograph of Captain Brown. 

Jerome, F. E., Wilson : Cabinet photo portraits of donor and his daughter. 

Johnson, Col. Alexander S., Topeka: Life-size crayon portrait of donor. 

Kagy, Joseph R., Findlay, Ohio: Photo portrait of John Henry Kagi, of 
Kansas and Harper's Ferry. 

Lawrence, Mrs. Sarah E., Longwood, Brookline, Mass.: The Albion Gal- 
lery, N. Y., 1843, a volume of seven engravings, with text; "Picturesque 
Sketches in Spain," London, 1837, a volume containing 26 sketches, 
principally of Spanish architecture, by David Roberts. 

Lescher, T. H., Topeka: Portrait of donor, printed by Blue process, 1887. 

McGregor, R. P., Baxter Springs : Photograph of soldiers' monument erected 
by the U. S. Government to the memory of the officers and soldiers killed 
in the battle of Baxter Springs, Kansas, October 6, 1863, and other engage- 
ments in this vicinity, who are buried near the monument, and whose 
names are inscribed thereon. 

Martin, Gov. John A., Atchison: Photo portraits, group of triplets, children 
of John W. and Mary Martin, Claflin, Barton county, Kansas, 15 months 
old, July, 1888 — Loy C, Roy B., and Floy G. Martin. 

Martin, H. T., Topeka: Cabinet photo portrait of Louis S. Leary, associate 
of John Brown, copied from daguerrotype in possession of his daughter, 
Louise Leary Alexander, of Douglas county, Kansas; cabinet photo 
portraits of Kansas State officers and members of the Legislature of 
1887, 1888, 136 in number. 

Moifett, C. W., Montour, Iowa: Photo portrait of John H. Kagi, of early 
Kansas and Harper's Ferry. 

Montgomery, A., Topeka : Photograph of donor's drawing from Munkacsy's 



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picture of Christ Before Pilate; large crayon portrait of Senator John J. 
Ingalls, executed by donor. 

Mudge, Mrs. B. F., Manhattan; A. H. Thompson, N. S. Goss and F. G. 
Adams, Topeka; J. R. Meade, Wichita; R. J. Brown, Leavenworth, and 
J. D. Parker, Manhattan : Oil-painted portrait of Prof. B. F. Mudge, by 
Woodman. 

Newberry, Horace J., Topeka: Monogram of Senate reporters. Legislature 
of 1887. 

Peacock, Mrs. Ida E. : Large crayon portrait of Richard Realf, from the 
engraving accompanying Rossiter Johnson's sketch in Lippincott's Mag- 
azine. 

Peacock, Miss Nina, Topeka: Large crayon portrait of Thomas Brower 
Peacock, executed by donor. 

Ferine, Miss Clara E., Topeka: Cuts representing the school houses of Wa- 
baunsee county, Kansas, in Matt. Thompson's map of the county. 

Ferine, Miss Emma G., Topeka : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Reed, Miss Adele, Westphalia : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Rupe, Mrs. M. L., Clyde : Photo of log cabin in Elk township. Cloud county, 
built in 1865 and occupied by Hon. John B. Rupe and Frank Rupe. 

Salter, Mrs. S. M., Argonia: Portrait of donor, 1887. 

Stanton, Fred. P., Farm well, Va. : Marble bust of donor, executed by Ho- 
ratio Stone, of Washington, D. C. 

Stout, J. W. & Co., Topeka: Pencil sketch, design of monument to the 
memory of Gen. U. S. Grant, designed and drawn for the Kansas Grant 
Monument Association by W. H. Fernald and George M. Stone, Topeka, 
' 1887. 

Stringfellow, B. F., Toj^eka : Large photo portrait of donor ; the same, cab- 
inet size. 

Stringham, T. L., Topeka: Bird's-eye view of the western part of Topeka 
and suburbs. 

Swayze, O. K., Topeka: Programme of grand concert, Marshall's Military 
Band, Topeka, Feb. 4, 1888, containing photo portrait of J. B. Marshall, 
director. 

Thompson, Tom E., Howard : Photograph of Elkcounty court house, How- 
ard, 1887. 

Towner, W. E., Topeka: Cabinet-photo portrait of donor. 

Tracy, Robt., St. Joseph, Mo. : Cabinet photo portrait of Maj. Gen. William 
P. Richardson, of the Kansas Territorial Militia, 1855-6; cabinet photo 
portrait of Dr. John H. Stringfellow, Speaker of the first Kansas House 
of Representatives. 

Triplett, C. S., Leoti : Photo group of first officers of Wichita county, Kan- 
sas, elected February 8, 1887 ; photograph of first agricultural display in 
Wichita county, made by Dunham and Barker at Bank of Leoti City, 
1887. 



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Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., Cincinnati, O. : Engraved portraits oi" authors 
of publications of the donors; namely, of Dr. Joseph Ray, J. C. Ridpath, 
A. Schuyler, E. E. White, W. H. McGuifey, H. W. Harvey, Alfred Hol- 
brook, and W. J. Milne, eight portraits. 

Vance, W. O., New Albany, Ind. : Photographic view of school house in 
the mountains of Maryland, used by Captain John Brown as an arsenal, 
also of swivel gun and pike employed by Captain Brown in the Harper's 
Ferry invasion, October 16, 1859. 

Waugh, Rev. Lorenzo, Petaluma, Cal. : Picture of Old John Street ( N. Y.) 
M. E. Church, the first in America. 

Wheeler & Teitzel, Junction City: Monogram containing portraits of the 
115 members of the Kansas M. E. Conference, at Junction City, March, 
1887 ; photographic view of the remains of the first Territorial capitol, at 
Pawnee, near Fort Riley, as remaining 1887. 

Wilcox, P. P., Denver, Colo. : Bird's-eye view of Denver, 1887. 

DONORS OF SCRIP, COINS, AND MEDALS. 

Baker, C. C, Topeka: Three-dollar note of the Bullion Bank of Washing- 
ton, D. C, dated July, 1862. 

Banner, A. J., Clifton : Piece of North Carolina Colonial scrip, tw^o shil- 
lings six pence, 1771. 

Bolmar, C. P., North Topeka: A Democratic bronze medal of the Presi- 
dential campaign of 1840, with medallion of President Van Buren on one 
side and on the other side an eagle with shield and motto, " Independent 
Treasury, July 4, 1840." 

Brown, John, jr., Put-in-Bay Island, Ottawa county, Ohio, deposited by him- 
self and t^e other surviving children of John Brown, of Osawatomie and 
Harper's Ferry: The Golden Medal which was presented in 1874 to Mrs. 
Mary A. Brown, widow of John Brown, by Victor Hugo and others, 
members of a subscription committee in Paris, France; also the original 
letter accompanying the gift signed by the members of the committee; 
also a copy of the letter written by John Brown, jr., on behalf of his 
mother and family, addressed to the committee in acknowledgment of the 
gift. 

Cunningham, E. W., Emporia: Bond No. 25 of School District No. 1, Lyon 
county, Kansas, dated July 1st, 1863, for $100, supposed to be the first 
legal issue of Kansas school-district bonds. 

Darling, Charles W., Utica, N. Y. : A $500 note of the Bank of Monroe, 
Mich., 1835 ; autograph of John Quincy Adams. 

Harbord, J. G., Manhattan : Tippecanoe medal of 1840, showing on one 
side profile bust of Gen. William H. Harrison, surrounded by the words, 
"Maj. Gen. William H. Harrison, born February 9, 1773;" on the other 
side an eagle with Tippecanoe banner. 

Losch, William, Topeka: Coins — Swedish, 1 ore, 1870, copper; French, 
2 of the Third Empire, cinq, centimes, 1855, and dix centimes, 1856, 



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copper; Canadian, one half-penny token, Bank of Upper Canada, 1857, 
copper; German, 1 Kreuzer, 1875, 6 Kreuzer, 1835, 2 copper coins; 1 
pfennig, 1849, 1 do, 1851, 1 do, 1871, 20 do, 1874, first three copper, last 
silver; 1 Kreuzer, 1871, Baden; 1 Sechsling, 1855, Hamburg, copper; 
1 Dreiling, 1855, Hamburg; Russian, 1 K. K. Aesterreichische Scheide- 
munze, 1861; Hungarian, 1 Magyr Kiralyi Valto Penz, 1868; 3 U. S. 
copper cents, 1 1876, 2 1881. 

Patton, David, Atchison : Piece of Continental money, 14 shillings, issue 
of 1775. 

Pratt, E., Cottonwood Falls : Piece of Maryland colonial scrip, denomina- 
tion $200, dated Annapolis, April 10, 1774; also piece of IJ. S. Conti- 
nental scrip, denomination S50, issued under act of Congress, January 
14, 1779. 

Shepard, William J., Blue Mound : Copper Whig Harrison medal, of the 
campaign of 1840 — on one side scales labeled "Whigs and Democrats," 
the latter " Weighed in the Balance and Found Wanting." The other 
side, worn smooth, the word "Buren" only remaining. 

Stone, R. C, Piedmont: Claim debt bond of Kansas Territory, No. 
852, $1,000, payable to William Stone, under act for the adjustment and 
payment of claims, approved February 7, 1859, signed by H. J. Strick- 
le r, Auditor, and dated December 1, 1859. 

Walch, C. J., Burden : Coins— 1 U. S. copper cent, 1843; 1 alloy do, 1857; 
1 Canadian five-cent piece, 1883; 1 Chinese one-fourth De, 1860. 

WAR RELICS. 

Abbott, J. B., De Soto : English musket found by Col. A. S. Johnson on 
the battle-field of Westport, Mo., and presented by him to Maj. Abbott, 
battle fought Oct. 23, 1864; sword, procured by donor in 1855, from the 
manufacturer at Cabotville, Conn., and used by him through the Kansas 
Territorial troubles and Price's raid ; Border-Ruffian flag which was placed 
in the Hartford, Conn., Atheneum, by James D. Farren, afterward re- 
turned to Mrs. Abbott. 

Ashbaugh, Mrs. Sophia, Topeka: Candlestick of stone or clay, made by Dr. 
A. Ashbaugh while in charge of a small-pox hospital at Paola, Kansas, 
during the War of the Rebellion. 

Kansas Republican State Convention, July, 1888, Topeka, by resolution : 
Gavel made from block of wood from battle-field of Chickamauga, Tenn., 
with bullet imbedded ; the handle made of wood from the battle-field of 
Stone river, Tenn.; (presented to the Convention by Hon. W. E. Richey, 
of Harveyville, Kansas.) 

McCarthy, Timothy, Topeka: Antique Colt's navy revolver, found on 
farm of donor near Fort Earned, 1887. 

Prentiss, Dr. S. B., Lawrence : The leaden bullet extracted by donor from 
the body of John Jones, who was shot and killed by Pro-Slavery men at 
Blanton's bridge, Douglas county, Monday, May 19, 1856. 



52 State Histobical Society. 

Richardson, J. W., Marquette : Biscuit presented by the wife of a Confederate 
soldier to J. B. Mock, a Union soldier marching through North Carolina. 

Ritchie, Mrs. Hannah, Topeka: The sword and gun of Gen. John Ritchie, 
used by him during the period of his service in the army in the War of 
the Rebellion. 

Washburn, A., Topeka: Powderhorn made in October, 1775, by Nathan 
Washburn, a Connecticut Revolutionary soldier, while in camp at Rox- 
bury, Mass., during the investment of Boston. The horn was given by 
Mr. Washburn to his grandson, the donor. 

Wasson, W. A., Lane, Kansas : Fragment of the vest, with button attached, 
of Capt. Nick L. Beuter, Company C, 12th Kansas Infantry, who was 
shot and killed near Hot Springs, Arkansas, April 2, 1864. 

Watkins, Mrs. Lititia V., Barnard: Revolving pistol No. 2769, the prop- 
erty of Col. James Montgomery during the Pro-Slavery troubles in Kan- 
sas Territory, and during the War of the Rebellion. 

DONORS OF MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTIONS AND RELICS. 

Abbott, Jas. B., De Soto : Blanks relating to payment of Quantrill raid 

claims, appropriation of 1887. 
Adams, F. G., Topeka: Complimentary ticket and badge given to members 

of the Legislative excursion to Wichita, Feb. 18-19, 1887; programme, 

ticket, and badge. Northwest Kansas Editorial Association, May 23-25, 

1888. 
Adams, H. J., Topeka: Shawnee county, Kansas, election tickets, fall of 

1885. 
Barnes, J. S., Sec, Phillipsburg: Invitation cards to Phillips County Fair, 

1887 and 1888. 
Barnes, W. H., Sec, Independence: Cards, circulars, &c., Montgomery 

County Fair, 1876, 1880-1887. 
Bayley, Samuel, Hartford: Two fiint-scrapers, one spear-head, and five 

fragments of Indian pottery, found sec. 5, T. 20, R. 14 E., California 

township, Coffey county, Kansas. 
Beezley, J. F., Sec, Girard: Posters, &c., Crawford County Fairs, 1878- 

1887, except 1882-3. 
Bethany College, Lindsborg: Invitation card, commencement exercises, 

June, 1887. 
Botkin, Theo., Attica: Fragment of mastodon's tooth, found at Attica, five 

and a half feet below the surface, April, 1887. 
Bowes, George W., Topeka : Book of blank notes of Topeka Bank and Sav- 
ings Institution. 
Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Card of Title Insurance Company. 
Carson, Hampton L., Sec, Philadelphia: Invitation card to Constitutional 

Centennial Celebration, Philadelphia, September 15-17, 1887. 
Carter, Joe H., Lexington: Sandstone pebble, form of linch-pin for ox-bow 

key, found in bed of Bluff creek, Clark county, Kansas, 1887. 




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Clarke, W. B., Kansas City, Mo. : Copy of memorandum book and calendar 

of the Merchants' National Bank, Kansas City. 
Crosby, D. R., Minneapolis : Premium lists, posters, etc., of the Ottawa County 

Fair, 1888. 
Cuthbertson, M. D., Voltaire : Badge worn at first annual reunion of the old 
■ soldiers of Sherman county, Kansas, at Voltaire, September 12-14, 1887 ; 
' and badge worn at the first reunion of the soldiers of Sherman county, 

Kansas, Eustis, September 1-3, 1887. 
Daniel, S. A., Eskridge : Election ticket used in the first city election, Esk- 

ridge, Kansas, 1887 — candidates all women. 
Elliott, L. R., Manhattan: Handbill, dated April 25, 1887, and extra of 

the Leonard ville (Riley county) Monitor, April 26, 1887, mementoes of 

the Rock Island Railroad bond vote in Riley county. 
Fast, Henry H., Hillsboro: Plate for the printing of cloth, made and used 

by the grandfather of donor, in Russia, as early as 1775. 
Fee, S., Wamego: Stamped envelope of 1876, United States postage 3 

cents, engraving showing post-rider in 1776, and mail car in 1876. 
Fisher, J. R., Topeka: Section of oak tree with branch so bent and grown 

into the trunk as to form a loop, or looped-handle. 
Frankey, J. F., Dodge City, Kansas: Card of invitation to the laying of 

the corner-stone of the Presbyterian College at Dodge City, April 5, 

1888. 
Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan : Broadside proclamation of the Executive 

Committee of Kansas, under the Topeka Constitution, dated November 

24, 1855, giving notice of the election to be held December 15, 1855, on 

the adoption of the Constitution, signed by J. H. Lane, Chairman, and J. 

K. Goodin, Secretary. 
Hale, George D., Topeka: Ancient vase of pottery, procured by H. E. 

Nickerson from a mound in section 33, township 11, range 7, east, on the 

banks of the Little river, Poinsett county, Arkansas, 1887. 
Hubert, Mrs. A. G., Topeka: Piece of granite from Texas State capitol, 

Austin. 
Hulbert, E. W., Secretary, Fort Scott: Posters of Bourbon county fair, 

1887. 
Kenea, J. P., and Ed. C. Lane, La Cygne : Calendars of the La Cygne Jour- 
nal for 1887—8 cards. 
Latimer, J. W., Pleasanton: Posters of Pleasanton (Linn county) fair, 

1887. 
McClelland, W. B., Bird City: Poster Bird City Driving Park Association, 

1887. 
McConnell, W. K., Greenleaf: Card of invitation to Washington County 

Fair, 1888. 
McLain, F. E., Sec, Hays City : Posters of the fair of the Western Kansas 

Agricultural Association, Hays City, 1886. 
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54 State Histobigal Society. 

Magill, J. S., Sec, Marysville: Posters of meetings of Marshall county 
pioneers at Marysville, Sept. 12, 1888. 

Meade, J. R., Wichita: Piece of pottery found by donor in 1885, in the 
western part of New Mexico, thirty miles north of Grant station, on the 
A. & P. Rly., and given by him to the Society Feb. 19, 1887. 

Mills, T. B., Las Vegas, N. M. : Poster relative to lot sale in Las Vegas, 
August 4, 1887. 

Mitchell, David, McPherson : Circulars, &c., of stock sale. May 4, 1887. 

Mitchell, Joshua, Seneca: Posters of the Nemaha County Fair, 1888. 

Moon, E. G., Sec, Topeka: Card of invitation to State Fair, Topeka, 1888; 
posters, cards, &c, of the same. 

Moore, Milton R., Topeka: Scrap-book containing editorial notices of the 
Kansas Magazine, Topeka, 1872-1873. 

Munz, A., Ogden: Two flint spear-heads found six miles north of Fort 
Riley, in bed of Three-Mile creek, Riley county, Kansas. 

Murdock, M. M., Wichita : Pocket tally-sheets of Kansas Republican Con- 
vention, Wichita, July 25, 1888, and card containing the electoral vote of 
1884. 

Nichols, C. D., Sec, Columbus: Programs and posters of the Cherokee 
county fair, 1887. 

Patrick, A. G., Valley Falls: Copies of donor's political broadsides, Nov. 
1887. 

Pope Manufacturing Co., Boston, Mass: Donor's bicycle calendar for 1888. 

Reinch, A., Lawrence : Skeleton of an Osage Indian, exhumed near Wal- 
nut river, Cowley county, Kansas. 

Richards, J. H., Wichita, Kansas : Pass over St. L. Ft. S. & Wichita Rail- 
road, 1887, design of sunflower engraved thereon. 

Sims, A. C, Winona: Specimen of nickel ore from mine near Winona, Lo- 
gan county, Kansas. 

Snow, William M., Manhattan : Scrap-book made by Dr. Amory Hunting 
of Manhattan, containing newspaper clippings relating to Kansas Terri- 
torial affairs. 

Stewart, Mrs. M., Wichita: Silk badge worn by the Wichita delegation to 
San Francisco, Cal., at the 20th National Encampment G. A. R., August, 

1886, with grasshopper and sunflower painted thereon by donor, 
rhacher, T. D., Topeka : Card of invitation of the Irish National League, 

to attend the meeting at the Grand Opera House, Topeka, April 12th, 

1887, addressed by Hon. John J. Ingalls and Hon. Thomas Ryan. 
Thomas, Chester, jr., Topeka: Posters, cards, circulars, etc., Kansas State 

Fair, 1887. 
Van Hoesen, I. N., Sec, Lawrence: Card of invitation, posters, cards, etc., 

of the Western National Fair, Bismarck Grove, 1888. 
Vance, D. J., Sec, Mankato: Card of invitation to Jewell County Fair, 

1888. 



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Walch, C. I., Burden : One flint arrow-head. 

Wilson, W. J., Secretary, Winfield: Copies of circulars, postal cards, 
etc., of Cowley county fair, Winfield, 1887; 37 posters, cards, blanks, 
badges, etc., of Cowley county fair, 1888. 

Worrall, Isaac W., Pratt, Kansas: Carving of peach pit, made to repre- 
sent an Indian head. 

DONORS OF SINGLE NEWSPAPERS. 

Abbott, James B., De Soto : Supplement to Hartford (Conn.) Post, of Jan- 
uary 5, 1887, containing brief biographical mention of the members of 
the Connecticut Legislature of 1887; Hartford Post of January 29, 1887, 
containing biographical sketch of Mark Howard, President National 
Fire Insurance Company; Weekly Underwriter, Hartford, supplement, 
January 15, 1887, containing biographical sketches of Hartford under- 
writers. 

Adair, Rev. S. L., Osawatomie: Thirty-two copies miscellaneous newspapers. 

Adams, Frank S., Waterville: Waterville Telegraph, February 4, 1887, 
containing biographical sketches of Waterville business men. 

Adams, J. W., Topeka : Copy of the Union and Advertiser, Rochester, N. Y., 
March 23, 1888, containing a review of the history and progress of 
Rochester. 

Andrews & Payne, Salina: Salina (Kansas) Republican, illustrated edi- 
tion. May, 1888. 

Anthony, Daniel R., Leavenworth : Supplement to the Leavenworth Times, 
1888, containing press comments on donor's candidacy for Governor. 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, General Offices, Topeka: Copy of 
the Madagascar Times, Antananarivo, November 12, 1887. 

Ball, Dr. J. Parker, Coldwater: Comanche County Sun, Coldwater, Nos. 1 
and 2, September 10 and 29, 1888. 

Barnes, M. E. and M. J. Packard, Atlanta, Ga. : Copies of Spellman Mes- 
senger, November and December, 1887. 

Bradlee, Rev. Dr. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Unitarian Record, Chelmsford, 
Mass., February, 1887, and of the Southern Letter, February, 1887, Tus- 
kegee, Ala.; Boston Evening Traveller, June 11, 1888, containing donor's 
poem, "In Memoriam," to Rev. James Freeman Clarke; copy of the 
Christian Register, Boston, December 1, 1887; copy of Our Best Words, 
Shelbyville, 111., 1888. 

Burleigh, Rev. C. H., Cheney: The Conference Daily, Winfield, March 
10-15, 1887, five newspapers. 

Bushell, W., Camden, N. J. : Copy of the North American, Phila., Sept. 
16, 1887, containing fac-simile of the first printed copy of the constitu- 
tion of the United States. 

Caldwell, E. F., Lawrence: Copy of the Southern Kansan, January, 1887. 

Call Publishing Co., Wichita: Copy of Wichita Daily Call, Feb. 19, 1887, 



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giving list of persons attending Legislative excursion to Wichita, Feb. 
18-19, 1887, with j^roceedings of entertainment, while in that city. 

Cameron, Hugh, Lawrence : Copy of the Journal of United Labor, Phila., 
March 19, 1887. 

Chandler, Dr. Daniel L., Ogden: Twenty-eight copies of Herald of Free- 
dom, Lawrence, K. T., 1857; 2 copies of the Topeka Tribune, Jan. 12 
and June 6, 1857; copy Kansas Freeman, Topeka, Nov. 14, 1855; copy 
of Lecompton Union, Feb. 21, 1857 ; copy of New York Republican, 
Nov. 22, 1856. 

Christian Cynosure, Chicago, Publishers of: Issues of March 31, 1887, con^- 
taining articles relating to John Brown, written by Hon. S. C. Pomeroy, 
Rev. C. C. Foote and others. 

Clark, Arthur, Leavenworth : Copy of the Truth-Teller, a half-sheet news- 
paper, Topeka, February 24, 1862. 

Clarke, Sylvester H., Clyde, N. Y. : Copy of "Social Visitor, Magazine," 
containing biographical sketch of W. C. Quantrill and account of Law- 
rence raid, August 21, 1863. 

Cooper, F. N. and Co., Lyons: Lyons Daily Democrat, Sept. 29, 1887, de- 
scriptive of Lyons and Rice county, Kansas. 

Corey, Wells, Editor Quid-Nunc, Wellington : Copy of New Year's edition, 
Jan. 1,1888. 

Criswell, Ralph L., Gove City : Copy of the Gove City Advocate, April 
2, 1888. 

Darling, C. W., Utica, N. Y.: Fac-simile number of the Utica Morning 
Herald, 1887. 

Davis, Charles S., Junction City: Conference Daily Tribune, Junction 
City, March 17-22, 1887, 5 newspapers. 

Dignon, T. D., Topeka: Copy Ulster County Gazette, Princeton, N. Y., 
January 4, 1880, (reprint), containing account of the death of Gen. 
George Washington. 

Dixon, J. J. A. T., Bunker Hill : Copies of the Bunker Hill News of No- 
vember 26, December 10, 17, 24 and 31, 1886. 

Easley, C. G., South Hutchinson: Saturday Review, South Hutchinson, 
Kansas, October 1, 1887, descriptive edition. 

Elliott & Rosser, Coffeyville: Six copies of Southern Kansas Journal and 
Land Buyer's Guide, Coffeyville, March, 1887. 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan: Copies of the Manhattan Methodist, October 
and December, 1886; Assembly Herald, Ottawa, June 22 and July 3, 
1886; Kansas Banner, Parsons, Y. M. C. A., September 21, 1886; copy 
of the Y. M. C. A. Argus, vol. 2, No. 1, first quarter, 1888; and The 
Crank, Gueda Springs, September 11, 1886. 

Foote, A. E., Philadelphia, Pa. : Philadelphia Inquirer, containing lecture 
of donor on the minerals of the United States. 

Garrison, Francis J., Boston, Mass.: Copies of The Liberator, Boston, 




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March 21 and December 5, 1845, and March 13, 1846, to supply de- 
ficiencies in files. 
Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan: Two numbers of the Salt Lake Tribune, 

^Utah, March 13 and 14, 1888; copy of Jonathan's Whittlings of War, 
New York, April 22, 1854; copy of the New York Amulet, March 1, 
1831; copy of the Brownsville (Nebraska) Advertiser of September 12, 
1867; copy of the Portland, Maine Advertiser, May 18, 1827; copy of 
"Boston, 1630-1880," dated September 17, 1880; forty numbers of the 
Oxford Observer, Paris, Maine, 1826-1832; ninety-two numbers of the 
Oxford (Maine) Democrat, 1856-1860; one hundred and twenty-three 
numbers of Zion's Herald, Boston, Mass., 1877-1887; eight numbers of 
the American Agriculturist, 1864-1872; five copies of the Norway 
(Maine) Advertiser, 1845-1850; thirty-two numbers of the New York 
Weekly Witness, 1872-1876; eighteen numbers of the Land Owner, 
Chicago, 111., 1874-1876; one hundred and two numbers of the Globe- 
Democrat, St. Louis, Mo., 1862-1880; ten numbers of the New York 
Independent, 1870-1875; fifty-two numbers, daily and weekly, of the 
Chicago Inter-Ocean, 1885-1887; twenty-three numbers of the Hearth 
and Home, Washington, D. C, 1884-1887; forty-two numbers of the 
New York Weekly Tribune, 1870-1885; eight numbers of the Herald of 
Health, New York, 1865-1867; forty-four numbers of the Advance, 
Chicago, 111., 1870-1875; one hundred and sixteen numbers of the To- 
peka Weekly Capital, 1883-1887; eight numbers of the Kansas Farmer, 
vol. 1, 1863-1864, and thirty-two numbers of the same, 1865-1872; fifty- 
four numbers of the Kansas Methodist, Topeka, 1881-1888; nine 
numbers of the Literary Review, Agricultural College, Manhattan, 
February to December, 1872; copy of the Emporia News, July 8, 1865 ; 
thirteen numbers of the Manhattan (Kansas) Express, 1869; fifty-eight 
numbers of the Manhattan Republic, 1884-1887; twenty numbers of the 
Manhattan Independent, 1862-1867; eighteen numbers of the Manhat- 
tan Beacon, 1872 ; one hundred and twenty-four numbers of the Man- 
hattan Nationalist, 1874—1882; five numbers of the Kansas M. E. 
Conference Daily, Topeka, March, 1888; one hundred and fifty-one mis- 
cellaneous Kansas newspapers, 1873-1887; two hundred and forty-one 
numbers miscellaneous newspapers of other States ; Kansas City Times, 
November 25, 1879, containing biography of Prof. B. F. Mudge; 1,457 
in all. 

Greer, Ed. P., Winfield: Copy of Winfield Courier, June 8, 1887, contain- 
ing illustrations of Winfield statistics,[^&c. 

Hoff"man, Rev. R. A., Downs: Ellsworth Daily Democrat, March 24-28, 
1887, containing proceedings of Northwest Kansas M. E. Conference, 
1887, 4 newspapers. 

Hughes, Mrs. Thomas, Albuquerque, N. M. : Santa Fe Daily New Mexican, 
February 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 1887, containing matter relating to the New 
Mexico Legislature then in session. 



58 State Histoeigal Society. 

Jerome, Frank E., Russell and Wilson: Copies of Wakefield (England) 
Express, March 19, 1887, and Manchester Courier of May 3 and 5, and 
June 6 and 11, 1887, containing an account of the Queen's jubilee; 
Copy of the Ulster County Gazette, Kingston, N. Y., January 4, 1800, 
(reprint ;) Copies of the Gleaner and Luzern Advertiser, Wilkesbarre, Pa., 
October 11 and 18, and November 1, 15, 22, and 29, 1811. 

Lee, Ed. G., Frisco : Morton County ( Kansas) Democrat, Frisco, February 
5, 1887, containing paragraph relating to valuable historical papers in 
possession of Judge Frybarger, Syracuse, Kansas. 

Litts, L. H., & Co., Abilene: Illustrated Abilene Reflector, April 12, 1887; 
two copies. 

Lykins, W. H. R., Kansas City, Mo. : Copy of Agassiz Companion, Wyan- 
dotte, October, 1887, containing article written by donor on Indian names. 

McCrary, George W., Kansas City, Mo. : Copy of Our Best Words, Shel- 
byville, III, April 15, 1887. 

Maifet, George W., Anthony: Copies of Anthony (Kansas) Republican, 
vol. 9, Nos. 38 and 39, boom edition, 1888; 2. 

Marston, C. W., Cedar Junction : Copies Cherokee ( I. T.) Advocate, Tahle- 
quah, August 1^, 1885, and Indian Chieftain, Vinita, I. T., January 27 
and February 3, 1887. 

Martin, G. W., Junction City: Junction City Union, February 12, 1887, 
containing a paper written by Lemuel Knapp, dated December 23, 1856, 
giving his experiences at Pawnee City in 1854-55. 

Menager, E. S. and S. A., Menager, Kansas: Copy of " Cincinnati, 1788 and 
1888," a centennial newspaper. 

Mueller, Ernest, Topeka} Copy of the Berliner Tageblatt, March 16, 1888, 
official paper of the German empire, containing an account of the life, 
death and funeral of Emperor William, proclamations, etc. 

Miller, J. H., Holton: Copy of the Normal Advocate, Holton, May 1, 1887. 

Mills, T. B., & Son, Las Vegas, N. M,, Investors' Review, vol. 1, No. 1, Oc- 
tober, 1887. 

Nixon, Thomas, Wellington : Newcastle Weekly Chronicle, England, Au- 
gust 29, 1885, containing an account of Washington Hall, at Washing- 
ton, Eng., formerly the property of George Washington's ancestors. 

Olney, Henry C, Gunnison, Colo. : Copy of Rocky Mountain News, Denver, 
holiday edition, December 29, 1887. 

Owens & Mendenhall, Dodge City : Newspapers containing a business re- 
view of the products and progress of Dodge City, Kansas, 1888. 

Ozias, J. W., Ottawa or Wichita: Northwestern Christian Advocate, April 
30, 1862, and Buchanan County Bulletin, Independence, Iowa, Oct. 29, 1869. 

Pratt, Captain R. H., Carlisle, Penn.: Copies of *'Eadle Keatah Toh," vol. 
L, No. 2., and of the Morning Star, vol. V., No. 2, publications of Indian 
Industrial School, Carlisle. 

Schulein, S., Fort Scott: Cuttings from newspapers relative to commercial 
agencies. 



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Swarr, D. M., Lancaster, Pa. : Fac-simile copy of the Philadelphia Public 
Ledger, vol. I., No. 1, March 25, 1836; copies of the Philadelpia Press, 
of March 13 and 14, 1888, containing account of the eastern blizzard of 
the 12th and 13th; copies of Der Volks-Freund, Lancaster, Pa., of Dec. 
29, 1835 and Jan. 26 and March 1, 1836; copy of the Manheim (Pa.) 
Monitor; April 5, 1888. 

Thayer, Eli, Worcester, Mass. : Four copies of Boston Herald, April 24, 
1887, containing articles by donor, relating to saving Kansas to freedom. 
Two newspaper clippings relating to the work of the New England Emi- 
grant Aid Society, articles by donor. 

Thompson, Tom E., Howard : Copy of Elk County Courant, Elk City, June 
17, 1874; copies of Elk County Herald, Howard, Kas., vols. 1 to 9, Aug. 
20 to Oct. 14, 1881 ; the same of the Howard City Beacon, Nos. 3 to 22, 
July 24 to Nov. 27, 1875, and six duplicates. 

Valentine, D. A., Clay Center: Times, Clay Center, March 31, 1887, con- 
taining views of that city in 1877 and 1886. 

Walker, John. Hunnewell: Copy of the Sentinel, Richmond, Va., March 
14, 1865, containing message of President Jeff. Davis to the Confedei^ate 
Congress, and other matters of historical interest. 

Waugh, Rev. Lorenzo: Biggs (Cal.) Argus, Feb. 24, 1887, containing per- 
sonal mention of donor, and his moral work among the children; copy 
of the Christian Advocate, N. Y., May 21, 1888, containing proceedings 
of the Twenty-fifth General Conference, and a letter of donor ; copy of 
Chico (Cal.) Chronicle, Feb. 17, 1887, giving paragraph relating to Rev. 
Lorenzo Waugh, also to J. B. Robinson and W. B. Mott, early Califor- 
nians; Sacramento (Cal.) Daily Bee, immigration edition, 1887. 

AVilcox, P. P., Denver, Colo.: Copies of Denver Republican of Jan. 30, 
1887, containing an account of stage-robbing in June, 1881, near Lake 
City, Colorado. 

Wilder, D. W., Hiawatha: Daily Brown County World, Oct., 1887, Fair 
edition. 

Willson, H. C, Waterville: Waterville Telegraph, Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, and 
Feb. 11, 1887, containing biographical sketches of Waterville business men. 

DONORS OF NEWSPAPER FILES. 
The following is a list of newspaper files and volumes of periodicals do- 
nated, other than those received in current issues : 

Adair, Rev. S. L., Osawatomie : Files of the New York Evangelist, from 
January 9, 1845, to February 11, 1847; of the Advance, Chicago, for 
1873 to 1875, 1877, 1879, 1884, and partial files for 1876, 1878, 1882 and 
1883; of the Sunday School Times, Philadelphia, for 1879, 1880, 1884, 
1885, 1886, and partial files for 1878 and 1883; and of the National Sun- 
day School Teacher, Chicago, for 1869-1881, and partial files for 1868 
and 1882 — thirty-six files in all. 
Angell, George T., Boston, Mass.: Files of "Our Dumb Animals," Boston, 
from July, 1882, to January, 1885. 



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Baker, Dr. W. S., Topeka : Files of the New York Semi- Weekly Tribune 
for 1886 and 1887. 

Baker, F. P., Topeka: Four files of the Weekly Commonwealth, 1883, 1886 
and 1887; two files of the Daily Commonwealth, 1884; four files of the 
Daily Commonwealth, 1887; files of the Daily Commonwealth, Topeka, 
January 2, to December 30, 1883, and from July 10 to December 30, 1883 ; 
the same of the Weekly Commonwealth, January 1, 1881, to December 
28, 1882, and from July 19 to December 27, 1883; sixteen files in all. 

Bawden, W. J., Fort Scott: Files of the Fort Scott Monitor, weekly, for 1868 
and 1869. 

Beers, Dr. G. L., Topeka: Files of the Christian Union, New York, from 
Jnne 17, 1886, to June 30, 1887; New York Independent, from June 17, 

1886, to December 30, 1887; The Christian Advocate, N. Y., from June 
24 to December 30, 1886. 

Bell, G. H., Battle Creek, Mich. : File of the Fireside Teacher, Battle Creek, 
from May, 1886, to April, 1887. 

Burleigh, C. H., Cheney : Two files of Southwestern Kansas Conference Daily, 
Winfield, March 10 to 15, 1887. 

Campbell, M. M., North Topeka: File of the Phonographic Magazine, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, 1887. 

Evans, Mrs. A. R., Topeka: File of The Delineator, N. Y., 1886. 

Goodnow, Prof I. T., Manhattan : Two files of the Oxford Observer, Paris, 
Maine, from July 8, 1824, to June, 1826 ; 6 files of the Oxford Demo- 
crat, 1871-1876; 6 files of Zion's Herald, Boston, Mass., 1868, 1869, 
1870,1879,1880,1883; 5 files of the Great Southwest, St. Louis, Mo., 
vols. 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7, 1874-1880 ; 2 files of the American Agriculturist, 
1860-1861 ; 2 files of the Norway (Maine) Advertiser, January 2, 1872 
to December 31, 1875 ; 4 files of the Land Owner, Chicago, 111., 1870- 
1873; 8 files of the Kansas Farmer, 1865-1872; file of the New York 
Independent, 1874; 6 files of the New York Weekly Tribune, 1879-1884 ; 
2 files of the Advance, Chicago, III, 1872 and 1873; 3 files of the Man- 
hattan Kansas Express, 1860, 1861, 1862; file of the Manhattan Inde- 
pendent, 1864; 2 files of the Manhattan Beacon, 1873 and 1874; 11 files 
of the Manhattan Nationalist, 1871, 1873, 1875, 1878, 1879, 1883, 1884- 
1887 ; sixty-two files in all. 

Holbrook, E. A., Chicago, 111. : File of the Western Trail, Rock Island 
route, 1886 and 1887. 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. : File of the University circular 
from December, 1879, to August, 1882. 

McLaren, J. D., Kansas City, Mo. : File of the Normal Institute Record, 
Minneapolis, Kansas, July 15 to August 9, 1878; Kansas Educational 
Journal, Emporia and Topeka, file from June, 1871, to April, 1873. 

Moore, Robert R., Topeka: File of Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector, 

1887, 1888. 



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Rank, D. H., Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Ind. : Millstone and Corn 

Miller, files for 1884 and 1885. 
Robinson, Mrs. E. S., Topeka : Files of the Evangelical Magazine and Gospel 

Advocate, Utica, N. Y., vols. 4, 5 and 9, 1833, 1834 and 1838, duplicate 

of 1833; files of Utica, N. Y., Evangelical Magazine, vols. 2 and 3, April 

5, 1828, to December 26, 1829; five files in all. 
Smalley, Ellis, Council Grove : Files of the Diamond, 1840-1842, a monthly 

periodical published in New York in the interest of radical reform. 
St. John, E., Rock Island Railway, Chicago, 111. : Files of the Western 

Trail, from May, 1886, to April, 1888. 
Swayze, Oscar K., Topeka: File of the Topeka Daily Blade from January 

7, 1875, to February 17, 1876. 
Thompson, Tom. E., Howard : File of the Winfield Courier from February 

1, 1873, to May 29, 1874. 
Tincher, G. W., Topeka : File of the Temperance Rural, Cherokee, Kansas 
• 1878 and 1879. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

The following is a statement of bound newspaper files and bound volumes 
of periodicals in the library of the Society, November 20, 1888, including 
the volumes which become complete December 31, 1888, numbering 7,990 
volumes ; of which 5,751 are of Kansas, and 2,239 are of other States and 
countries, and of which 2,004 have been added during the two years covered 
by this report. (Volumes not otherwise described are of weekly newspapers.) 

BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS. 



Newspapers. 



ALLEN COUNTY. 

lola Register 

Allen County Independent, lola 

Allen County Courant, lola 

Allen County Democrat, lola 

Democrat-Couranl, lola 

Humboldt Union 

Inter-State, Humboldt 

Independent Press, Humboldt 

The Humboldt Herald 

Moran Herald 

ANDERSON COUNTY. 

Garnett Weekly Journal 

Garnett Plaindealer 

Anderson County Republican, Garnett 

Republican-Plaindealer, Garnett 

Anderson County Democrat, Garnett 

Garnett Eagle 

The Greeley Tribune 

The Greeley News 

The Colony Free Press 

Westphalia Times 

Kincaid Kronicle 

The Kincaid Dispatch 

ATCHISON COUNTY. 

Squatter Sovereign, Atchison 

Freedom's Champion, (1861 lacking,) Atchison 

Atchison Daily Free Press 

Atchison Weekly Free Press, (four files each of 1866 and 1867,) 
Champion and Press (weekly), Atchison 



Years, 



1873-1888 


16 


1879,1880 


1 


1884-1888 


5 


1886-1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1876-1888 


13 


1878-1888 


9 


1882 


1 


1887-1888 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1876-1888 


13 


1876-1884 


9 


1883,1884 


1 


1884-1888 


5 


1885-1887 


2 


1886-1888 


2 


1880,1881 


1 


1881-1888 


V 


1882-1888 


7 


1885-1888 


3 


1886,1887 


2 


1888 


1 


1856,1857 


1 


1857-1863 


4 


1865-1868 


7 


1866-1868 


3 


1868-1873 


4 



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Newspapers. 




ATCHISON COUNTY — concluded. 

Atchison Daily Champion 

Atchison Weekly Champion, (lacking from 1878-1885,) 

Kansas Zeitung, Atchison, (duplicates of vol. 1,) 

Atchison Union, (broken files,) 

Atchison Patriot, daily, (from July, 1876, to July, 1879, lacking,)... 

Atchison Patriot (weekly) 

Atchison Courier 

Atchison Globe (daily) 

Atchisouian, Atchison ; 

Atchison Banner 

The New West, Atchison 

The Sunday Morning Call, Atchison 

Atchison Telegraph 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Atchison 

Atchison Journal (daily) 

Western Mercury, Atchison 

Atchison Sunday Morning Sermon 

The Western Recorder, Atchison..,. 

The Trades-Union, Atchison 

The Atchison Times 

The Prairie Press, Lancaster 

Messachorean (monthly), Atchison , 

Muscotah Record, (missing from August, 1886, to January, 1887,). 
The Effingham Times 



BARBER COUNTY. 

Barber County Mail, Medicine Lodge 

Medicine Lodge Cresset 

The Barber County Index, Medicine Lodge 

Medicine Lodge Chief 

Hazelton Express , 

The Kiowa Herald, New Kiowa 

The Kiowa Journal 

Sharon News 

The Union, Sun City , 

The JEtna Clarion 

Kansas Prairie Dog, Lake City 

The Lake City Bee 



BARTON COUNTY. 

Great Bend Register 

Inland Tribune, Great Bend 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Great Bend 

Kansas Volksfreund, Great Bend 

Barton County Democrat, Great Bend. 



Daily Graphic, Great Bend .^. 

The Ellin wood Express 

Pawnee Rock Leader 

The Echo, Hoisington 

Claflin Gazette 



BOURBON COUNTY. 

Fort Scott Daily Monitor 

Fort Scott Weekly Monitor, (1870-1876 lacking,) 

Fort Scott Pioneer 

Camp's Emigrant's Guide, Fort Scott 

New Century, Fort Scott 

The Fort Scott Herald 

Republican-Record, Fort Scott 

Herald and Record, Fort Scott 

Evening Herald, daily, Fort Scott 

Medical Index, monthly, Fort Scott 

The Banner, Fort Scott 

Fort Scott Daily Tribune 

Fort Scott Weekly Tribune 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Fort Scott 

The Fort Scott Union 

Bronson Pilot 

The Fulton Independent 

The Telephone, Uniontown 

The Garland Gleaner 



Hiawatha Dispatch 

The Hiawatha World 

Kansas Herald, Hiawatha ... 
The Kansas Sun, Hiawatha.. 



BROWN COUNTY. 



1876-1888 

1873-1888 

1857,1858 

1859-1861 

1 876-1 8S8 

1874-1888 

1876-1879 

1878-1888 

1877 

1878,1879 

1878-1880 

1882,1883 

1882 

1881-1885 

1881,1882 

1884-1886 

1884 

1884 

1885,1886 

J 888 

1888 

1888 

1885-1887 

1887. 188S 



1878,1879 
1879-1888 
1881-1888 
1886-1888 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1886-1888 
1884-1886 
1884-1888 
1885-1887 
188.5-1887 



1876-1888 
1876-1888 
1877-1882 
1878,1879 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1878-1888 



1880-1888 
1867-1888 
1876-1878 
1877 
1877,1878 
1878-1882 
1879-1882 
1882-1884 
1882-1885 
1881-1884 
1882-1884 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1885-1888 
1886,1887 



1876-1882 
1882-1888 

! 1876-ie.. 

I 1879,1880 




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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS -Continued. 



BROWN covstY — concluded. 

Weekly Messeuger, Hiawatha 

The Kansas Democrat, Hiawatha 

Free Press, Hiawatha 

Everest Reflector 

Horton Headlight , 

Horton Daily Headlight 

BUTLER COUNTY. 

Augusta Republican, (1875-1880 lacking,) 

Southern Kansas Gazette, Augusta 

Augusta Advance 

Augusta P:iectric Light 

Augusta Weekly Journal 

Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado 

Daily Walnut Valley Times, EI Dorado 

El Dorado Press 

El Dorado Daily Republican 

El Dorado Republican 

Butler Countv Democrat, El Dorado 

The El Dorado Eagle 

The New Enterprise, Douglass 

Douglass Index 

The Douglass Tribune 

Leon Indicator, (missing from February to September, 1887,) 

The Leon Quill 

The Benton Reporter 

TheTowanda Herald 

The Brainerd Sun 

Latham Journal 

Latham Signal 

The Beaumont Business 

Potwin Messenger 

The Brainerd Ensign 

CHASE COUNTY. 

Chase County Courant, Cottonwood Falls 

Chase County Leader, Cottonwood Falls 

Strong City Independent 

Chase County Republican, Strong City 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

Chautauqua Journal, Sedan 

The Chautauqua County Times, Sedan 

Sedan Times 

Sedan Times-Journal 

The Border Slogan, Sedan j 

The Graphic, Sedan 

Chautauqua News, Peru 

The Peru Times 

The Weekly Call, Peru 

The Chautauqua Springs Spy 

Chautauqua Springs Mail ■•■■ 

The Cedar Vale Star 

CHEROKEE COUNTY. 

Republican-Courier, Columbus 

The Columbus Courier 

Columbus Democrat 

Border Star, Columbus 

The Columbus Videtie 

The Times, Columbus 

Kansas Bee-Keeper, Columbus 

Lea's Columbus Advocate 

The Daily Advocate, Columbus 

The Daily News and The Weekly News, Columbus 

The Expository, Girard and Columbus 

The Sprig of Myrtle (monthly), Columbus 

The Kansas Prohibitionist, Columbus 

Baxter Springs Republican 

The Times, Baxter Springs 

Baxter Springs News 

Baxter Springs Delta 

Galena Miner 

Galena Miner (second) 

Short Creek Weekly Banner, Galena 

The Galena Messenger 

Short Creek Republican, Galena 



1882-1884 
1884-1888 
1887,1888 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1873-1883 
1876-1886 
1883,1884 
18S4-1886 

1888 
1874-1888 
1887-1888 
1877-1883 
1885-1888 
1883-1888 
1881-1888 

1882 
1879,1880 
1880-1883 
1884-1888 
1880-1888 
1886,1887 
1884,1885 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1885,1886 
1887.1888 



1887,1888 



1874-1888 
1875-1888 
1881-1887 
1887,1888 



1875-1884 
1878-1881 
1882-1884 
1885-1888 
1883,1884 
1884-1888 
1877-1881 
1836,1887 

1888 
1882,1883 

1887 
1884-1888 



1876- 
1879- 

1877- 
1877, 
1882- 
1882- 
188'.'- 
1886, 
1882, 
1883, 



1876 
1878- 
1882- 



1878 
1888 
1876 



1885 
1888 
1887 
,1883 
,1884 
-1885 
1886 
,1877 
-1881 
-1888 
1887 
-1880 
1888 
1878 
1879 



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Newspapers. 



CHEROKEE CODNTY — Concluded. 

Empire City Echo 

The Ionian Casket (monthly), Quakervale 

Western Friend (monthly), Quakervale 

The Laborer's Tribune, Weir 

CHEYENNE COUNTY. 

Cheyenne County Rustler, Wano 

Plaindealer, Wano 

Bird City News 

Cheyenne County Democrat, Bird City 

The Gleaner, Jaqua 

CLARK COUNTY. 

Clark County Clipper, Ashland 

Republican Herald, Ashland 

Ashland Journal 

Clark County Chief, Englewood 

TheEnglewood Chief 

Englewood Enterprise 

Appleton Kansas Era 

The Lexington Leader 

The Minneola Era 

Clark County Republican, Minneola 

Cash City Cashier 

CLAY COUNTY. 

Clay County Dispatch, Clay Center 

The Localist, Clay Center 

The Democrat, Clay Center 

The Cresset, Clay Center 

The Times, Clay Center 

The Times (daily). Clay Center 

The Kansas Baptist, Clay Center 

The Monitor, Clay Center 

Clay Center Eagle 

Republican Valley Democrat, Clay Center 

Morganville News and Sunflower 

The Clay County Sentinel, Morganville 

The Idaiia Journal 

Wakefield Advertiser 

The Herald, Industry 

CLOUD COUNTY. 

Republican Valley Empire, Clyde and Concordia 

Concordia Empire 

The Republican-Empire, Concordia 

Concordia Empire 

The Concordia Republican.... 

The Concordia Expositor 

The Cloud County Blade, Concordia 

Kansas Blade, Concordia 

Concordia Daily Blade , 

Cloud Couuty Critic, Concordia 

The Concordia Times 

Concordia Democrat, and Daylight 

Clyde Democrat 

The Clyde Herald 

Cline's Press, Clyde 

The Clyde Mail 

The Clyde Argus 

Glasco Tribune 

The Glasco Sun 

Cloud County Kansan, Jamestown 

The Milton vale News 

Miltonvale Star , 

Milton vale Chieftain 

Ames Advocate 

The Ames Bureau ..!!!!!.! 

The Weekly Courier, Ames .*.'.' 

COPFEY COUNTY. 

Neosho Valley Register, Burlington 

Kansas Patriot, Burlington, (duplicate of 1867,) 

Burlington Patriot 

Burlington Republican.. !!!!!!!.!!!! 

The Republican-Patriot, Burlington ......'. 

Burlington Daily Republican-Patriot "'. 

The Burlington Independent !!.....!!! 



Years, 



1877-1879 
1878,1879 
1880-1888 
1884-1888 



1885-1888 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1884-1888 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1885-1887 



1885-1887 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1888 
1887,1888 



1876-1888 
1879-1881 
1879,1880 
1882,1883 
1882-1888 
1886-1888 
1881-1884 
1883,1884 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1885-1887 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1870-1872 
1876-1882 
1883-1886 
1887,1888 
1882,1883 
1877-1881 
1879-1881 
1882-1888 
1884-1888 
1882-1888 
1884-1888 
1886-1888 
1880-1882 
1878-1888 

1884 
1884-1887 

1888 
1881,1882 
1883-1888 
1881-1888 
1882-1888 

1886 

1888 
1885,1886 

1887 



1859,1860 
1864-1868 
1876-1886 
1882-1886 
1886 
1887 
1876-1888 



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I 



Burlington Daily Star 

The Burlington "Nonpareil. 

Leroy Reporter 

The Leroy Eagle 

TheLebo Light 

The Waverly News 

The Gridley Gazette 



COFFEY COVSTY— concluded. 



COMANCHE COUNTY. 

Comanche Chieftain, Nescatunga 

The Western Kansan, Nescatunga 

Nescatunga Enterprise 

Cold water Review 

The Western Star, Coldwater 

Republican, Coldwater 

Coldwater Echo 

Comanche County Citizen, Avilla 

The Avilla Democrat 

Protection Echo. 

The Protection Press 

Kansas Weekly Ledger, Protection 

The Leader, Protection 

Evansville Herald 

Comanche City News 



COWLEY COUNTY. 

Winfield Courier 

Winfield Daily Courier 

Winfield Plow and Anvil 

Cowley County Telegram, Winfield 

Winfield Daily Telegram, (1883-1886 lacking,) 

Winfield Semi-Weekly 

Cowley County Monitor, Winfield 

Cowlev County Courant, Winfield 

Winfield Daily Courant 

The Daily Visitor, Winfield 

The Winfield Tribune 

The American Nonconformist, Winfield 

Southwestern Kansas Conference Daily, Winfield 

Arkansas City Traveler and Republican-Traveler , 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Arkansas City , 

The Arkansas City Republican , 

Republican-Traveler (daily), Arkansas City 

Canal City Daily Dispatch, Arkansas City 

Canal Citv Dispatch (weekly), Arkansas City 

The Fair Play, Arkansas City , 

The New Enterprise, Burden 

Burden Enterprise , 

Burden Eagle , 

Cambridge Commercial 

The News, Cambridge 

The Eye, Dexter 

The Udall Sentinel 

TheUdall Record 

The Cambridge News 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 

Girard Press 

Crawford County News, Girard 

Girard Herald 

The Kansas Workman, monthly, Girard 

Cherokee Index 

The Young Cherokee, Cherokee 

Cherokee Banner 

The Temperance Rural, Cherokee, (one duplicate,) 

Sentinel on the Border, Cherokee 

The Cherokee Sentinel 

The Saturday Cyclone, Cherokee 

The Smelter. Pittsburg 

The Headlight, Pittsburg 

The Daily Headlight, Pittsburg 

The McCune Standard 

The McCune Times , 

The Brick, McCune and Pittsburg 

Walnut Journal 

The Educational Advocate, Walnut 

The Arcadia Reporter 



1878 
1887-1888 
1879-1888 



1885,1888 
1887,1888 



1884-1886 
1885,1887 
1886-1888 
1884-1888 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1887,1888 
1885,1886 
1886,1887 
1885-1887 
1886,1887 
1887 
1888 
1885-1887 



1873-1888 
1885-1888 

1876 
1876-1888 
1879-1888 
1879,1880 

1880 
1881,1882 
1881,1882 
1886-1888 
1884-1888 
1887,1888 

1887 
1876-1888 
1879-1888 
1884-1886 
1886-1886 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 

1888 
1880,1881 
1882-1888 
1885-1888 

1881 
1882-1886 
1884-1888 
1885,1886 
1886,1887 



1874-1888 
1876-1880 
1880-1888 
1882-1884 
1876,1877 
1876,1877 
1877,1878 
1878,1879 
1879-1882 
1883-1888 
1885-1887 
1881-1888 
1886-1888 

1887 
1881,1882 
1882-1888 
1886,1887 
1882-1888 

1884 
1882-1887 



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Newspapers. 




CRAWFORD COUNTY — Concluded. 

The Christian Worker, Arcadia 

The Hepler Leader 

The Hepler Banner 

The Farlington Plaindealer 

Farlington Gem 

Mulberry Grove Gazette 



DAVIS COUNTY. 

Junction City Union, (triplicates of 75, '76, '77, '78, and duplicates of 79- 

The Junction City Daily Union 

Junction City Tribune 

The Youths' Casket (monthly), Junction City 

Davis County Republican, Junction City 

The Junction City Methodist 



The Oberlin Herald 

The Eye, Oberlin 

The Oberlin World and Democrat. 

Oberlin Opinion 

The Norcatur Register 

The Allison Breeze and Times 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



. DICKINSON COUNTY. 

Dickinson County Chronicle, Abilene 

Kansas Gazette, Enterprise and Abilene 

Abilene Daily Gazette 

The Weekly Democrat, Abilene 

The Abilene Reflector 

The Abilene Daily Reflector 

The Solomon Sentinel, Solomon City 

Enterprise Register 

The Anti-Monopolist, Enterprise 

The Chapman Star 

The Chapman Courier 

The Herington Tribune 

The Hope Herald 

The Hope Dispatch 

Carlton Advocate r. 

The Banner Register, Banner City 

The Manchester Sun 



1883 
1887,1888 
1885,1886 
1886,1887 



1865-1888 
1887 

1873-1888 
1878 

1882-1888 

1886,1887 



1879-1888 
1883-1888 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1876-1888 
1876-1888 
1886-1888 
1880-1882 
1883-1888 
1887,1888 
1879-1888 
1883,1884 
1884-1888 
1884-1886 
1887,1888 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 



1887,1888 
1887,1888 



DONIPHAN COUNTY. 

White Cloud Chief, ( 7 duplicates,) 

Weekly Kansas Chief, Troy, (1 duplicate,) 

Troy Reporter '. 

Doniphan County Republican, Troy, (1873 lacking,) 

Troy Weekly Bulletin 

The Troy Times 

Elwood Advertiser, (1 duplicate,) 

Kansas Free Press, Elwood, (1 duplicate,) 

Elwood Free Press, (1 duplicate,) 

Wathena Reporter, (1868-1873 lacking,) 

Highland Sentinel 

The Central State, Highland 

White Cloud Review 

Enterprise, Severance, (and Centralia, Nemaha county,) 

DOUGLAS COUNTY, 

Herald of Freedom, Lawrence, (7 duplicates,) 

Kansas Free-State, Lawrence 

Lawrence Republican, (volumes 1 and 3, incomplete,) 

The Western Home Journal, Lawrence 

The Weekly Kansas Journal, Lawrence 

Republican-Journal (daily), Lawrence 

Lawrence Daily Journal 

The Congregational Record, monthly, (Lawrence, January, 

Topeka, June, 1865, to May, 1867,) 

The Tribune, Lawrence, (lacking 1873 and 1875,) 

The Semi-Weekly Tribune, and the Weekly Herald-Tribune, Lawrence 

The Lawrence Tribune 

The Tribune, daily, (1875, 1878, 1879, and part of 1877 lacking; duplicates,) Lawrence., 

Herald-Tribune, daily, Lawrence 

Evening Tribune, Lawrence 

Spirit of Kansas, Lawrence 

Kansas Collegiate, Lawrence 

The University Courier, Lawrence 



to December, 1864; 



1857-1872 
1876-1888 
1866,1867 
1871-1875 
1877-1879 
1886-1888 
1857,1858 
1858,1859 
1859-1861 
1867-1877 
1878,1879 
1880-1882 
1880-1887 
1883 



1854-1859 
1855,1856 
1857-1860 
1869-1884 



1877-1880 
1880-1888 

1859-1867 
1868-1883 
1884,1885 
1885-1888 
1873-1884 
1884,1885 
1886-1888 
1875-1882 
1875-1879 
1878,1879 



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DOUGLAS COUNTY— concluded. 

University Courier, Lawrence 

The Kansas Review (monthly), Lawrence .".."!!!!! 

Lawrence Standard ....'.....'!....'!."..'.. 

Kansas Monthly, Lawrence ...!....!.! 

The Daily Reporter, Lawrence ......"!!..!"!!."!! 

Kansas Temperance Palladium, Lawrence ...".. 

Die Germania, Lawrence ........*...'.....!! 

The Kansas Liberal (monthly), Lawrence, July to September, 1882, (see Valley Fails',).! 

The Lawrence Gazette 

Lawrence Daily Gazette !!,.... 

Western Recorder, Lawrence !!!..!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Kansas Churchman (monthly), Lawrence 

Kansas Daily Herald, Lawrence !!!!!!!!!!!'!!."!! 

The Head Center and Daily Morning Sun, Lawrence 

The Daily Morning News, Lawrence ....".......!...." 

Once a Week, Lawrence 

Sigma Nu Delta (bi-monthly), Lawrence ...!!!..,."!*.*.*.." 

Evening Telegram, Lawrence 

Lawrence Daily Democrat .'...!.'.*!."..!..! 

The Kansas Zephyr, Lawrence , 

North Lawrence Leader 

Freeman's Champion, Prairie City 

Baldwin Crit^ion 

The Baldwin Visitor 

The Baldwin Ledger '. 

The Baldwin Index, Baker University '. 

Lecompton Monitor 

The Eudora News 



EDWARDS COUNTY. 

Edwards County Leader, Kinsley 

Valley Republican, (bound with Kinsley Graphic, 1878,). 

Kinsley Republican 

The Kinsley Graphic, (except 1882,) 

Kinsley Republican-Graphic 

Edwards County Banner, Kinsley 

Weekly Banner-Graphic, Kinsley 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Kinsley 

The Kinsley Mercury 

Kinslev Dailv Mercury 

The Wendell" Champion 

Belpre Beacon 



ELK COUNTY. 

The Courant, Howard 

The Courant-Ledger, Howard 

Industrial Journal, Howard 

The Howard Courant 

Kansas Rural, Howard 

The Howard Journal 

The Howard Democrat 

Kansas Traveler, Howard 

Howard Daily Traveler 

The Broad Axe, Howard 

Elk County Ledger, Elk Falls 

The Weekly Examiner, Elk Falls 

Elk Falls Signal 

The Pioneer, Longton 

The Times, Longton 

Longton Leader 

Moline News 

Moline Mercury, (1883 and 1884 lacking,) 

The Moline Free Press 

Grenola Argus 

The Grenola Chief 

Grip, Howard 

The Cave Springs Globe , 

The Herald, Cana Valley 

The Grenola Hornet 



ELLIS COUNTY. 



Ellis County Star ( lacking from December 7, 1876, to April 11, 1879,) Hays City. 

Hays Sentinel, Hays City 

The Star-Sentinel, and Hays City Sentinel 

German-American Advocate, Hays City 

Ellis Weekly Headlight, Hays City 

Hays City Times, Hays City • 



1882-1886 
1879-1888 
1877-1879 
1878-1881 
1879 
1879.1880 



1882-1888 
1884,1885 
1883,1884 
1883-1885 
1883,1884 

1883 
1883,1884 
1883-1885 
1886-1888 

1888 

1888 
1884^1887 
1884,1885 
1857,1858 
1883-1885 

1884 
1885-1888 

1886 
1885,1886 
1887,1888 



1877-1880 
1877,1878 
1878-1881 
1878-1887 
1882 
1887 
1887,1888 
1878,1879 
1883-1888 
1887,1888 



1888 



1875-1877 

1878-1880 

1878-1880 

1880-1888 

1881 

1880-1883 

1884-1888 

1886,1887 

1887 

1888 

1876,1877 

1878 

1880-1882 

1880,1881 

1881-1888 

1887 

1880 

1882-1888 

1883-1885 



1883,1884 

1882 

1882,1883 

1884,1885 



1876-1881 
1877-1881 



1882-1886 
1882-1888 



68 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



ELLIS COUNTY — Concluded, 
Ellis County Democrat and Ellis County Free Press, Hays City. 

Ellis Review, Hays City 

Democratic Times, Hays City '. 

The Republican, Hays City 

Walker Journal 



Ellsworth Reporter 

The Rural West, Ellsworth.. 

The Ellsworth News 

The Ellsworth Democrat 

Wilson Index 

The Wilson Echo 

The Wilson Wonder 

Cain City News 

The Kanopolis .lournal 

The Holyrood Enterprise 

The Wilson Hawkeye 



ELLSWORTH COUNTY. 



FJNNEY COUNTY. 

The Irrigator, Garden City 

Garden City Herald, (1884-7 lacking,) 

Garden City Herald (daily) 

Garden City Sentinel 

Garden City Sentinel (daily) 

The Cultivator and Herdsman, monthly and weekly. Garden City. 

The Western Times, Garden City 

Finney County Democrat, Garden City 

Pierceville Courier 

Terry Enterprise 

The Terry Eye 

Locomotive, Loco 

The Hatfield News 



FOOTE COUNTY. 

(See Gray county.) 

The New West and the Optic, Cimarron 

The Signet, Cimarron 



FORD COUNTY. 

Dodge City Times 

Ford County Globe, Dodge City , 

The Globe Live-Stock Journal, Dodge City 

Dodge City Democrat 

Kansas Cowboy, Dodge City 

The Sun, Dodge City 

Ford County Republican, Dodge City , 

Speareville Enterprise 

Speareville News 

Speareville Blade 

Ford County Record, Speareville 

Ford County Democrat, Speareville and Fonda 

The Ryansville Boomer, and The Boomer, Ford City. 

Wilburn Argus 

Bucklin Standard 

The Bncklin Herald 

The Weekly Telegram, Bloom 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Western Home Journal, Ottawa 

Ottawa Journal 

The Triumph, Ottawa 

Ottawa Journal and Triumph 

Ottawa Campus, occasional, (vols. 1 and 2,) 

Ottawa Republican, (1875 lacking,) 

Ottawa Daily Republican 

Kansas Home News, Ottawa 

Ottawa (iazette 

Ottawa Leader 

Kansas Free Trader (monthly), Ottawa 

Queen City Herald, Ottawa 

Jefferies Western Monthly, Ottawa 

Daily Local News, Ottawa' 

Williamsburg Review 

Weekly Gazette, Williamsburg 

The Eagle, Williamsburg 

Lane Advance 



1887,1888 



1875-1888 
1882 
1883,1884 
1885-1888 
1878,1879 
1880-1888 
1886,1887 



1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1882-1886 
1883-1888 
1886-1888 



1884-1886 
1885 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 



1879-1881 



1876-1888 
1878-1884 
1884-1887 
1884-1888 
1884,1885 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1878 
1878-1880 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1886,1887 
1885-1887 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1865-1868 
1870-1874 

1876 
1877-1888 
1864-1888 
1874-1888 
1879-1888 
1879,1880 

1879 



1883-1887 
1884,1885 
1886-1888 

1879 , 
1880-1883 
1885-1888 
1881,1882 I 




Sixth biennial Eepobt. 



69 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



FRANKLIN cov^TY — Concluded, 

The Commercial Bulletin, Lane 

The Wellsville News 

The Wellsville Transcript 

The Wellsville News (second) , 

The Wellsville Exchange.... , 

The Pomona Enterprise 

Richmond Recorder 

Princeton Progress.... 

Fireside, Factory and Farm, Ottawa 

The Kansas Lever, Ottawa 

The Bee (daily and weekly), Ottawa , 

GARFIELD COUNTY. 

Ravanna Chieftain 

Ravanna Sod-House 

Ravanna Record 

The Ravanna Enquirer 

The Kal Vesta Herald 

The Essex Sunbeam 

The Garfield County Call, Eminence 

Oarfield County Journal, Loyal 

GOVE COUNTY. 

BuflTalo Park Express 

Buffalo Park Pioneer 

The (jolden Belt Republican, Grinnell 

Cap Sheaf, Grainfield 

Gazette, Gove City 

Gove County Graphic, (iove City 

The Settler's Guide, Quinter 

The Smoky Globe, Jerome 

GRAHAM COUNTY. 

The Western Star, Hill City 

Hill City Lively Times 

The Hill City Reveille 

Hill City Democrat 

Graham County Lever, Gettysburg 

The Millbrook Times 

Graham County Republican, Millbrook 

Millbrook Herald 

Millbrook Herald (second) 

TheCiraham County Democrat, Millbrook 

Roscoe Tribune 

Western Cyclone, Nicodemus 

Nicodemus Enterprise 

The Fremont Star 

The Fremont Press 

GRANT COUNTY. 

Grant County Register, Ulysses 

Ulysses Tribune 

The Post, Surprise 

Shockeyville Eagle 

Golden Gazette 

Zionville Sentinel 

The Commercial, Cincinnati and Appomattox , 

The Standard -Democrat, Cincinnati and Appomattox 

The Lawson Leader , 

Conductor Punch 

GRAY COUNTY. 

The New West, Cimarron and Echo 

Cimarron Herald and Kansas Sod House 

The Jacksonian, ( imarron 

Cray County Echo, Ingalls and Cimarron 

Ingalls Union. 

Gray County Republican, Ingalls 

The Montezuma Chief 

Ensign Razzoop , 

GREELEY COUNTY. 

Greeley County Gazette, Greeley Center and Horace 

Greeley County News, Greeley Center and Horace 

Horace Messenger 

—5 



Years, 



1886-1888 


3 


1882 


1 


1882,1883 


1 


1884-1886 


8 


1887,1888 


1 


1885-1888 


2 


1885-1888 


8 


1885-1888 


3 


1886-1888 


1 


1887,1888 




1887,1888 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1886,1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1880 


1 


1885,1887 


3 


1885,1888 


3 


1885,1888 


3 


1886-1888 


3 


1887,1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1887,1888 


1 


1879,1880 


1 


1881 


1 


1884-1888 


4 


1887,1888 


1 


1879,1880 


1 


1879-1888 


10 


1881 


1 


1882,1883 


1 


1885-1888 


2 


1885-1888 


•6 


1880,1881 


1 



1887 



1885-1888 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1885-1888 



1887, 



1887,1888 



70 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 




GREELEY COUNTY — Concluded. 

Hector Echo 

Greeley County Tribune, Tribune, and Reid 

Greeley County Enterprise, Tribune 

Greeley County Republican, Reid 

Colokan Graphic 



GREENWOOD COUNTY. 

Eureka Censorial 

Eureka Herald 

The Graphic, Eureka 

The Eureka Republican 

Greenwood County Republican, Eureka 

The Eureka Sun 

Greenwood County Democrat, Eureka.... 

Democratic Messenger, Eureka 

Madison Times , 

The Madison News 

The Zenith, and the Madison Times 

Fall River Times 

Fall River Echo 

Fall River Courant 

Severy Pioneer 

Southern Kansas Journal, Severy 

Severy Liberal 

Severy Record 

The Kansas Clipper, Severy 

The Sunflower, Reece 

Greenwood Review, Virgil 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 

The Syracuse Journal 

Syracuse Sentinel, (removed from Johnson City, Stanton county,). 

Syracuse Democrat , 

Democratic Principle, Syracuse 

West Kansas News, Syracuse 

Border RuflSan, Coolidge 

Coolidge Citizen 

Coolidge Times , 

Surprise Post 

The Signal, Kendall , 

The Kendall Boomer 

Kendall Republican 

Kendall Gazette , 

Johnson City Sentinel, (since in Stanton county,) 

Enfield Tribune 



HARPER COXTNTY. 

The Anthony Republican 

Anthony Daily Republican 

Harper County Enterprise, Anthony 

The Harper County Democrat, Anthony 

Anthony Free Press, daily 

Anthony Journal 

Anthony Daily Journal 

Harper County Times, Harper 

The Sentinel, Harper 

The Daily Sentinel, Harper 

Harper Graphic 

Harper Daily Graphic 

BluflF City Tribune 

The Danville Courant 

The Danville Express 

The Attica Advocate 

Attica Bulletin 

Attica Daily Advocate 

Freeport Leader 

Midlothian Sun, Freeport 

The Freeport Tribune, (changed from Sun,) 

The Crisfield Courier 



HARVEY COUNTY. 



Zur Heimath, (semi-monthly), Halstead 

The Halstead Independent 

The Halstead Clipper 

Halstead Herald 

Harvey County News, Newton 

The Newton Republican, (changed from Harvey County News,; 



1880,1887 
1887,18^8 
1887,1888 
1837,1888 



1876-1879 
1876-1888 
1879-1882 
1879, 18% 
1^80-1888 
1879, 18S0 
1 882-1 «84 
1884-1888 
1877.1878 
] 879-1 88S 
1886-1 8H8 
1881-18^8 
1883-1886 
1886-1888 
1882 
1881-1887 
1885,18% 
1887,1888 
1887,188s 
1885,1886 
1887,1888 



1885-1888 
18S6-1888 

18S7 
1887,1888 

1887 
18S5-1S87 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 

18% 
1883,1887 
1886-1888 
1886,1887 

1H87 
1886-1888 
1886,1887 



1879-1888 
1886-1888 
1885-18S8 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1878-1884 

188>i 
1878-1885 
1882-1888 
1886-1888 
1883-1888 

1886 
1886-1888 
1888,1884 
188.=), 1886 
1885-1888 
1886-1888 

1887 
1885-1883 
1885,1886 

1886 
1886-18S8 



1875-1881 
1881-1888 
1884-1886 
1887,1888 
1876-1879 
1879-1888 



Sixth Biennial Repobt. 



71 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



Newspapers. 




HARVEY covsTY —concluded. 

Newton Daily Republican 

Newton Kansan 

Newton Daily Kansan 

The Golden Gate, Newton 

Das Neiie Vaterland, Newton 

The Newton Democrat 

Newton Anzeiger 

The Kansas (."ommoner, Newton 

The Kansas Chrotiicle, Newton 

The Burrton Telephone 

The Burrton Monitor 

The Burrton Graphic 

The Jayhawker and Palladium, Sedgwick 

The Pantagraph, Sedgwick 

Walton Independent 



HASKELL COUNTY. 

Ivanhoe Times , 

Santa Fe Trail 

Santa F6 Champion 

Haskell County Review, Santa F6 

Haskell County Republican, Santa F6 , 

The Santa Fe Leader 



HODGEMAN COUNTY. 

Agitator, Hodgeman Center 

Republican, Fordham 

The Buckner Independent, Jetmore 

The Jetmore Reveille 

Hodgeman County Scimitar, Jetmore 

Jetmore Siftings 

Jetmore Journal 

The Orwell Times 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

Holton Express 

Holton Recorder 

The Holton Argus 

The Holton Signal 

Jackson County Federal, Holton 

The Bee (daily and weekly), Netawaka and Holton... 

The Whiting Weekly News 

The Hoyt Times 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

The Kansas Educational Journal, Grasshopper Falls. ( See Leavenworth county.) 

The Kansas New Era, Grasshopper Falls 

Valley Falls New Era 

The Valley Falls Liberal and the Kansas Liberal (monthly), Valley Falls and Lawrence. 

Lucifer, (the Light-Bearer,) Valley Falls 

Valley Falls Register 

The Oskaloosa Independent 

Sickle and Sheaf, Oskaloosa 

Oskaloosa Weekly Sickle » 

The Winchester Argus 

The Winchester Herald 

The Kaw Valley Chief, Perry 

The Perry Monitor and Kaw Valley Chief (second), Perry 

The Norton ville News 

Meriden Report 

The Osawkie Times 

The McLouth Times 



JEWELL COUNTY. 

Jewell County Diamond, Jewell City , 

Jewell County Republican, Jewell City 

Jewell County Monitor, Jewell Center 

Jewell County Monitor and Diamond, Jewell Center.. 
Jewell County Monitor, Jewell Center and Mankato.. 
Jewell County Review, Jewell Center and Mankato.... 

Mankato Review 

Mankato Daily Review 

The Kansas Jewellite, Mankato 

The .lacksonian, Mankato 

White Oak Independent 

Jewell County Journal. Omio 

Western Advocate, Omio 



1876-1888 
1887,1888 
1879-1882 

1879 
1883-1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 

1888 
1878-1881 
1881-1888 
1886-1888 
1882-1884 
1884-1888 



1886-1888 
1888,1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1879,1880 

1879 

1879-1881 

1882-1888 



1887,1888 
1885,1886 



1872-1875 
1875-1888 
1877 
1878-1888 
1886,1887 
1879,1880 



1887 



1866,1867 
1873-1888 
1880-1883 
1883-1888 
1881-1888 
1870-1888 
1873-1879 
1879-1886 
1879-1888 
1888 
1879-1882 
1883,1884 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1887,1888 



1876,1877 
1879-1888 
1876,1877 
1878,1879 
1880-1888 
1879-1882 
1883-1888 
1887 



1879 

1879,1880 

18^ 



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State histobical Society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



Years. 



JEWELL COUNTY — COWC^Mded. 

The Omio Mail 

Burr Oak Reveille 

Burr Oak Herald 

Burr Oak Rustler 

Independent Republican, Burr Oak 

Salem Chronicle 

Salem Argus 

The People's Friend, Salem 

Eandall Register 

Randall Tribune.... v 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Olathe Mirror 

Mirror and News-Letter, Olathe 

The Olathe Mirror, (1884-6, see below,) 

Olathe Mirror-Gazette 

Western Progress, Olathe 

Kansas Star, Olathe 

Olathe Leader 

Olathe Gazette 

Educational Advocate, Olathe 

Johnson County Democrat, Olathe 

Kansas Patron, Olathe 

The Olathe Republican 

Kansas Register, Spring Hill 

Weekly Review, Spring Hill 

Spring Hill New Era 



KEARNEY COUNTY. 

Lakin Herald 

The Kearney County Advocate, Lakin 

Pioneer Democrat, Lakin , 

Hartland Times , 

Hartland Herald 

Kearney County Coyote, Chantilly, and Omaha 



KINGMAN COUNTY. 

The Kingman Mercury 

The Kingman Blade 

The Kingman County Citizen, Kingman 

The Kingman County Republican, Kingman 

Citizen-Republican, Kingman 

Southern Kansas Democrat, Kingman 

The Kingman Courier 

Kingman Daily Courier 

Kingman Leader 

Kingman News 

Kingman Daily News, (November, 1887, to February, 1888, lacking,). 

Voice of the People, Kingman 

News, Norwich 

Ninnescah and Cunningham Herald 

The Spivey Dispatch 

New Murdock Herald 

The Penalosa News 

The Nashville News 



KIOWA COUNTY. 

Wellsford Register 

Wellsford Republican 

Kiowa County Democrat, Wellsford 

The Democrat and Watchman, Dowell post oflace 

Comanche Chief and The Kiowa Chief, Reeder 

Greensburg Signal 

Greensburg Rustler 

Greensburg Republican 

Mullinville Mallet 

The Weekly Telegram, Mullinville 

The Haviland Tribune 



Parsons Sun 

Parsons Sun, daily 

Parsons Eel ipse 

Parsons Daily Eclipse 

Daily Outlook, Parsons 

Daily Infant Wonder, Parsons. 
Daily Republican, Parsons 



LABETTE COUNTY. 



1884 
1880-1884 
1883-1888 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 

1882 
1883-1888 
1885-1887 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 



1866-1868 
1876-1882 
1882-1888 
1883-1886 
1876-1880 
1876-1888 
1879-1882 
1879-1883 

1880 
1882-1888 
1882-1888 
1884,1885 

1878 
1881,1882 
1883-1885 



1882-1884 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1886,1887 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1879-1884 
1882-1884 
1884 
1883-1888 
1884-1888 
1887,1888 



1887,1888 
1887 

1887,1888 
1888 



1885 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1885,1886 

1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1886-1888 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 



1876-1888 
1884-1888 
1876-1888 
1881-1888 i 15 
1877,1878 1 
1878-1880 3 
1880,1881 1 2 




SIXTH BIENNIAL RE POET. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 




LABETTE COUNTY — Concluded. 

Parsons Palladium 

The Daily Evening Star, Parsons, (April 6 to October 19, 1881,). 

Southern Kansas Advance, Chetopa 

Chetopa Advance 

Chetopa Herald , 

Chetopa Statesman 

The Chetopa Democrat , 

Oswego Independent 

Labette County Democrat, Oswego 

The Oswego Republican 

The Oswego Daily Republican 

The Oswego Bee 

The Oswego Daily Bee 

Mound Valley Herald 

Mound Valley News 

The Altamont Sentinel 

The Edna Star 



LANE COUNTY. 



Lane County Gazette, California. 
Lane County Herald, Dighton.... 

The Dighton Journal 

Dighton Republican 



LEAVENWORTH COUNTY. 

Kansas Herald, Leavenworth 

Kansas Territorial Register, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Conservative, daily, (January to June, 1867, lacking,) 

Times and Conservative, Leavenworth (daily) 

Leavenworth Times, daily, (July to October, 1878, lacking,) 

Leavenworth Times (weekly) 

Leavenworth Daily Commercial 

Kansas Freie Presse, Leavenworth (weekly) 

Kansas Freie Presse, Leavenworth (daily) 

Leavenworth Appeal 

Leavenworth Appeal and Herald ^.... 

Leavenworth Appeal and Tribune •. 

Public Press, Leavenworth (weekly) 

Public Press, Leavenworth, daily, (from July, 1877, to June, 1879, lacking) 

Home Record, Leavenworth (monthly) 

Democratic Standard, Leavenworth (weekly) 

Kansas Farmer, Leavenworth (monthly) 

Leavenworth Evening Standard 

The Kansas Educational Journal, monthly: Leavenworth, January, 1864, to August, 
1865 ; Grasshopper Falls, September, 1865, to January, 1866 ; Topeka, June, 1866, to 
August, 1867; Emporia, September, 1867, to April, 1871 ; Emporia and Topeka, May, 
1871, to April, 1873 

Orphan's Friend, Leavenworth (monthly) 

The Western Homestead, Leavenworth (monthly) 

The Workingnian's Friend, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Weekly Chronicle 

The Visitor, Leavenworth 

The Catholic, Leavenworth 

The Kansas Prohibitionist, Leavenworth 

Kansas Commoner, Leavenworth 

Truth, monthly, Leavenworth 

The Daily Sun, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Post (daily) 

The Tonganoxie Mirror 

The Tonganoxie News, changed from Linwood Leader 

The Linwood Leader 

LINCOLN COUNTY, 



1876-1878 
1878-1888 
1876-1878 



1876-1888 



1881-1886 
1881-1883 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1885-1888 
1886,1887 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1880-1882 
1885-1888 



1887,1888 



1854-1859 
1855 
1861-1«68 
1869,1870 
1870-1888 
1876-1880 
1873-1876 
1876-1886 
1876-1886 
1876-1878 
1879 
1879,1880 
1877-1883 
1877-1882 
1876-1888 



Lincoln County News, Lincoln Center 

Saline Valley Register, Lincoln Center 

Lincoln Register, Lincoln Center 

Saline Valley Register, Lincoln Center 

Lincoln Banner. Lincoln Center 

Lincoln Republican, Lincoln Center 

The Argus and Beacon, Lincoln Center 

The Beacon of Lincoln County, Lincoln Center.. 

The Lincoln Beacon, Lincoln Center 

Lincoln County Democrat, Lincoln 

The Sylvan Grove Sentinel 



1867-1872 
1881-1888 



1864-1873 
1878-1888 
1878-1882 
1881-1883 
1883,1884 
188.'-1884 
1885-1888 
1883,1884 
1884,1885 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1888 
1882-1888 
1885-1887 
1883,1884 



1873 
1876-1879 
1879,1880 
1881-1883 
1884-1886 
1886-1888 

1880 
1881-1884 
1884-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



74 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



LINN COUNTY. 



Border Sentinel, Mound City 

Linn County Clarion, Mound City. 

Mound City Progress 

La Cygne Weekly Journal 

La Cygne Leader 

The Pleasanton Observer 

The Pleasauton Herald 

The Piescott Eagle 

The Blue Mound Sun 



LOGAN COUNTY. 



The Oakley Opinion , 

The Oakley Republican 

Oakley Saturday Press 

Logan County Times, Oakley and Russell Springs 

The Courier, Ennis and Monument 

The Scout, Gopher and Winona, ( bound with Winona Messenger,). 

The Winona Clipper 

McAllaster Weekly Record 

Augustine Herald 

The Leader, Russell Springs 

The Record, Russell Springs 

The Logan County Republican, Russell Springs 



LYON COUNTY. 



Emporia News 

Emporia Daily News 

Kansas Educational Journal, Emporia, (see Leavenworth county, 

Emporia Ledger 

The Hatchet (monthly), Emporia ... 

The Educationalist (monthly,) Emporia 

Emporia Sun 

The Kansas Greenbacker, and the National Era, Emporia 

The Emporia Journal 

The Kansas Sentinel, Emporia 

Daily Bulletin, Emporia '. 

Emporia Daily Republican 

The Emporia Republican 

Emporia Democrat 

Emporia Daily Globe 

The Fanatic, Emporia 

The Hartford Enterprise 

The Hartford Weekly Call 

Americus Weekly Herald 

The Americus Ledger 

The Neosho Vivifier, Neosho Rapids 

The Neosho Valley Press, Neosho Rapids 

The Admire City Free Press 

The Allen Tidings 



M'PHERSON COUNTY. 

The McPherson Independent 

The McPherson Freeman 

McPherson Daily Freeman 

The McPherson Republican 

McPherson Daily Republican 

The Comet, McPherson 

Industrial Liberator, McPherson 

The McPherson Independent, McPherson 

The McPherson Press. 

The McPherson County Champion, McPherson 

The Democrat, McPherson 

Kansas State Register, McPherson 

The McPherson Anzeiger 

Lindsborg Localist 

Smoky Valley News, Lindsborg 

Kansas Posten, Lindsborg 

The Canton Monitor 

Canton Carrier 

The Windom Record 

The Windom Enterprise 

The Moundridge Leader 

Marquette Monitor 




1866-1874 
1876-1888 
1884-1888 
1876-1888 
1887,1888 
1876-1(^88 
1882-1888 
1883-1888 
1883-1888 



1885-1888 
1887,1888 



1887,1888 



1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887 
1^88 



1866-1888 

1878-1888 

1876-1880 
1877,1878 
1879-1880 
1878,1879 
1878,1879 
1880,1881 
1880-1882 
1881 
1881-1888 
1886-1888 
1882-1888 
1886,1887 
18S7, 18*^8 
1879,1880 
1879-1888 
1881,1882 
1885-1888 
18S5,1886 
1886,1887 
18S7,1888 
Ib87,l888 



1876-1879 
1878-1888 
1887,1888 
1879-1888 
1887,1888 
1881,1882 

1882 
1882-1884 
1884,1885 
1885,1887 ! 
1886-1888 

1887 
1887,1888 
1879-1883 
1881-1888 
1882,1883 

1880 
1885,1888 
1884-1886 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 




Sixth biennial Re poet. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 




MARION COUNTY. 

Marion County Record, Marion Center 

The School Galaxy, Marion Center 

Central Kansas Telegraph, Marion Center 

Marion Banner, Marion Center 

Marion Graphic, Marion Center 

Marion County Democrat and Independent, Marion Center. 

The Marion Register, Marion 

The Marion Tribune 

The Cottonwood Valley Times, Marion 

Marion Daily Times , 

The Marion County Anzeiger, Marion and Hillsboro 

The Peabddy Gazette 

The Peabody Daily Gazette 

Peabody Reporter 

The Peabody Post 

Marion Graphic, Peabody 

Florence Herald, (1886 lacking,) 

Florence Tribune 

Florence Weekly News.. 

The Florence Weekly Bulletin 

Hillsboro Phonograph 

The Intel'igencer, Hillsboro 

Freundschafts-Kreis, Hillsboro 

Hillsboro Herald 

Canada Arcade 

MARSHALL COUNTY. 

The Mjirysville Enterprise (volumes 1 and 3) 

The Lantern, Marysville 

The Marshall County News, Marysville 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Marysville 

Marysville Signal 

Marysville Post, (German,) 

Marshall County Democrat, Marysville 

The P.ugle Call, Marysville 

The True Republican, Marysville 

The Waierville Telegraph, (1874 and 1875 lacking,) 

Blue Rapids Times 

The Blu^ Rapids Lyre 

Irving, Blue Valley Gazette 

The Irving Citizen 

The Irving Leader 

Frankfort Record 

The National Headlight, Frankfort 

The Frankfort Bee 

The Frankfort .Sentinel 

The Beat tie Boomerang 

The North Star, Beattie 

The Star, Beattie 

The Visitor, Axtell 

Axtell Anchor 

Lincoln ville Star 

MEADE COUNTY. 

Fowler City Graphic 

The Fowler City Advocate 

Meade County Globe, Meade Center 

Meade Center Press 

The Press-Democrat, Meade Center 

Meade Center Telegram.. 

The Meade Republican, Meade Center 

The Hornet, Spring Lake, and Artois, Artesian City 

The Guardian, West Plains 

The West Plains News and Democrat 

Meade County Times, Mertilla 

MIAMI COUNTY. 

The Western Spirit, Paola 

The Miami Republican, Paola 

Republican-Citizen, Paola 

Miami Talisman, Paola 

Paola Times 

The Border Chief, Louisburg 

Watchman, Louisburg 

The Louisburg Herald 

Osawatomie Times 

The Osawatomie Sentinel 



1875-1888 


13 


1877 


1 


1880 


1 


1880,1881 


2 


1882,1883 


1 


1883,1884 


1 


1885,1888 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1887,1888 


2 


1888 


2 


1887,1888 


1 


1876-1888 


13 


1887 


1 


1880 


1 


1882 


1 


1883-1888 


5 


1876-1888 


12 


1884-1886 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1887,1888 


2 


1881 


1 


1881,1882 


1 


1885,1886 


2 


1886,1887 


2 


1887 


1 


1866-1868 


2 


1876 


1 


1876-1888 


13 


1879-1881 


2 


1881-1883 


2 


1881-1888 


7 


1883-1888 


6 


1885,1886 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1870-1888 


17 


1876-1888 


13 


1886,1887 


1 


1876-1878 


3 


1880 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1876-1879 


4 


1879-1881 


2 


1881-1888 


8 


1886-1888 


2 


1883,1884 


1 


1884,1885 


1 


1885-1888 


4 


1883,1884 


1 


1883-1888 


5 


1887,1888 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1886 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1885,1886 


1 


1886-1888 




1886 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1886,1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1874-1888 


15 


1876-1888 


13 


1878-1880 


2 


f881,1882 


1 


1882-1888 


7 


1879-1881 


2 


1881 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1880,1881 


1 


1885,1886 


2 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Contikued. 



Newspapers. 



Osawatomie Gaslight... 
Graphic, Osawatomie.. 
Fontana News 



MIAMI COUNTY— conc/wded. 



MITCHELL COUNTY. 

Beloit Gazette, (duplicates from April, 1872, to April, 1873 ; 1873, 1874 and 1875 lacking;) 

Beloit Weeklv Record 

The Beloit Courier 

Beloit Weekly Democrat 

Western Democrat, Beloit, (1882 and 1883 lacking,) 

The Western Nationalist, Beloit 

The Echo, Cawker City , 

The Cawker City Free Press 

Cawker City .lournal 

The Public Record, Cawker City 

Glen Elder Key 

Glen Elder Herald 

Simpson Siftings 

Scottsville Independent. 



Years. 



1887,1888 

1888 

1885-1888 



1872-1888 
1877-1879 
1879-1888 
1878-1880 
1880-1888 
1882,1883 
1876-1878 
1878-1883 
1880-1888 
1883-1888 
1880 
1885-1888 
1884-1886 



to February 17, 1886,). 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Independence Courier 

Independence Kansan 

The Star, Independence 

The Star and Kansan, Independence , 

The South Kansas Tribune, Independence 

TheWorkingman's Courier, Independence 

The Living Age, Independence 

The Evening Reporter, Independence, (lacking from 18! 

The Independence News (daily and weekly) 

Montgomery Argus, Independence 

Coflfeyville Journal 

The Gate City Enterprise, Coffeyville 

Gate City Gazette, Coffeyville , 

The Sun, Coffeyville 

Cherry vale Leader 

Cherryvale Globe 

Cherry vale News ;.. 

Cherry Valley Torch, Cherryvale 

Cherryvale Globe-News 

The Globe and Torch, Cherry vale , 

Daily Globe and Torch, Cherryvale 

The Weekly Clarion, Cherryvale 

Cherryvale Bulletin. 

The Cherryvale Republican 

The Cherryvale Champion 

The Elk City Globe 

The Elk City Star ! 1884-1*^86 

The Elk City Democrat i 1885,1886 

The Elk City Eagle 1886-1888 

TheCaney Chronicle: ^ 1885-1888 

The Havana Vidette > 1885,1886 

Havana Weekly Herald I 1887,1888 

Liberty Light 1886 

The Liberty Review | 1886-1888 



1874,1875 
1876-1884 

1882-1884 
1885-1888 
1876-1888 
1877-1879 

1881 
1882-1888 

1886 

1886 
1876-1888 
1884,1885 
1886,1887 
1886-1888 

1877 
1879-1882 
1881,1882 
1882-1885 
1882-1H84 
188.'5-1888 
1885-1887 

1885 
1884-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1882-1887 



MORRIS COUNTY. 



Morris County Republican, Council Grove 

Council Grove Democrat 

Republican and Democrat, Council Grove 

Council Grove Republican 

Morris County Times, Council Grove 

The Kansas Cosmos, Council Grove, (January to July, 1885, lacking; October 15, 1886, 

Cosmos consolidated with Council Grove Republicanj) 

The Council Grove Guard 

The Anti-Monopolist, Council Gi'ove 

Morris County Enterprise, Parkerville 

The Parkerville Times 

The Morris County News, White City 

The Dwight Wasp 



Frisco Pioneer 

Morton Countv Democrat, Frisco.. 

The Richfield Leader 

The Leader-Democrat, Richfield... 



MORTON COUNTY. 



1881-1886 
1884-1888 
1888 
1878-1884 
1887,1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1876,1877 1 

1876,1877 I 2 

1877-1879 I 2 

1879-1888 i 10 

1880,1881 i 2 



1886,1887 1 

1886-1888 ' 1 

1886,1887 1 

1888 i 1 




Sixth Biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS — Continued. 




MORTON COVSTY— concluded. 

The Richfield Republican 

The Great Southwest, Richfield 

The Taloga Star 



1887, 
1887, 
1887. 



NEMAHA COUNTY. 

Seneca Weekly Courier | 1875-1884 

Seneca Courier-Democrat 1885, 1888 

— - - - 1879-1888 

1885,1886 
1876-1888 
1876,1877 
1884-1888 
1879-1882 
1883,1884 
1885,1886 
1882-1888 
1883,1884 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 



The Seneca Tribune. 

Our Mission, Seneca 

Nemaha County Republican, Sabetha 

The Sabetha Advance 

Sabetha Weekly Herald 

The Oneida Journal 

The Oneida Chieftain, Democrat, and Dispatch 

The Oneida Monitor 

The Wetmore Spectator, (lacking from August, 1884, to August, 1885,). 

The Centralia Enterprize , 

The Centralia .Journal 

The GoflF's News 



NEOSHO COUNTY. 

Neosho County Journal, Osage Mission j 1876-1888 

The Temperance Banner, Osage Mission { 1878-1880 

Neosho Valley Enterprise, Osage Mission 

The Neosho County Democrat, Osage Mission 

Neosho County Record, Erie 

The Neosho County Republican, Erie 

The People's Vindicator, Erie 

Republican-Record, Erie 

Chanute Times 

The Chanute Democrat 

The Chanute Chronicle 

Chanute Blade 

The Chan uteVidette 

Head Light, Thayer 

The Thayer Herald 

Star of Hope, Urbana 



The Pioneer, Clarinda & Sidney 

The Advance, Sidney 

Ness City Times 

The Truth, Ness City 

The News, Ness City 

The Ness City Graphic 

Walnut Vallev Sentinel, Ness City. 

The Globe, Schoharie 

The Harold Boomer and Record .... 

Nonchalanta Herald 

The Bazine Register 



NESS COUNTY. 



NORTON COUNTY. 

Norton County Advance, Norton 

Norton County People, Norton 

The Norton Courier 

Norton Champion 

The Norton Democrat, and Weekly New Era 

The Lenora Leader , 

The Kansas Northwest, Lenora 

The Kansas Monitor, Lenora 

The Common People, Lenora 

The Lenora Record 

The Norton County Badger, and\ 

The Edmond Times, Edmond. j 

The AlmenaStar 

Almena Plaindealer 

The Oronoque Magic 



OSAGE COUNTY. 

Osage County Chronicle, Burlingame, (1872 lacking) 

Osage County Democrat, Burlingame 

Burlingame Herald 

Burlingame Independent, (changed from Carbondale Calendar, January 28 to April 1, 
1886; Carbondale Independent, April8 to May 13, 1886, then moved to Burlingame,)... 

Burlingame News, amateur 

Osage City Free Press 

The Kansas Times, Osage City, (moved from Lyndon,) 

The Osage City Republican 



1880-1882 


2 


1883-1888 


5 


1876-1886 


11 


1884-1886 


3 


1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1876-1888 


13 


1879-1882 


3 


1882,1883 


2 


1883-1888 


5 


1887,1888 


1 


1876-1888 


13 


1885,1886 


1 


1878 


1 


1879-1882 


3 


1882-1883 


1 


1880-1888 


8 


1883-1884 


1 


1884-1888 


4 


1886 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1883, 1884 


1 


1887,1888 


2 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1878-1882 


5 


1880-1883 


2 


1883-1888 


6 


1884-1888 


4 


1886-1888 


2 


18R2-1888 


6 


1884,1885 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1H86,1887 


1 


1887.1888 


1 


1886-1888 


3 


1885-1888 


3 


1888 


1 


1886 


1 


1868-1888 


19 


1881-1887 


4 


1881-1884 


2 


1886-1888 


2 


1886-1888 


1 


1876-1888 


13 


1879-1881 


3 


1882,1883 


1 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



OSAGE COUNTY — Concluded, 



Osage County Democrat, Osage City 

The Kansas People, Osage City 

Kansas People (daily), Osage City 

Lyndon Times 

The Lyndon Journal 

The Lyndon Leader 

Kansas Plebeian, Lyndon and Scranton 

Osage County Times, Scranton 

The Carbondale Journal 

Carbondale Independent 

Astonisher& Paralyzer, Carbondale 

The Carbondalian, Carbondale 

The Carbondale Record 

Kansas Workmaij, Scranton and Quenemo. 

Osage County Republican, Quenemo 

Melvern Record 



OSBORNE COUNTY. 

Osborne County Farmer, Osborne 

The Truth Teller, Osborne 

Daily News, Osborne 

Osborne County News, Osborne , 

Western Odd Fellow (monthly), Osborne 

Osborne County Journal, Osborne 

Bull's City Post 

Osborne County Key, Bull's City 

The Western Empire, Bull's City 

The Western Empire, Alton 

Downs Times 

Downs Chief. 

Portis Patriot 



OTTAWA COUNTY. 

The Solomon Valley Mirror, Minneapolis 

The Sentinel, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis Messenger, (successor to Sentinel,) 

The Daily Messenger, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis Independent 

Ottawa County Index, Minneapolis 

The Progressive Current, Minneapolis 

Solomon Valley Democrat, Minneapolis 

The Daily Institute, Minneapolis, Nos. 1 to 20...., 

Kansas Workman, monthly, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis School Journal 

The Sprig of Myrtle, monthly, Minneapolis 

Ottawa County Commercial, Minneapolis 

The Delphos Herald 

Delphos Carrier 

Bennington Star 

The Bennington Journal 

The Tescott Herald 



PAWNEE COUNTY. 

Larned Press 

The Pawnee County Herald, Larned 

The Larned EnterpVise-Chronoscope 

Larned Daily Chronoscope 

The Larned Optic 

The Larned Weekly Eagle-Optic 

Garfield Letter 

The Garfield News 

TheBurdett Bugle 

Pawnee County Republican 



PHILLIPS COUNTY. 

The Kirwin Chief. 

Kirwin Progress and Kirwin Democrat 

The Independent, Kirwin 

Kirwin Republican 

Phillips County Herald, Phillipsburg 

The Phillipsburg Times 

The Phillipsburg Dispatch 

Phillipsburg Democrat 

Logan Enterprise 

Phillips County Freeman, Logan 

The Logan Republican 

The Long Island Argus 

Long Island Leader 

Phillips County Democrat, Long Island 




1886,1887 

1887,1888 

1887,1888 

1876-1879 

1882-1888 

1882,1883 

1882 

1888 

1879 

1882-1884 

1885-1887 

1887,1888 

1888 

1883-1888 

1886-1888 

1884-1888 



1876-1888 

1880 

1881 

1883-1888 

18.^6-1888 

1886-1888 

1880 

1881,1882 

1883-1885 

1885-1888 

1880-1888 

1886-1888 

1881-1888 



1874-1886 
1876-1883 
1883-1888 

1887 
1876-1881 
1880-1883 
1683,1884 
1 884-1 8^8 

1885 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1879,1880 
1881-1888 
1883-1888 

1885 
1887,1888 

1876-1878 
1877,1878 
1878-1888 
1887,1888 
1878-18>i4 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1687,1888 
1680-1888 
1886,1887 

1876-1888 
1877,1878 
1880-1888 
1883,1884 
1878-1888 
1684,1885 
1886-1868 
1887,1888 
1879-18«3 
1883-1688 
1885-1888 

1885 
1886-1868 

1886 




Sixth biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 




PHILLIPS covsTY— concluded. 

Phillips County Inter-Ocean, Long Island 

Marvin Monitor 

Woodruflf Gazette and Republican.. 

POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. 

Pottawatomie Gazette, Louisville, (vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, and duplicate vol. 1,) 

Kansas Reporter, Louisville 

Pottawatomie County Herald, Louisville 

The Louisville Republican (and The Semi-Weekly Republican) 

The Louisville Indicator 

Weekly Kansas Valley, Wamego 

The Wamego Blade 

The Wamego Tribune 

Kansas Agriculturist, Wamego 

Wamego Democrat 

The Daily Wamegan, Wamego 

St. Marys Times 

St. Marys Democrat , 

Pottawatomie Chief, St. Marys 

St. Marys Express 

St. Marys Star 

St. Marys Gazette 

Inkslingers' Advertiser, Westmoreland 

The Weekly Period, Westmoreland 

The Westmoreland Recorder 

The Onaga Journal 

The Onaga Democrat 

Independent and Morning News, Havensville 

The Olsburg News-Letter 

PKATT COUNTY. 

The Stafford Citizen 

Pratt County Press, luka 

Pratt County Times, luka , 

The luka Traveler 

The Saratoga Sun 

Pratt CoiLnty Democrat, Saratoga 

TheCullison Banner 

Pratt County Register, Pratt 

The Pratt County Republican, Pratt 

The Preston Herald 

Springvale Advocate 

RAWLINS COUNTY. 

Atwood Pioneer 

Republican Citizen, Atwood 

Rawlins County Democrat, Atwood and Blakeman 

The Atwood Journal 

The Liidell Settler 

The Celia Enterprise 

The Blakeman Register 

The Herndon Courant 

RENO COUNTY. 

Hutchinson News 

Hutchinson Daily News 

Hutchinson Herald 

The Interior, Hutchinson 

The Interior-Herald, Hutchinson 

Hutchinson Daily Interior-Herald , 

The Sunday Democrat, The Dollar Democrat, The Democrat, and The Hutchinson 

Democrat 

The Hutchinson Call (daily) 

The Argosy, Nickerson , 

The Nickerson Register 

The Arlington Enterprise 

The Nickerson Daily Register 

The South Hutchinson Leader 

The Saturday Review, South Hutchinson 

Sylvia Telephone 

The Haven In<lependent 

TheTuron Rustler 

Partridge Cricket and Press 

Lerado Ledger 



1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1886.1887 



1867-1870 
1870-1887 

1879 
1882-1886 
1887,18S-8 
1869-1871 

1876 
1877-1882 
1879-1888 
1885,1886 
1887,1888 
1876,1877 

1878 
1878,1879 
1880-1888 
1884-1888 

1888 

1878 
1832-1885 
1885-1888 
1878-1885 
1885-1887 
1^80-1882 
1887,1888 



1877,1878 
1878-1887 
1881-1888 
1886-1888 
1885-1887 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1888 
1887,1888 



1879-1882 
1880-1888 
1885-1888 

1888 
1884-1887 
1885-1888 
1887-1888 

1888 



1876-1888 
1886-1888 
1876-1885 
1877-1885 
1885-1888 
1887 

1883-1888 
1888 
1878-1888 
1884-1888 
1885-1888 
1887 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1886-1888 
18><6-1888 
1886-18f;8 
1886,1887 
1886-1888 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



Newspapers. 




REPUBLIC COUNTY. 

The Belleville Republic 

The Belleville Telescope 

The Weeklv Record, Belleville 

The Belleville Democrat 

Scandia Republic 

The Republic County Journal, Scandia 

Republican-.Tournal, Scandia 

Scandia Journal 

Republic County Independent, Scandia 

Republic County Chief, Scandia , 

The Scandia Independent 

White Rock Independent 

Republic City News. 

Conservative Cuban, Cuba 

Republic County Pilot, Cuba 

The Wayne Register 

The Warwick Leader , 

RICE COUNTY. 

Rice County Gazette, Sterling 

Sterling Gazette 

Weekly Bulletin, and The Sterling Bulletin 

The Lyons Republican 

The Daily Republican, Lyons 

The Lyons Daily Republican 

Central Kansas Democrat, (1882 and 1883 lacking,) Lyoas 

Central Kansas Democrat, daily, Lyons 

The Lyons Prohibitionist 

The Soldiers' and Lyons Tribune 

The Rural West, Little River ;. 

The Little River Monitor 

The Chase Dispatch 

The Weekly Record, Chase , 

The Daily Bulletin, Sterling 

Sterling Republican, weekly , 

Sterling Republican, daily 

The Arkansas Valley Times, Sterling 

The Saturday Republican 

Geneseo Herald 

The Raymond Independent 

The Cain City Razzooper 

Partridge Press 

Independent, Frederick 

The Alden Herald 

RILEY COUNTY, 

Manhattan Express 

The Kansas Radical, Manhattan, (duplicate of 1867 and 1868,) 

The Manhattan Independent, (1865 lacking,) 

The Manhattan Standard, (triplicate of 1869 and duplicate of 1870,) 

Manhattan Homestead 

The Nationalist, Manhattan, (eleven duplicates,) 

The Literary Review, Manhattan 

Manhattan Beacon, (two duplicates,) 

The Industrialist, Manhattan, (twelve duplicates,) 

Manhattan Enterprise 

The Kansas Telephone, Manhattan 

The Manhattan Republic 

Manhattan Daily Republic 

The Independent, Manhattan 

The Mercury, Manhattan 

The Golden Cresset (monthly), Manhattan 

The Journal of Mycology (monthly), Manhattan 

The Riley Times , 

The Independent, Riley Center 

Randolph Echo 

Leonard ville Monitor 

ROOKS COUNTY. 

The Stockton News and the Western News, (except 1881, see Plainville News,) 

Rooks County Record, Stockton 

Stockton Democrat 

Stockton Eagle 

The Plainville News, (moved from Stockton for one year,) 

The Plainville Press 

Plainville Echo 

Plainville Times 



1876 
1876-1888 
1883-1885 
1886-1888 

1877 
1878-1880 

1881 
1882-1888 
1883-1884 
1885,1886 
1887,1888 

1879 
1883-1888 
1884-1886 
1885-1888 
1885-1887 
1886,1887 



1876- 
1881- 
1877- 
1879- 

1887, 
1879- 
1886, 
1885- 
1887, 
1881, 
1886- 
1884, 
1886- 
1887, 



1887, 
1887, 
1887, 



-1888 
-1888 
1882 
,1888 
-1887 
,1887 
-1888 
,1888 
,1882 
-1888 
,1885 
-1888 
,1888 
,1887 
1887 
1888 
1888 
,1888 
,1888 
,1888 
1887 



1860-1862 
1866-1868 
1864-1868 
1868-1870 
1869-1878 
1870-1888 

1872 
1872-1875 
1875-1888 
1876-1882 
1881-1888 
1882-1888 
1887,1888 

1883 
1884-1888 
1884,1885 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 
1879-1882 
1882-1887 
1884-1888 



1876-1888 
1879-1888 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 
1881 
1885,1886 
1884-1886 




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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 




Webster Eagle 

Webster Enterprise 

Woodston Saw and Register. 
Cresson Dispatch 



KOOKS coviiTY — concluded. 



KUSH COUNTY. 

Rush County Progress, Rush Center, and LaCrosse Eagle. 

LaCrosse Chieftain 

LaCrosse Democrat 

The Blade, Walnut City 

The Herald, Walnut City 

Walnut City Gazette, Rush Center 

The Democrat, Walnut City 

Walnut City News (daily) 

The McCracken Enterprise 



RUSSELL COUNTY. 

Russell County Record, Russell , 

Russell County Advance, Russell 

Russell Independent 

The Russell Hawkeye 

Russell Live-Stock Journal, and Russell Journal 

Russell Review, and Democratic Review, Russell 

Bunker Hill Advertiser , 

Bunker Hill Banner ; 

Bunker Hill Banner (second) 

The Bunker Hill News , 

Bunker Hill Gazette 

The Dorrance Nugget 

Luray Headlight 



The Oakley Opinion. 



ST. JOHN COUNTY. 



The Salina Herald 

Salina Daily Herald 

Saline County Journal, Salina 

Saline County Daily Journal, Salina. 

Farmers' Advocate, Salina 

The Weekly Democrat, Salina , 

Svenska Herolden, Salina , 

The Salina Independent 

The Salina Republican 

The Rising Sun, Salina 

Brook ville Independent 

Brookville Transcript 

Brookville Times 

Chico Advertiser 

The Gypsum Banner 

Gypsum Valley Echo 

Assaria Argus 



SALINE COUNTY. 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



Western Times, Scott City 

Scott County News, Scott City... 
Scott County Herald, Scott City. 
The Scott Sentinel, Scott City.... 

Grigsby City Scorcher 

The Pence Phonograph 



SEDGWICK COUNTY. 



Wichita Vidette, (August 25, 1870, to March 11, 1871,)., 

Wichita City Eagle, (1873-1876 lacking,) 

Wichita Daily Eagle 

Wichita Weekly Beacon 

The Wichita Daily Beacon 

Wichita Herald 

Stern des Westens, Wichita 

National Monitor, Wichita 

Daily Republican, Wichita 

Wichita Republican ; 

Wichita Daily Times 

Sedgwick Jayhawker and Palladium, Wichita 

The New Republic, Wichita 

Wichita Daily Evening Resident 

The Arrow, Wichita 



1885-1887 



1887,1888 



1877,1878 
1882-1888 
1887,1888 
1878-1882 
1883-1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1876-1888 
1878 
1879-1881 
1882,1883 
1885-1888 
1886-1888 
1880,1881 
1882,1883 
1884,1885 
1887,1888 
1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1876-1888 
1887,1888 
1876-1888 
1887,1888 
1876-1879 
1878,1879 
187^1881 
1882-1885 
1886-1888 
1885-1888 
1880 
1881-1888 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 



1887 
1887,1888 



1870,1871 

1872-1888 
1884-1888 
1874r-1888 
1884-1888 
1877-1879 

1879 
1879,1880 
1880,1881 
1880,1881 
1881-1884 
1882,1883 
1883-1888 

1886 
1886-1888 



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State Histobical Society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



Newspapers. 



SEDGWICK covSTY — concluded. 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Wichita 

Wichita Herald , 

The Wichita Citizen, Labor Union, Union Labor Press, and Independent., 

The Wicliila District Advocate 

Sunday Growler, Wichita 

Wichita Daily Journal 

Wichita Daily Call 

Wichita Globe 

Western Evangelist, Wichita 

The Leader, (prohibition,) Wichita, (see Topeka,) 

Cheney Journal 

The Cheney Weekly Blade 

Valley Center News 

The Mount Hope Mentor 

Clearwater Leader 

The Colwich Courier 

Garden Plain Herald 



SEQUOYAH COUNTY. 

(See Finney County.) 



The Garden City Paper 

The Irrigator, Garden City 

SEWARD COUNTY. 

The Prairie Owl, Fargo Springs 

Seward County Democrat, Fargo Springs 

The Fargo Springs News 

Springfield Transcript 

Springfield Soap-Box 

Seward County Courant, Springfield 

Seward Independent 

The Arkalon News 

The Liberal Leader 



SHAWNEE COUNTY. 

Daily Kansas Freeman, Topeka, (October 24 to November 7,) 

The Kansas Tribune, Topeka 

Topeka Tribune, (two sets,) 

The Topeka Tribune 

Topeka Daily Tribune, (January 12 to March 1,) 

The Congregational Record, Topeka, (see Douglas county). 

Weekly Kansas State Record, Topeka, (1863-1867 lacking, and 7 duplicates,) 

Daily Kansas State Record, Topeka, (January to June, 1870, lacking) 

Daily Kansas State Record, Topeka, (duplicates of above) 

Fair Daily Record, Topeka, (duplicate volume,) 

The Kansas Farmer, monthly, (Topeka, May, 18:i3, March and April, 1864; Lawrence, 

January, 1865, to July, 1867; Leavenworth, September, 1867, to December, 1873; 

Topeka, weekly, 1873 to 1884,) eight duplicates 

Kansas Educational Journal, Topeka, (see Leavenworth county). 

Topeka Leader, (1866 and 1867, duplicates,* 

Commonwealth, daily, Topeka, (50 duplicates,) 

The Weekly Commonwealth, Topeka, (13 duplicates,) 

Tanner and C' bbler, Topeka 

Kansas Magazine (monthly), Topeka 

Topeka Daily Blade, (1874 not published, 1 duplicate,) 

Topeka Weekly Blade 

Kansas State Journal (daily), Topeka 

Kansas Weekly State Journal, Topeka 

Kansas Democrat, Topeka 

American Young Folks (monthly), Topeka 

Times (daily), Topeka 

The Kansas Churchman, monthly, Topeka, U883-1885, Lawrence,) 

Commercial Advertiser, Topeka 

Educational Calendar (monthly), Topeka 

Colored Citizen, Topeka 

Der Courier, Topeka 

The Daily Capital, Topeka 

Weekly Capital and P'armers' Journal, Topeka 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Topeka 

The Kansas Methodist and Kansas Methodist-Chautauqua, Topeka, (monthly 1879,1880, 

and weekly 1831-1886,) 

The Topeka Tribune 

North Topeka Daily Argus, and Times 

The Topeka Post (daily) 

The Whim-Wham, Topeka 

The Educationist, Topeka 

Western School Journal (monthly), Topeka 

The Kansas Telegraph, Topeka 



Years. 



1886-18P8 


3 


lh85-1888 

18.S6-1888 


3 


2 


1886-1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


18S7, 1888 


4 


1887 


1 


18S7 


1 


1387, 18>8 


1 


1888 


1 


1884-18^6 


5 


18-<8 


1 


188.=S-1888 


3 


1885-lh88 


3 


1886-1»88 


3 


1887, 1' 88 


2 


1887, 1888 


1 


1879 


1 


1882 


1 


1885-1888 


2 


18S6-1.S88 


3 


18S6-1888 


2 


1886-1888 


2 


18»s7, 18S8 


1 


1887, 188s 


1 


1887, 1.-88 


1 


1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1885 


1 


1855-1858 




1838-1861 


4 


1866,1867 


1 


1864 


1 


1859-1875 


16 


1868-1871 


8 


1868-1871 


10 


1871 


1 


1863-1888 


25 


1865-1869 


6 


1869-1888 


83 


1874-1888 


13 


1872 


1 


1872, 1873 


4 


1873-1879 


10 


1876-1879 


4 


1879-1 h88 


19 


1879-1886 


7 


1874-1882 


8 


1876-1882 


7 


1876 


1 


1876-1886 


7 


1877 


1 


1877, 1878 


1 


1878, 1879 


2 


1878- 18S0 


2 


1879 1888 


20 


18S3-1888 


5 


1879-1881 


2 


1879-1888 


10 


18-0, 1881 


2 


1880, 1881 


3 


1880 


1 


1880, 18S1 


2 


1880-1884 


4 


1885-1888 


4 


1881-1888 


8 




Sixth Biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Concluded. 




SHAWNEE covTHTY — conclxided. 

Good Tidings, Topeka 

Daily Democrat and Daily State Press, Topeka 

The Colored Patriot, Topeka 

The Evening Herald, Topeka 

The Faithful Witness (semi-monthly), Topeka 

The National Workman, Topeka.: 

Saturday Evening Lance, Topeka.. 

The Kansas Newspaper Union, Topeka 

The Topeka Tribune 

Anti-.Monopolist, Topeka 

The Daily Critic, Topeka 

New Paths in the Far West (German monthly), Topeka 

Light (Masonic monthly), Topeka 

The Kansas Knight and Soldier (semi-monthly), Topeka 

The Spirit of Kansas, Topeka 

Western Baptist 

City and Farm Record and Real Estate Journal (monthly), Topeka , 

The Kansas Law Journal, Topeka 

The Citizen (daily), Topeka , 

The Washburn Argo ( monthly), Topeka 

The Washburn Reporter, Topeka 

The Kansas Democrat (daily), Topeka 

Our Messenger (monthly), Topeka 

Welcome, Music and Home Journal (monthly), Topeka 

Kansas Home (monthly), Topeka 

The Lantern, Topeka 

North Topeka Daily Courier 

Topeka Times, North Topeka, (March, 1873, to February, 1874, lacking,), 

North Topeka Times 

The Evening Republic, North Topeka 

North Topeka Mail 

The North Topeka News 

News (daily), North Topeka , 

Kansas Valley Times, Rossville 

The Rossville News , 

Carpenter's Kansas Lyre, Rossville , 

Silver Lake News 

The Future, monthly, Richland 

SHERIDAN COUNTY. 

Sheridan County Tribune, Kenneth 

Weekly Sentinel, Kenneth and Hoxie 

Democrat, Kenneth and Hoxie 

Sheridan Times , 

SHERMAN COUNTY. 

The New Tecumseh, Gandy, Leonard and Itasca 

Sherman County Republican, Itasca, Sherman Center and Goodland 

Voltaire Adviser 

Sherman County News, Voltaire 

Sherman County Dark Horse, Eustis 

Sherman County Democrat, Eustis 

Sberman Center News, Sharman Center and Goodland 

SMITH COUNTY. 

Smith County Pioneer, Smith Centre 

The Daily Pioneer, Smith Centre *. 

The Kansas Free Press, Smith Centre 

Smith County Record, Smith Centre 

Smith County Weekly Bulletin, Smith Centre 

The Bazoo, Smith Centre 

Gay lord Herald 

The Toiler and Independent, Harlan 

The Harlan Weekly Chief 

The Harlan Advocate 

The Harlan Enterprise 

The Cedarville Telephone , 

The Cedarville Review 

Cedarville (ilobe 

The Dispatch, Reamsville , 

The Cora Union 

The Lebanon Criterion 

The People's Friend, Reamsville 

STAFFORD COUNTY. 

Stafford County Herald, Stafford 

Stafford County Republican, Stafford 

The St. John Advance 



1881,1882 

1882 

1882 
1882-1886 

1882 
1883-1888 
1883-1888 
1883-1885 
1883,1884 

1884 
1884,1885 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1885-1887 
1885,1886 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 
1886-1888 
18S6-1888 
1885-1888 
1886-1888 
18S7,1888 
1887,1888 
1871-1874 
1876-1885 

1882 



1879-1782 
1883.1884 



1882 
1885-1887 



1881,1882 
1884-1888 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 



1885.1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1837,1888 
1886,1887 



1876-1888 
1887,1888 
1879-1881 
1882,1883 
1884-1888 
1885-1888 
1879-1888 
1879,1880 
1884,1885 
1885-1887 
1887,1888 
1883 
1884,1885 
1886-1888 
1881-1886 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1879-1886 
1886-1888 
1880-1888 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 




STAFFORD COUNTY — Concluded. 

TheSun, St. John 

County Capital, St. .Tohn 

The Stafford County Bee, Milwaukee 

The Macksville Times 

TheCassody Herald 

The Cassody Mirage' 

Stafford County Democrat, Stafford 

The Weekly Telegram, Stafford 

STANTON COUNTY. 

Veteran Sentinel, and Johnson City and Syracuse Sentinel 

The Johnson City World 

Stanton County Eclipse, Johnson City 

Johnson City Journal 

The Mitchell ville Courier 

The Border Rover, Borders , 

Stanton Telegram, Goguac 

STEVENS COUNTY. 

Hugo Herald, Hugoton 

Hugoton Hermes 

Woodsdale Democrat 

Dermot Enterprise 

The Voorhees Vindicator 

Zella Gazelle and Moscow Review 

SUMNER COUNTY. 

Sumner County Press, Wellington 

Wellington Daily Press 

Sumner County Democrat, Wellington 

Wellington Semi-Weekly Vidette 

The Wellingtonian, Wellington 

The Wellington Democrat ; 

Sumner County Standard, Wellington 

Daily Standard, Wellington , 

The Daily Postal Card, Wellington 

The Republican, Wellington 

The Wellington Monitor 

Kansas Weather Observer, Wellington 

Wellington Morning Quid Nunc (daily) 

Wellington Quid Nunc 

Wellington Daily Telegram 

Oxford Independent 

Oxford Reflex and Weekly 

The Oxford Register 

Caldwell Post 

Caldwell Journal 

Caldwell Daily Journal 

Oklahoma War Chief, Wichita, January 12 to March 9, 1883 ; Geuda Springs, March 23 
to July 19, 1883; Oklahoma Territory, April 26 and May 3, 1884; Arkansas City, May 
10, 1884; Geuda Springs, August 30, 1884; South Haven, October 23 to December 4, 
1884; Arkansas City, February 3 to June 11, 1885; Caldwell, June 18, 1885, to August 
12,1886 

Caldwell Commercial 

Caldwell Standard 

The Free Press, Caldwell 

Times, Caldwell 

The Caldwell News, daily and weekly 

The Industrial Age, Caldwell 

Belle Plaine News 

The Kansas Odd Fellow, Belle Plaine 

The Resident, Belle Plaine 

Mulvane Herald 

Mul vane Record 

Geuda Springs Herald 

Argonia Clipper 

Conway Springs Star 

The Weekly News, South Haven.. 

The South Haven New Era 

THOMAS COUNTY. 

Thomas County Cat, Colby 

The Democrat, Colby 

The Hastings & Brewster Gazette 



885-: 

887 

882 



887 



1886 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 

1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1886-1888 

1887 

1887 



1887 
1887 
1887 



1888 I 



1873-1888 
1886,1887 
1877-1879 

1879 
1881-1885 
1882-1884 
1884-1888 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 

1886 



1887,1888 
1887,1888 

1887 
1876-1879 
1880-1881 
1884-1888 
1879-1883 
1883-1888 

1887 



1884 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1879-1888 


9 


1882,1883 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1880-1882 


2 


1885-1888 


4 


1882-1888 


6 


1884 1888 


5 


1885-1888 


3 


1885,1886 


1 


1886-1888 


3 


1885-1888 


4 


1886-1888 


2 


1888 


1 




Sixth biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 




TREGO COUNTY. 

The Wa-Keeney Weekly World 

Kansas Leader, Wa-Keeney 

Trego County Tribune, Wa-Keeney. 

Globe, Cyrus 

Trego County Gazette, Wa-Keeney 

WABAUNSEE COUNTY. 

The Wabaunsee County Herald, Alma 

The Alma Weekly Union 

Wabaunsee County News, Alma 

The Blade, Alma , 

Wabaunsee County Herald, Alma 

The Alma Enterprise 

The Land-Mark, Eskridge, (not published from December, 1874, to June 30, 1883, 

The Home Weekly, Eskridge , 

The Eskridge Star 

Wabaunsee County Democrat, Eskridge 

The Alta Vista Register 

WALLACE COUNTY. 

Wallace County Register, Wallace 

Wallace County News 

Wallace Weekly Herald , 

The Western Times, Sharon Springs 

Sharon Springs Leader 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Western Observer, and Washington Republican, ( broken files,) , 

Washington Republican and Watchman 

Washington Republican 

Washington County Register, Washington 

Washington County Daily Register, Washington 

Weekly Post, Washington , 

Washington Daily Post 

Washington Daily Times 

Western Independent, Hanover 

Washington County Sun and Hanover Democrat 

The Hanover Democrat , 

Grit, Hanover 

The Clifton 'Localist 

Clifton Journal and Review 

Clifton Review 

The Local News, and The Semi-Weekly News, Clifton , 

The Greenleaf Journal 

The Greenleaf Independent 

The Independent- Journal, Greenleaf. 

Greenleaf Journal 

Greenleaf Herald 

TheHaddam Weekly Clipper 

The New Era, Haddam , 

Palmer Weekly Globe 

Palmer Pioneer 

The Barnes Enterprise 

WICHITA COUNTY. 

Wichita Standard, Bonasa and Leoti City 

Leoti Lance 

Wichita County Democrat, Leoti City 

The Leoti Transcript, Leoti City 

Wichita County Herald, Coronado 

The Coronado Star 

Wichita County Farmer, Coronado, Farmer City and Leoti 

WILSON COUNTY. 

Wilson County Citizen, Fredonia 

Fredonia Tribune 

Fredonia Democrat 

The Times, Fredonia 

Fredonia Chronicle 

Neodesha Free Press 

Neodesha Gazette 

Neodesha Register 

Neodesha Independent 

Altoona Advocate 

The Benedict Echo 

Buffalo Clipper 

Buffalo Express ." 

The Coyville Press 

—6 



1879-1888 


10 


1879,1880 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1882,1883 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1869-1871 


2 


1871,1872 


1 


1876-1888 


13 


1877,1878 


1 


1879-1881 


2 


1884-1888 


4 


1873-1883 


2 


1881-1888 


7 


1883-1888 


5 


1886 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1886-1888 


3 


1886,1887 


1 


1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1887,1888 


2 


1869,1870 


1 


1870,1871 


2 


1876-1888 


13 


1881-1888 


7 


1884, 1885 


2 


1883-1888 


5 


1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1876,1877 


2 


1878 


1 


1878-1888 


11 


1884,1885 


1 


1878 


1 


1878-1880 


3 


1881-1888 


8 


1885-1888 


3 


1881-1883 


3 


1882,1883 




1883-1887 


4 


1887,1888 




1883-1888 


5 


1883-1888 




1886,1887 




1884 




1888 




1885-1888 




1885-1888 




1886,1887 




1886,1887 




1887,1888 




1886,1887 




1886-1888 




1888 




1870-1888 


19 


1878,1879 




1882-1888 




1883-1885 




1885-1888 




1876-1882 




1881,1882 




1883-1888 




1887,1888 




1886,1887 




1886-1888 




1887 




1888 




1887,1888 





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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Concluded. 



Newspapers. 




WOODSON COUNTY. 

Wo6dson County Post, Neosho Falls 

Neosho Falls Post 

Woodson County Republican and Independent, Neosho Falls 

Weekly News, Yates Center, and the Yates Center News 

Yates Center Argus 

Woodson Democrat, Yates Center 

The Sun and Independent-Sun, Yates Center 

The Toronto Topic 

Register, Toronto 

WYANDOTTE COUNTY. 

Quindaro Chindowan 

Wyandotte Gazette, (1869 and 1873 lacking,) 

The Kansas City Daily Gazette 

Wyandotte Herald, (1873 lacking,) 

The Kawsmouth Pilot, Wyandotte 

Equitable Aid Advocate (monthly), Wyandotte 

Wyandotte Republican (daily and weekly) 

The Wyandotte Chief. 

Kansas Pionier, Wyandotte 

The Pioneer, Kansas City, Kansas 

The Kansas Pilot, Kansas City, Kansas 

The Stock Farm and Home Weekly, Kansas City, Kansas 

The Spy, Kansas City, Kansas 

The Globe and the Sun and Globe, Kansas City, Kansas 

Light, Kansas City, Kansas 

The Kansas Weekly Cyclone, Kansas City, Kansas 

The Wasp, Rosedale 

Rosedale Record 

Argentine Republic 

The Argentine Advocate 

Cromwell's Kansas Mirror, Armourdale 



1873-1883 
1883-1888 
1886,1887 
1877-1888 
1882,1883 
1884-1888 



5,1887 



1857,1858 
1866-1888 
1887,1888 
1872-1888 

1881 
1881-1883 
1881,1882 
1883,1885 
1883-1888 
1878-1880 
1879,1881 

1880 
1881,1882 
1884,1886 
1884-1886 
1887,1888 
1884,1885 

1888 
1887,1888 

1888 
1887,1888 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS. ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES. 



Newspapers. 




ALABAMA. 

The Nationalist, Mobile 

ARIZONA. 

Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner, Prescott 

CALIFORNIA. 

Overland Monthly, San Francisco, f. s 

Overland Monthly, San Francisco, s. s 

San Francisco Weekly Post , 

The Alaska Appeal, San Francisco 

The Pacific Rural Press, San Francisco , 

California Patron and Agriculturist, San Francisco 

American Sentinel, Oakland 

Signs of the Times, Oakland 

Pacific Health Journal (monthly), Oakland 

COLORADO. 

Silver World, Lake City 

Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver 

The Rocky Mountain Presbyterian, Denver and Cincinnati 

The Gunnison Review (weekly) 

The Gunnison Daily and Tri- Weekly Review-Press 

Mountain Mail, Salida , 

Denver Daily Tribune 

Grand Junction News 

White Pine Cone 

The Denver Republican (daily) 

The Queen Bee (monthly), Denver 



1887, 



1868-1875 
1883-1888 
1879-1888 
1879,1880 
1882-1888 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 



1877-1888 
1878-1888 
1879-1880 
1880,1881 
1882-1888 
1880-1888 
1884 
1884 
1884-1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 




Sixth Biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES— Continued. 




CONNECTICUT. 

The Connecticut Courant, Hartford 

Middlesex Gazette, Middletown, 1804, 1805 and 1817 

Silinian's Journal of Science and Arts, New Haven, vols. 1, and 37 to 48., 

Quarterly Jpurnal of Inebriety, Hartford 

Travelers' Record (monthly), Hartford 



Dakota Teacher, Huron, August, 1885, to June, 
Bismarck Weekly Tribune 



DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA. 

Kendall's Expositor, Washington 

The National Era, Washington 

The Council Fire, Washington 

The Alpha, Washington 

The Washington World 

National Tribune 

United States Government publications, monthly catalogue, Washington., 

The Official Gazette of the United States, Patent Office, Washington 

Public Opinion, Washington and New York , 



The Florida Dispatch, Jacksonville., 



Southern Industrial Record (monthly), Atlanta., 
Atlanta Constitution 



ILLINOIS. 

Religio- Philosophical Journal, Chicago ..., 

The Inter-Ocean, Chicago 

Semi-Weekly Inter-Ocean, Chicago 

Faith's Record (monthly), Chicago 

Commercial Advertiser, Chicago , 

Industrial World and Commercial Advertiser, Chicago 

Industrial World and Iron Worker, Chicago 

American Antiquarian (quarterly), Chicago 

Weekly Drovers' Journal, Chicago 

The Standard, Chicago 

Farmers' Review, Chicago 

Chicago .Journal of Commerce 

National Sunday School Teacher (monthly), Chicago 

Land Owner, Chicago 

Chicago Advance, (files for 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1877, 1879, 1884, and one duplicate,).. 

The Dial, Chicago 

Brown and Holland's Short-Hand News (monthly), Chicago 

The Watchman (semi-monthly), Chicago 

The Weekly Magazine, Chicago 

The New Era, Chicago 

The Odd Fellows' Herald, Bloomington 

The Weekly News, Chicago 

The Western Plowman, Moline 

The Grange News, River Forest 

Svenska Amerikauaren, Chicago 

The Unitarian (monthly), Chicago 

The Union Signal, Chicago 

The Penman's Gazette (monthly), Chicago and New York 

Pravda (monthly), Chicago 

The Western Trail (monthly), Chicago 

Gaskell's Magazine (monthly), Chicago 

The Open Court, Chicago 

The Comrade (bi-monthly), Chicago 

The National Educator (monthly), Chicago 

The Chicago Express 



INDIAN TERRITOKY. 

The Cherokee Advocate, Tahlequah 

The Cheyenne Transporter, Darlington 

Indian Chieftain, Vinita 



INDIANA. 

Indiana State Journal, Indianapolis 

Our Herald, La Fayette 

The Millstone and The Corn Miller (monthly), Indianapolis. 

Mennonitische Rundschau, Elkhart 

Indiana Student (monthly), Bloomington 



1796-1799 
1804-1817 
1818-1869 
1876-1888 



1841 
1847-1859 
1879-1882 
1881-1888 
1882-1884 
1883,1884 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 



1885-1888 
1887.1888 



1868-1877 
1874-1881 
1879-1888 
1874-1881 
1877-1879 
1880-1882 
1882-1888 
1878-1888 
1879-1888 
1880-1888 
1880,1881 
1881 
1869-1881 
1870-1873 
1872-1884 
1881-1888 
1882-1885 
1882-1888 
1882-1885 
1883,1884 
1883-1888 
1884-1886 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1885-1888 
1886,1887 
1886-1888 



1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1881-1888 
1883-1886 
1884-1888 



1878-1888 
1882,1883 
1884-1888 
1886-1888 



88 



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BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHEE STATES AND COUNTRIES— Continued. 



Newspapers. 




IOWA. 

Davenport Gazette 

The Weekly Hawk-Eye, Burlington 

The Burlington Hawk-Eye (daily) 

The Iowa Historical Society (quarterly), Iowa City. 

KENTUCKY. 

Weekly Courier-Journal, Louisville 

Southern Bivouac (monthly), Louisville 



LOUISIANA. 



South-Western Christian Advocate, New Orleans., 
The Times-Democrat (daily). New Orleans 



Oxford Observer, Paris 

Oxford Democrat, Paris..... 
Maine Advertiser, Norway. 



MARYLAND. 



Johns Hopkins University Circular, Baltimore, (1882-1884 lacking,). 

Jottings (monthly), Baltimore 

The American Journal of Psychology, Baltimore, (quarterly) 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

The Boston Chronicle, Dec. 21, 1767, to Dec. 19, 1768.. 



Federal Orrery, Boston, Oct. 20, 1794, to April 18, 1796, and scattering duplicates from 
Oct. 20, 1794, to Oct. 12, 1795 

Massachusetts Mercury, Boston, May 11, 1798, to Aug. 9, 1799 

The Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertizer, Boston, from Jan. 1, 1798, to 
Dec. 17, 1801 

The Independent Chronicle, Boston, Dec. 21, 1801, to Dec. 30, 1804 

Boston Patriot, from April 7, 1809, to Sept. 12, 1810; from March 2 to Dec. 25, 1811; from 
March 14, 1812, to Sept. 8, 1813; and scattering duplicates from March 3, 1809, to 
March 10, 1813 

Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot (semi-weekly), Jan. 11, 1832, to Aug. 10, 1837.. 

Columbian Centinel and Massachusetts Federalist, Boston, from June 29, 1799, to Aug. 
31, 1805; from Jan. 3, 1807, to Oct. 3, 1810; from Jan. 2, 1811, to July 1, 1812; and 
scattering duplicates from Feb. 28, 1801, to Dec. 29, 1802 

Boston Gazette, from Jan. 9 to Oct. 29, 1804; from Aug. 19, 1815, to Aug. 19, 1816; from 
Dec. 27, 1817, to Dec. 25, 1819; from April 23, 1827, to Nov. 28, 1828 

Boston Commercial Gazette (daily), from Dec. 29, 1817, to Dec. 25, 1819 

Massachusetts Spy or Worcester Gazette 

The National ^gis, Worcester, Dec. 2, 1801, to Dec. 25, 1811 ; from Jan. 20, 1813, to May 
4, 1814; from Jan. 5, 1815, to Dec. 25, 1816; from Dec. 15, 1824, to June 8, 1825; and 
years 1825, 1830, 1838-1840 

Boston Spectator, from Jan. 4, 1814, to Feb. 5, 1815 

North American Review, Boston, (Nos. 3-6, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21 and 130 lacking,) 
1879,1880,1888 

Essex Register, Salem, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 17, 1817 

The Missionary Herald, Boston, vols. 17-80 

The Massachusetts Spy (weekly), Worcester 

New England Galaxy, Boston, from Oct. 31, 1823, to Dec. 26, 1828; and scattering dupli- 
cates from Oct. 15, 1824, to April 6, 1827 

Christian Examiner, Boston, vols. 1-19, 1824-1836, and 12 vols, between 1840 and 1867 

Boston Recorder, from Jan. 2, 1832, to Dec. 25, 1835 

The Liberator, Boston, (lacking 1834-1837 and 1839,) 

Evening Journal, Boston, from Jan. 3, 1837, to Dec. 30, 1843; from Jan. 4 to Dec. 30, 1844; 
and from Feb. 4 to Dec. 30, 1845 

The Commonwealth (daily), Boston, Jan. 1 to July 3, 1851 ; and from Jan. 1 to Sept. 21, 
1854 



The Commonwealth, Boston, from Sept. 1, 1866, to Aug. 28, 1869 

Youth's Companion, Boston, from Oct. 21, 1852, to April 17, 1856, and 1886-1888 

Daily Transcript, Worcester, from Feb., 1853, to Dec, 1855 

Evening Telegraph (daily), Boston, from Sept. 27, 1834, to March 31, 1855 , 

Quarterly Journal of American Unitarian Association, Boston 

Monthly Journal of the American Unitarian Association, Boston 

Anglo-Saxon, Boston, from Jan. 5 to Dec. 16, 1856 

The Atlantic Monthly, Boston, vols. 1-50 , 

The Atlas and Daily Bee, Boston, from June 15 to Dec. 31, 1858 

Worcester Daily Spy, from Jan. to Dec, 1859; from Jan., 1868, to Dec, 1884; and from 

July, 1885, to July, 1886 

Worcester Evening Gazette, from Jan. to Dec, 1866; from Jan., 1867, to July 18, 1881; 

and from Jan., 18S2, to Dec, 1885 

Zion's Herald, Boston, (1868, 1869,1870,1879, 1880, 1883,) 

Banner of Light, Boston 

Worcester Daily Press, from June, 1873, to Dec, 1876 

Boston Journal of Chemistry 

Mgia and Gazette, Worcester, (part of 1877 lacking,) 



1878 
1881-1885 
1882-1885 
1885-1888 



1878-1880 
1886, 1887 



1879-1888 
1883-1885 



1824-1826 
1871-1876 
1872-1875 



1879-1888 
1887,1888 



1794-1796 
1798-1799 



1798-1801 
1801-1804 



1809-1813 
1832-1837 



1804-1828 
1817-1819 
1805, 1806 



1801-1825 
1814, 1815 

1815-1888 
1817 

1821-1884 
1822 

1823-1828 
1824-1868 
1832-1835 
1833-1865 

1837-1845 

1851-1854 
1866-1869 
1852-1888 
1853-1855 
1854, 1855 
1854-1859 
1860-1869 

1856 
1857-1882 

1858 



1868-1885 
1868-1883 
1869-1872 
1873-1876 
1873-1877 
1875-1880 




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BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES— Continued. 




MASSACHUSETTS — cotichided. 
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (quarterly), Boston. 

The Woman's Journal 

Harvard University Bulletin (quarterly) 

Civil Service Record, Boston 

United States Official Postal Guide (monthly), Boston 

Our Dumb Animals (monthly), Boston 

Science, Cambridge, (see New York,) 

The Citizen (monthly), Boston 

The Evening Traveller (daily), Boston, from January to June, 1886 

The Popular Science News, Boston 

The Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, Boston 

Political Science Quarterly, Boston 

Abolitionist, Boston 

The Writer (monthly), Boston : 

The Estes & Lauriat Book Bulletin (monthly), Boston. 

American Teacher (monthly), Boston 

Evening Gazette, Boston...: 

The New Jerusalem Magazine (monthly), Boston 

Spelling (quarterly), Boston 

Library Notes (monthly), Boston 

Martha's Vineyard Herald, Cottage City 



1879-1888 
1880-1888 
1881,1882 
1881-1886 
1882-1885 
1883-1885 
1886-1888 

1886 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1886-1888 

1833 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 

1888 

1888 
1887,1888 

1888 
1887,1888 



The Fireside Teacher (monthly), Battle Creek. 
The Unitarian, Ann Arbor 



MINNESOTA. 

Pioneer-Press, St. Paul and Minneapolis 



MISSOURI. 

The Western Journal, (and Civilian, monthly), St. Louis 

Organ and Reveille, St. Louis , 

St. Joseph Free Democrat 

American Journal of Education (monthly), St. Louis 

Kansas City Times, daily, (1875 lacking,) 

The Great Southwest (monthly), St. Louis, vols. 1,2, 3, 6 and 7.... 

St. Joseph Herald, daily, (1878 and to July, 1879, lacking,) 

St. Joseph Herald 

St. Joseph Gazette 

The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, monthly 

Weekly Journal of Commerce, Kansas City 

Kansas City Daily Journal 

Mirror of Progress, Kansas City 

Kansas City Price Current 

Santa Fe Trail (monthly), Kansas City, volume 1, number 1 to 

Camp's Emigrant Guide to Kansas, Kansas City t 

Fonetic Teacher (monthly), St. Louis, volume 2 

American Home Magazine, Kansas City 

The Communist and Altruist (bi-monthly), St. Louis 

Kansas City Live-Stock Indicator 

The Mid-Continent, Kansas City 

Svenska Herolden, Kansas City 

Western Newspaper Union, Kansas City 

The Centropolis, Kansas City 

American Journalist (monthly), St. Louis 

The Kansas City Medical Index 

Kansas City Live-Stock Record and Price Current 

The Kansas City Record 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer, Kansas City 

The Kansas City Star, daily 

The Faithful W'itness (monthly), Kansas City 

The Herald, Kansas City 

The Kansas Magazine (monthly), Kansas City 

The St. Louis Evangelist 

St. Louis Globe-Democrat, daily 

The Central Christian Advocate, St. Louis 

The Evening News, Kansas City 

Kansas City Daily Traveler 



1878,1879 



1818-1854 
1851 
1860 
1873-1888 
1873-1888 
1874-1880 
1876-1888 
1877-1888 
1877-1888 
1877-1884 
1877-1879 
1879-1888 
1879-1881 
1880,1881 
1880,1881 
1880-1884 
1881 
1881,1882 
1881-1888 
1882-1888 
1882-1888 
1882-1884 



NEBRASKA. 

The Western Newspaper Union, Omaha 

The Woman's Tribune (monthly and weekly), Beatrice.. 

Western Resources (monthly), Lincoln ' 

Nebraska State Journal (daily), Lincoln 

Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln 



1883-1888 
1883-1885 
1884-1888 
1884-1888 
1885-1888 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1886,1887 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 



1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



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BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



Newspapers. 




NEW JERSEY. 

The Journal of American Orthoepy (monthly), Ringos 

Orchard & Garden (monthly), Little Silver , 

NEW MEXICO. 

Santa Fe New Mexican 

Albuquerque Weekly Journal 

Mining World, Las Vegas 

New Mexican Mining News, Santa Fe 

Las Vegas Weekly Optic 

The Santa Fe Weekly Leader , 

The Daily Citizen, Albuquerque 

Daily New Mexican, Santa Fe 

NEW YORK. 

New York American, New York City 

Evangelical Magazine, Utica, (vols. 2 and 3,) 

Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate, Utica, (vols. 4, 5, and 9, 1833, 1834 and 1838,) 

The Anti-Slavery Record, New York 

The Emancipator, New York, (from February 3, 1837, to February 14, 1839,) 

The New-Yorker, New York 

The Jeffersonian, Albany 

The Diamond, New York 

The Northern Light, Albany 

Workingman's Advocate, New York 

New York Evangelist 

Scientific American, New York, (lacking from 1861 to 1884,) 

New York Dailv Tribune, (lacking from 1870 to 1874, and from 1876 to 1879,) 

New York Serai- Weekly Tribune, (lacking 1876, 1883, 1884,) 

New York Weekly Tribune, (lacking 1871-1878,) 

Propagandist, New York 

The Home Missionary, New York 

Harper's Monthly Magazine, New York 

Harper's Weekly, New Y^ork 

New York Illustrated News 

The Industry of All Nations, New York 

Putnam's Monthly, New York 

Daily Times, New York, (incomplete,) 

The Phonographic Intelligencer, New York 

The Printer, New York 

New York Independent, New York, (1874 duplicate,) 

U. S. Service Magazine (monthly). New York 

The Galaxy (monthly), New York 

American Agriculturist (monthly). New York, (lacking 1862-1866,) 

The Revolution, New York 

The Spectator, New York and Chicago 

Scribner's Monthly and the Century Magazine, New York 

Popular Science Monthly, New Y^ork 

Fruit Recorder and Cottage Gardner, Palmyra... a 

The Christian Union, New York 

The Iron Age, New York 

The Library Journal (monthly). New York 

The Magazine of American History (momthly). New York 

Brown's Phonographic Monthly, New York 

The National Citizen and Ballot Box, (from May, 1878, to October, 1881,) New York, (see 

Ballot Box, Ohio,) 

The Cultivator and Country Gentleman, Albany 

The Daily Register, New York 

America, New York 

The Sheltering Arms (monthly). New York 

The Union, Brooklyn 

The Bee Keepers' Exchange (monthly), Canajoharie 

The Publishers' Weekly, New York 

The American Missionary, New York 

The Nation, New York 

John Swinton's Paper, New Y'ork 

Appleton's Literary Bulletin (bi-monthly). New York 

Phonetic Educator, New York and Cincinnati 

The Literary News, New York 

The Student's Journal (phonographic monthly), New York 

The Phonographic World (monthly), New York 

New York Weekly Witness 

The Irish World, New York 

The Christian Advocate (from April, 1885, to Dec. 30, 1886), New York 

The Cooperative Index to Periodicals (quarterly). New York 

The Protestant Episcopal Mission Leaf (monthly). New York 

The National Temperance Advocate, New York 

Science, New Y^ork 



1884-1888 
1887,1888 



1881-1883 
1881-1886 
1880-1882 
1881-1883 
1883,1884 
1885,1886 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1827,1828 
1828,1829 
1833-1838 

1836 
1837-1839 
1837-1840 
1838,1839 
1840-1842 
1841-1843 
1844,1845 
1845-1847 
1819-1888 
1849-1888 
1871-1887 
1869-1884 
1850,1851 
1850-1888 
1851-1854 
1857-1888 

1853 

1853 
1853-1857 
1854-1856 

1857 
1858-1863 
1859-1887 
1864-1866 
1866,1877 
1860-1869 
1868-1870 
1870-1880 
1870-1888 
1872-1885 
1874-1876 
1874-1887 

1876 
1876-1888 
1877-1888 
1878-1883 

1878-1881 
1879,1880 
1879-1888 
1879-18S1 
1879-1888 
1879-1882 
1879-1882 
1879-1888 
1880-1888 
1882-1888 
1883-1887 
1883-1888 
1884,1885 
1884,1885 
1884-1888 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1885,1886 
1885-1888 
1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 




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concluded. 



The American Book-Maker (monthly). New York 

The New Princeton Review (semi-monthly), New York city. 

The Husbandman, Elmira , 

Sabbath Reading, New York 

The Delineator (monthly). New York 

Electrical Review, New York 

Scribner's Magazine (monthly). New York 

Agricultural Science (monthly). New York 

The Swiss Cross (monthly). New York 

The Voice, New York 

The Decorator and Furnisher (monthly). New York , 

The Public Service Review (monthly). New York 

Home Knowledge (monthly), New York 

Judge, New York 

New York Pioneer 

The Curio, New York 

Demorest's Monthly, New York 

Tariff League Bulletin, New York 

Library Bulletin of Cornell University (monthly) 

Political Science Quarterly, New York 



OHIO. 

The Ohio Cultivator, Columbus 

Weekly Phonetic Advocate, Cincinnati 

Phonetic Advocate Supplement, Cincinnati 

The Masonic Review 

Typeof the Times, Cincinnati ... 

American Phonetic Journal, Cincinnati 

The Crisis, (from January 31, 1861, to January 2.3, 1863,) Columbus 

The Ballot Box, from June 1876, to May 1878, Toledo, (see National Citizen, New York). 

Nachrichten aus der Heidenwelt, Zanesville 

Cincinnati Weekly Times 

The Phonetic Educator, Cincinnati 

The Christian Press, Cincinnati 

The American Journal of Forestry, Cincinnati 

The Christian Standard, Cincinnati 

Magazine of Western History (monthly), Cleveland 

Farm and Fireside (semi-monthly), Springfield 

The American Grange Bulletin, Cincinnati 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, Columbus 

Phonographic Magazine (monthly), Cincinnati 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

The American Naturalist, Philadelphia 

The Press (daily), Philadelphia 

Progress, Philadelphia 

Public Ledger (daily), Philadelphia 

Faith and Works (monthly), Philadelphia , 

Eadle Keatah Toh — The Morning Star and the Red Man, Carlisle 

Sunday School Times, (files for 1879, 1880, 1884, 1885, 1886), Philadelphia, 

Naturalist's Leisure Hour (monthly), Philadelphia 

Historical Register, (vols. 1 and 2), Harrisburg 

The Farmer's Friend, Mechanicsburg 

Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector, Philadelphia 

The Building Association and Home Journal (monthly), Philadelphia ... 

The Book M irt (monthly), Philadelphia 

Paper and Press (monthly), Philadelphia 

American Manufacturer and Iron World, Pittsburg 



Live-Stock Journal, Fort Worth. 
Texas Wool Grower, Fort Worth. 

El Paso Times (daily) , 

Texas Review (monthly), Austin., 

The Canadian Free Press 

The Canadian Crescent 



The AV Oman's Magazine (monthly), Brattleboro. 
The National Bulletin (monthly), Brattleboro... 



VIRGINIA. 

The Richmond Standard 

Southern Workman and Hampton School Record, Hampton. 



Whatcom Reveille., 



WASHINGTON TERRITORY. 



1887,1888 


4 


1887,1888 


2 


1887,1888 


2 


1887,1888 


2 


1887,1888 


3 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


2 


1888 




1887,1888 




1887,1888 




1888 




1888 




1887,1888 


2 


1886-1888 


3 


1845,1846 


2 


1850-1853 


4 


1850-1852 


2 


1853-1862 


17 


1854,1855 


2 


1858 


1 


1861-1863 


2 


1876-1878 


2 


1877-1880 


4 


1878-1888 


11 


1878-1883 


5 


1880-1888 


8 


1882-1883 


1 


1883-1888 


6 


1884r-1888 


3 


1884-1888 


B 


1886 


1 


1887-1888 


1 


1887 


1 


1867-1880 


14 


1878-1880 


6 


1878-1885 


7 


1879-1888 


20 


1879-1888 


10 


1881-1888 


8 


1879-1886 


5 


1880-1888 


7 


1883,1884 


2 


1886-1888 


3 


1886-1888 


2 


1887,1888 


2 


1887,1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1888 


1 




1 


1882-1888 


7 


1882,1883 


2 


1883 


1 


1886 


1 


1887, 18S8 


1 


1888 


1 


1885-1888 


4 


1886,1887 


1 


1880,1881 


1 


18S6 


3 


1884-1885 


2 



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Newspapers. 



Years. 



WISCONSIN. 

Wisconsin State Journal, Madison 

Western Farmer and Wisconsin Grange Bulletin, Madison 

ENGLAND. 

London Illustrated News 

Diplomatic Review, (vols. 1-25,) London 

The Fonetic Journal, Bath 

The Labour Standard, London , 

Forestry, a magazine for the country (monthly), Edinburgh and London 

FRANCE. 

Bulletin de la Society Protectrice des Animaux (monthly), Paris 

Bulletin de la Societe de Geographic, Paris 

Societe de Geographic compte rendu des Seances de la Commission Centrale (semi- 
monthly). Pans 

Chronique de la Societe des Gens de Lettres (monthly), Paris 

Bulletin Mensuel de la Society des Gens de Lettres, Paris , 

Bulletin des Seances de la Soci^tS Nationale d' Agriculture (monthly), Paris 



1878-1888 
1886 


11 

1 


1842-1879 
1855-1877 
1879 
1882-1884 
1884,1885 


62 

25 

1 

3 

3 


1878-1882 
1878-1888 


5 
11 


1882-1888 
1879-1888 
1878-1880 
1879-1886 


7 

10 
1 
9 



KANSAS NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS NOW RECEIVED. 

The following is a list of the newspapers and periodicals published in 
Kansas, corrected up to January 1, 1889. The regular issues of these, with 
very few exceptions, are now being received by the Kansas State Historical 
Society. They are the free gift of the publishers to the State. They are 
bound in annual or semi-annual volumes, and are preserved in the library 
of the Society in the State Capitol for the free use of the people. They 
number 827 in all. Of these 45 are dailies, 1 is semi-weekly, 733 week- 
lies, 40 monthlies, 1 is semi-monthly, 2 are bi-monthlies, 4 are quarterlies, and 
1 is occasional. They come from all of the 106 counties of Kansas, and 
record the history of the people of all the communities and neighborhoods. 

AliliEN COUNTY. 

The Humboldt Union, Republican; W. T. McElroy, publisher and proprietor, 
Humboldt. 

The Humboldt Herald, Democratic; S. A. D. Cox, editor and publisher, Hum- 
boldt. 

The lola Register, Republican; W. W. Scott, publisher, lola. 

Allen County Courant, Democratic; J. C. Hamm & Bro., publishers and propri- 
etors, lola. 

The Moran Herald, Republican; G. D. IngersoU, editor and proprietor, Moran. 

ANDEBSON COUNTY. 

Garnett Weekly Journal, Democratic; J. T. Highley, publisher, Garnett. 

The Republican-Plaindealer, Republican; Anderson County Republican Company 
and Howard M. Brooke, publishers, Garnett. 

The Garnett Eagle, Republican; W. A. Trigg, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Garnett. 

The Greeley News, neutral; W. O. Champe, editor, Greeley. 

The Colony Free Press, Republican; J. J. Burke, editor. Colony. 

Westphalia Times, independent; Adele D. Reed, editor and proprietor, Misses 
Adele D. and Bertie Reed, publishers, Westphalia. 

The Kincaid Dispatch, Republican; J. E. Scruggs and J, G. Cash, publishers, 
Kincaid. 



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ATCHISON COUNTY. 

The Atchison Champion, (daily and weekly,) Republican; John A. Martin, pro- 
prietor, Alf. H. Martin, business manager, Atchison. 

Atchison Patriot, (daily and weekly,) Democratic; C. S. Wilson, editor, R. B. 
Drury, business manager. Patriot Publishing Company, publishers, Atchison. 

Atchison Globe, (daily and weekly,) independent; Edgar W. Howe & Co., editors 
and proprietors, Atchison. 

The Atchison Times, Union Labor; J. A. Sunderland, publisher, Atchison. 

The Messachorean, Midland College, (monthly,) educational; W. B. Glanding, 
managing editor, Atchison. 

Muscotah Record, Republican; L. H. and Chas. Miller, editors and proprietors, 
Muscotah. 

The Efhngham Times, independent; Wilson Cohoon and Coleman Martin, editors 
and proprietors, Effingham. 

The Prairie Press, Democratic; W. C. Adkins, publisher, Lancaster. 

BAEBEB COUNTY. 

Medicine Lodge Cresset, Republican; L. M. Axline, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor. Medicine Lodge. 

The Barber County Index, Democratic; E. P. Caruthers, editor and proprietor, 
Medicine Lodge. 

The Hazelton Express, Republican; W. A. E. Adams, editor and publisher, Hazel- 
ton. 

The Kiowa Herald, Democratic; J. E. Hall, editor and publisher, Kiowa. 

The Kiowa Journal, Republican; W. C. Charles and D. A. Woodworth, editors and 
publishers, Kiowa. 

The Union, Democratic; J. D. Youart, editor and proprietor, Sun City. 

The Lake City Bee, independent; A. B. Hoffman, editor and proprietor, Lake City. 

BAETON COUNTY. 

The Great Bend Register, Republican ; R. A. Charles, editor, E. L. Chapman, 
proprietor. Great Bend. 

Great Bend Tribune, Republican ; C. f*. Townsley, editoi and proprietor. Great 
Bend. 

Barton County Democrat, Democratic ; Will E. Stoke, editor and proprietor, 
Great Bend. 

The Ellinwood Advocate, Democratic ; J. D. Quillen, editor, Ellinwood. 

Pawnee Rock Leader, Republican ; M. E. Heynes, editor, publisher and proprietor. 
Pawnee Rock. 

BOUBBON COUNTY. 

Fort Scott Monitor, (daily and weekly), Republican ; John H. Rice, editor, W. M. 
Rice, associate editor, R. P. Rice, business manager, H. V. Rice, traveling solicitor. 
Fort Scott. 

Fort Scott Tribune, (daily and weekly,) Democratic ; J. B. Chapman, editor. Fort 
Scott. 

Fort Scott Weekly Globe, Union Labor ; H. L. Burdett and A. L. Preston, pub- 
lishes. Fort Scott. 

The Bronson Pilot, neutral ; W. M. Holeman, proprietor, Bronson. 

The Fulton Independent, independent; A. W. Felter, editor and proprietor, Fulton. 

The Telephone, Republican ; G. J. McQuad, editor and proprietor. 

BBOWN COUNTY. 

Brown County World, Republican; D. W. Wilder, editor and proprietor, Ewing 
Herbert, associate editor and manager, Hiawatha. 



94 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



The Kansas Democrat, Democratic; George T. Williams, editor and publisher, 
Hiawatha. 

Horton Headlight, Republican; Harley W. Brundige and Samuel E. Bear, editors 
and publishers, Horton. 

The Horton Gazette, Republican; Charles C. Bartruflf, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Horton. 

Horton Commercial, Democratic; Clyde McManigal, editor, J. S. Sherdeman and 
Clyde McManigal, publishers, Horton. 

The Horton Railway Register, Republican; C. N. Whitaker, managing editor, 
Harry Whitaker, city editor, Horton. 

The Everest Enterprise, independent; T. A. H. Lowe, editor and business man- 
ager, T. A. H. Lowe and J. B. Green, publishers, Everest. 

Fairview Enterprise, independent; S. O. Groesbeck, editor, Fairview. 

BUTLEB COUNTS. 

The Augusta Journal, Republican; W. J. Speer, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Augusta. 

Walnut Valley Times, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Alvah Shelden, editor, pub- 
lisher and proprietor, El Dorado. 

El Dorado Republican, Republican; T. B. Murdock, editor and proprietor. El Do- 
rado. 

Butler County Jeflersonian, Democratic; J. B. Crouch, editor and proprietor. 
El Dorado. 

Douglass Tribune, Republican; J. M. Satterthwaite, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Douglass. 

The Leon Indicator, Republican; C. R. Noe, editor and publisher, Leon. 

The Herald, independent; E. Davis, jr., editor, publisher and proprietor, Towanda. 

Latham Signal, Republican; Tom C. Copeland, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Latham. 

The Brainerd Ensign, Republican; R. P. Morrison, editor, publisher and propri- 
prietor, Brainerd. 

Potwin Messenger, neutral; J. M. Worley, publisher, Potwin. 

CHASE COUNTY. 

Chase County Courant, Democratic; W. E. Timmons, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Cottonwood Falls. 

Chase County Leader, Republican; William A. Morgan, editor and publisher, 
Cottonwood Falls. 

Chase County Republican, Republican; W. Y. Morgan, editor and proprietor, 
Strong City. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

The Sedan Times-Journal, Republican; Adrian Reynolds, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Sedan. 

The Sedan Graphic, Democratic; A. D. Dunn, publisher, Sedan. 

The Weekly Call, Republican; F. M. Gwyn, editor and publisher, Peru. 

Chautauqua Springs Express, neutral; W. J. Wright, editor and publisher, Chau- 
tauqua Springs. 

The Cedar Vale Star, independent; F. G. Kenesson, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Cedar Vale. 

OHEEOKEE COUNTY. 

The Columbus Star-Courier, Democratic; N. T. Allison and W. P. Eddy, editors 
and proprietors, Columbus. 



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The Columbus Advocate, Republican; A. T. Lea &, Son, editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Columbus. 

Baxter Springs News, neutral, M. H. Gardner, editor and publisher, Baxter 
Springs. 

Short Creek Republican, Republican; L. C. Weldy, editor and proprietor, Galena. 

Galena Miner, Union Labor; J. F. McDowell, publisher. Galena. 

The Western Friend, (monthly,) religious; Cyrus W. Harvey, editor, Varck. 

Weir City Tribune, independent; Wm. Hawley, editor. The Tribune Printing 
Co. publishers and proprietors, Weir. 

Weir City Eagle, Republican; John McKillop, editor and manager. Weir City. 

CHEYENNE COUNTY. 

Cheyenne County Rustler, Republican; C. E. Denison, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, St. Francis. 

The Plaindealer, Democratic; C. F. Woodward, editor, Plaindealer Publishing 
Co., publishers, St. Francis. 

Bird City News, Republican; Geo. W. Murray, editor and publisher. Bird City. 

Cheyenne County Democrat, Democratic; Will C. Hydon, editor and manager, 
Bird City. 

CliAEK COUNTY. 

Clark County Clipper, Democratic; John I. Lee editor, Lee Bros, publishers and 
proprietors, Ashland. 

Ashland Weekly Journal, Republican; Charles C. Moore and Myron G. Stephen- 
eon editors and proprietors, Ashland. 

The Englewood Enterprise, neutral; J. R. Axsom, editor and proprietor, Engle- 
wood. 

The Englewood Chief, Republican; J. M. Grasham, editor, J. M. Grasham andG. 
S. Watt, publishers, Englewood. 

CliAY COUNTY. 

The Dispatch, Republican; E. J. Bonham and J. B. Palmer, editors, J. B. Palmer, 
manager, Dispatch Publishing Company, publishers. Clay Center. 

The Times, Republican; J. P. Campbell and D. A. Valentine, editors, owners and 
publishers. Clay Center. 

Republican Valley Democrat, Democratic; R. O. Lewis, editor. Democrat Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Clay Center. 

The Clay County Sentinel, Republican; C. W\ Hoyt, editor and publisher, Morgan- 
ville. 

The Herald, Republican; E. P. Ellis, editor and proprietor, Chas. H. Jones, local 
editor and business manager, Oak Hill. 

The Echo, Republican; J. C. Cline, editor, Frank A. Cline, publisher, Oak Hill. 

Wakefield Advertiser, Democratic; J. J. L. Jones, editor, Wakefield. 

CLOUD COUNTY. 

Concordia Empire, Republican; T. A. Sawhill, editor and proprietor, Concordia, 

Kansas Weekly Blade, Republican; J. M. Hagaman, publisher, Concordia. 

The Concordia Times, Republican; T. A. Filson, editor and publisher; S. Z. Filson, 
associate editor, Concordia. 

Weekly Daylight, Democratic; E. Marshall <fe Co., editors and proprietors, Con- 
cordia. 

The Clyde Herald, RejDublican; J. B. and M. L. Rupe, editors and proprietors, 
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The Clyde Argus, Republican; Chas. A. Morley and Owen V. Smith, editors and 
publishers, Clyde. 

The Glasco Sun, independent; Miss Katie Hubbard, editor and proprietor, Glasco. 

The Miltonvale News, Republican; J. C. Cline, editor and proprietor, Miltonvale. 

The Kansan, Republican; James and Mary L. Burton, editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Jamestown. 

The Quill, Republican; W. W. Pinkerton, proprietor; Mark G. Woodruff, associate 
editor, Jamestown. 

COFFEY COUNTY. 

Burlington Republican and Patriot, Republican; C. 0. Smith, editor, publisher 
and proprietor, Burlington. 

The Burlington Independent, Democratic; John E. Watrous, publisher, Burling- 
ton. 

The Burlington Nonpareil, Republican; Brown Printing Company, publishers, 
Burlington. 

LeRoy Reporter, independent; Frank Fockele, publisher and proprietor, LeRoy. 

The Lebo Light, neutral; F. M. Burnham, editor and proprietor, Lebo. 

Waverly News, independent; L. E. Smith, publisher and proprietor, Waverly. 

The Gazette, Union Labor; Dan K. Swearingen, publisher, Burlington. 

COMANCHE COUNTY. 

The Western Star, Democratic; W. M. Cash, editor and proprietor, Coldwater. 

The Coldwater Review, Democratic; Review Publishing Company, publishers, 
Coldwater. 

Coldwater Echo, Republican; E. G. Phelps, editor, J. E. Hutchison, publisher, 
Coldwater. 

Coldwater Enterprise, Republican; N. S. Mounts, editor, Geo. W. Newman, pub- 
lisher. Mounts & Newman, proprietors, Coldwater. 

The Leader, Democratic; Joe H. Carter, editor. Protection. 
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COWLEY COUNTY. 

The Winfield Courier, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Ed. P. Greer, editor, 
Frank H. Greer, city editor, Winfield. 

Winfield Telegram, Democratic; J. R. Clark, editor and proprietor, Winfield. 

Saturday Evening Tribune, Republican; E. B. Buck, editor. Tribune Company, 
publishers, Winfield. 

The Winfield Visitor, (daily and weekly,) independent; A. L. Schultz and M. L. 
Harter, editors, publishers and proprietors, Winfield. 

The American Nonconformist, Union Labor; H. Vincent, editor, J.H.Randall, 
associate editor, H. and L. Vincent, publishers and proprietors, Winfield. 

Republican Traveler, (daily and weekly,) Republican; T. W. Eckert, editor, T. W. 
Eckert and R. A. Howard, publishers, Arkansas City. 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Democratic; T. Mclntire, editor, C. M. Mclntire, 
local editor, L. M. M'Intire, publisher, Arkansas City. 

Canal City Dispatch, (daily and weekly,) Democratic; Geo. W. Wagner and B. 
A. Wagner, editors and publishers, Arkansas City. 

The Fair Play, Union Labor; W. B. Wagner, editor and proprietor, Arkansas 
City. 

The Burden Enterprise, Republican; W. L. Hutton, editor, W. K. McComas, pub- 
lisher and proprietor. Burden. 

Burden Eagle, Republican; J. G. and J. H. Crawford, editors and proprietors, 
Burden. 

The Udall Record, Republican; W. H. Hornaday, editor and publisher, Udall. 




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The Cambridge News, Republican; A. V. Wilkinson, editor, Samuel B. Sherman, 
Henry F. Hicks, and A. V. Wilkinson, proprietors, Cambridge. 

Atlanta Cricket, Republican; Milo A. Copeland, publisher, Atlanta. 

Dexter Free Press, independent; P. W. Craig, editor and publisher. Dexter. 



CBAWFOED COUNTY. 



V 

^K The Girard Press) Republican; E. A. Wasser and Dudley C. Flint, editors, pub- 

^^H lishers and proprietors, Girard. 

^V The Girard Herald, Union Labor; W. A. Bailey, editor and proprietor, Girard. 

^^ The Cherokee Sentinel on the Border, Republican; F. W. Doughty and Willis 

Swank, publishers, Cherokee. 

Pittsburg Smelter, Republican; John P. Morris, editor, Pittsburg. 
The Pittsburg Headlight, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Wm. Moore & Son 
(C. W. Moore), editors and publishers, Pittsburg. 

Pittsburg Democrat, Democratic; G. S. McCartney, publisher, Pittsburg. 
The McCune Times, Republican; Alfred Jett, editor and publisher, McCune. 

Walnut Journal, Republican; H. Quick and Martin, editors, publishers and 

proprietors. Walnut. 

The Arcadian, Republican; Willis Swank, editor, publisher and proprietor, Law- 
rence Galliher, local editor and business manager, Arcadia. 

Arcadia Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Swan, editor, J. M. Swan and J. C. Pasley, 
proprietors, Arcadia. 

The Hepler Banner, Republican; Henry F. Canutt, editor, H.F. Canutt and Son, 
publishers, Hepler. 

DAVIS COUNTX. 

The Junction City Union, Republican; W. C. Moore, editor, John Montgomery 
and E. M. Gilbert, publishers. Junction City. 

The Junction City Tribune, Union Labor; John Davis, editor, Chas. S. Davis, as- 
sociate editor and business manager, John Davis & Sons, proprietors. Junction City. 

The Junction City Republican, Republican; Geo. A. Clark, editor, publisher and 
proprietor. Junction City, 

Insurance Messenger, (monthly;) G. F. Little, editor and proprietor, M. L. Little, 
associate editor. Junction City. 

DEOATUE COUNTY. 

Oberlin Herald, Democratic; Fred. L. Henshaw, editor and proprietor, Oberlin. 

Oberlin Opinion, Republican; F. W. Casterline, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Oberlin. 

The Eye, Republican; C. Borin, editor; Eye Publishing Company, publishers, 
Oberlin. 

The Oberlin Farmer, (monthly,) agricultural; G. Webb Bertram, editor and pro- 
prietor, Oberlin. 

The Norcatur Register, neutral; H. H. Hoskins, editor and publisher, Norcatur. 

The Jennings Times, Democratic; John Shields and Lewis, editors, Jennings. 

Jennings Echo, Repjiblican; J. W. Page and R. M. Day, editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Jennings. 

DICKINSON COUNTY. 

Abilene Weekly Chronicle, Republican; R. B. Claiborne, editor, publisher and 
proprietor. Chronicle Publishing Company, publishers, Abilene. 

The Abilene Gazette, Democratic; the Gazette Printing Company, publishers, 
Abilene. 

Abilene Reflector, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Chas. M. Harger, city editor, 



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Richard Waring, business manager, Reflector Publishing Company, publishers, Ab- 
ilene. 

Dickinson County News, Democratic; B. F. Strother, editor, Strother Bros., pub- 
lishers, Abilene. 

Solomon Sentinel, Republican; E. B. Burnett, editor and publisher, Solomon City. 

The Enterprise Independent; Enterprise Publishing Company, publishers, En- 
terprise. 

The Kansas Miller and Manufacturer, (monthly,) manufacturing interests; C. B. 
Hoffman, editor, W. T. Hopkins, business manager. Enterprise. 

The Hope Herald, Republican; Geo. Burroughs, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor, Hope. 

Hope Dispatch, Republican; A. M. Crary, editor, M. C. Hemenway, proprietor, 
Hope. 

The Herington Tribune, neutral; V. C. Welch and Frank I. Sage, publishers, 
Herington. 

The Herington Headlight, Republican; Tom Gallagher, publisher, Herington. 

The Chapman Courier, independent; J. H. Engle, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor. Chapman. 

The Manchester Sun, neutral; A. S. Green, editor, Manchester. 

DONIPHAN COUNTY. 

The Weekly Kansas Chief, Republican; Sol. Miller, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor, Troy. 

The Troy Times, Republican; F. L. Finch, editor and publisher, W. H. Finch, 
proprietor, Troy. 

White Cloud Review, neutral; Sanders Bros., publishers. White Cloud. 

DOUGLAS COUNTY. 

The Evening Tribune, (daily,) Republican; O. E. Learnard, publisher and pro- 
prietor, H. M. Greene, editor, Lawrence. 

Lawrence Journal, (daily and weekly,) Republican; 0. E. Learnard, publisher and 
proprietor, H. M. Greene, editor, Lawrence. 

Die Germania, (German,) Edward Griin, publisher, Lawrence. 

The Lawrence Gazette, Democratic; Osbun Shannon, editor. Gazette Publishing 
Co., publishers, Frank L. Webster, manager, Lawrence. 

The University Review, (monthly,) educational; V. L. Kellogg, editor-in-chief, 
W. T. Caywood and A. L. Wilmoth, business managers, Kansas University Publish- 
ing Co., publishers, Lawrence. 

The Weekly University Courier, educational; Richard Horton, editor-in-chief, 
Courier Co., publishers, Chas. H. Johnson, president, E. C. Esterly, secretary, P. T. 
Foley, printer, Lawrence. 

University Times, educational; Edgar Martindale, editor-in-chief, C. E. Street 
and J. Frank Craig, business managers, Lawrence. 

Delta of Sigma Nu, (bi-monthly,) college society magazine; Grant W. Harrington, 
managing editor, Lawrence. 

The Progressive Educator, (monthly,) educational; Prof. J. A. Stotler, editor and 
proprietor, Lawrence. 

The College Review, Business College, (quarterly;) E. Mcllravy, editor, Lawrence 
Business College, publishers, P. T. Foley, printer, Lawrence. 

Baldwin Ledger, Republican; W. H. Finch, editor, Baldwin. 

The Baker University Index, (monthly,) educational; C. K. Woodson, editor-in- 
chief, J. A. Hyden, jr., business manager. College literary societies, publishers, Law- 
rence. 




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College Echo, (monthly,) educational; F. P. Jacoby, editor. Lane University, 
publishers, Lecompton. 

The Eudora News, neutral; M. R. Cain, editor and proprietor, Eudora. 

EDWABDS COUNTY. 

The Weekly Kinsley Mercury, Republican; W. S. Hebron, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Kinsley. 

Weekly Banner-Graphic, Democratic; J. M. Springer, editor, Kinsley. 

EliK COUNTY. 

The Howard Courant, Republican; Asa, Tom. E. and John A. Thompson, editors, 
publishers and proprietors, Howard. 

The Howard Democrat, Democratic; James Robert Hall, editor and publisher, 
Howard. 

The Broad Axe, Union Labor; Harry E. Bird, editor and publisher, Howard. 

The Longton Times, independent; Geo. M. Flory, editor and publisher, Longton. 

Moline Mercury, Republican; Geo. C. Armstrong, editor and proprietor, Moline. 

The Grenola Chief, Union Labor; Brice E. Davis, editor and proprietor, Grenola. 

Kansas Weekly Ledger, Republican; William Root, editor and publisher. Elk 
Falls. 

EliZilS COUNTY. 

Hays City Sentinel, Republican; W. P. Montgomery, manager and publisher. Hays 
City. 

Free Press, (semi-weekly,) Republican; Harry Freese, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor. Hays City. 

Democratic Times, Democratic; G. W. Sweet, editor and publisher. Hays City. 

The Republican, Republican; George P. GriflSth, editor. Hays City. 

The Ellis Headlight, Republican; Edgar M. Baldwin, editor and publisher, Ellis. 

The Ellis Review, neutral; Frank J. Brettle, editor and publisher, Ellis. 

EliLSWOBTH COUNTY. 

Ellsworth Reporter, Republican; Geo. Huycke, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Ellsworth. 

Ellsworth Democrat, Democratic; G. A. Collett and F. S. Foster, editors and 
publishers, Ellsworth. 

The Weekly Herald, Republican; H. D. Morgan, editor, Ellsworth. 

The Wilson Echo, Republican; 'S. A. Coover, editor, Coover «fc Hutchison, pro- 
prietors, C. S. Hutchison, foreman, Wilson. 

Wilson Eagle, Democratic; R. J. Coffey, editor, Wilson. 

The Kanopolis Journal, Republican; R. V. Morgan, editor and publisher, Kan- 
opolis. 

The Holy rood Enterprise, Republican; M. G. Woodmansee, editor and proprie- 
tor, Holyrood. 

FINNEY COUNTY. 

Finney County Democrat, Democratic; L. H. Barlow and M. B. Hundley, editors 
and publishers. Garden City. 

Garden City Sentinel, (daily and weekly,) Republican; J. W. Gregory, publisher 
and proprietor, Garden City. 

Garden City Weekly Herald, Republican; J. S. Painter, editor, W. W. Wallace, busi- 
ness manager. Herald Printing Company, publishers, Garden City. 

The Terry Eye, Democratic; E. L. Stephenson, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Terry. 

The Hatfield News, neutral; M. B. Crawford & Co., proprietors, Hatfield. 



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FOBD COUNTY. 

The Dodge City Times, Democratic; Noal Edwards and E. L. Mendendall, editors 
and proprietors, Dodge City. 

Dodge City Weekly Democrat, Democratic; Joe. W. Trimble, editor. Dodge City. 

Our Methodist, (monthly,) religious; Rev. A. P. George, editor and publisher, 
Dodge City. 

Ford County Republican, Republican; R. E. Deardofif, editor; M. W. Sutton and 
Rush E. Deardofif, proprietors, Dodge City. 

Speareville Blade, Republican; T. B. Stewart & Co., editors and proprietors; E. L. 
Smith, local editor, Speareville. 

Ford Gazette, Republican; C. D. Baxter, editor, publisher and proprietor, Ford. 

The Bucklin Herald, Democratic; T. G. Hunter, editor and proprietor, Bucklin. 

The Weekly Telegram, Republican; M. D. Stroup, editor; and M. D. Stroup and 
Charles Eckley, publishers, Bloom. 

The Bucklin Journal, Republican; E. L. Coen, editor; R. T. Roby, publisher, 
Bucklin. 

FEANKLIN COUNTY. 

Ottawa Journal and Triumph, Union Labor; E. H. Snow, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Ottawa. 

The Ottawa Republican, (daily and weeky,) Republican; Geo. T. Anthony, editor, 
A. T. Sharpe, publisher, Ottawa. 

The Queen City Herald, Democratic; J. B. Kessler, editor, publisher and propri- 
etor, Ottawa. 

The Kansas Lever, Prohibition; E. W. Frick and Frank Muth, Ottawa Printing 
Company, publishers and proprietors, Ottawa. 

The Ottawa Campus, (monthly,) collegiate; William J. Cowell, editor-in-chief, 
J. W. Griffith, business manager, Ottawa University Oratorical Association, publish- 
ers, Ottawa. 

The Eagle, Republican; T. W. Fields, editor, publisher and proprietor, Williams- 
burg. 

Wellsville Exchange, neutral, Mrs. L. A. Fields, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Wellsville. 

The Pomona Enterprise, neutral; T. L. Newcomb, editor, Enterprise Publishing 
Company, publishers, Pomona. 

GABFIELD COUNTY. 

Ravanna Chieftain, Republican; W. F. Ellsworth, editor, Ravanna. 

Ravanna Record, Democratic; Thos. A. Davies, publisher, Ravanna. 

Garfield County Call, Independent Democratic; E. L. Cline, editor and proprie- 
tor. Eminence. 

The Garfield County Journal, independent; S. J. Myers, editor, C. F. Hoadley, pub- 
lisher and proprietor. Loyal. 

GOVE COUNTY. 

Grainfield Cap Sheaf, Independent Democratic; C. M. and E. L. M'Clintock, ed- 
itors, and publishers, Grainfield. 

Gove County Gazette, Democratic; E. J. Killean, editor. Gazette Printing Com- 
pany, publishers, Gove City. 

Gove County Republican, Republican; J. E. Hart, editor, W. J. Lloyd, publisher, 
Gove City. 

The Settlers' Guide, Republican; S. W. Baker, editor, J. H. Baker, manager, 
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GBAHAM COUNTY. 

The Millbrook Times, Republican; Benj. B. F. Graves and Merritt L. Graves, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, Millbrook. 

Graham County Democrat, Democratic; Louis M. Pritchard and Milt. L. Singrey, 
editors and publishers, Millbrook. 

The Hill City Reveille, Republican; H. D. Clayton, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor. Hill City. 

Hill City Democrat, Democratic; J. F. Stewart and H. Kampmeier, editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, Hill City. 

Hill City Star, Republican; J. H. Wright and H. S. Hogue, publishers, Hill City. 

Hill City Sun, Union Labor; T. H. McGill, editor, publisher and proprietor. Hill 
City. 

The Fremont Press, Democratic; E. E. Bright and R. S. Stout, editors and pro- 
prietors, Fremont. 

TheBogue Signal, Republican; F. F. McBride, editor and proprietor, Bogue. 

GEANT COUNTY, 

Grant County Register, Democratic; Herbert L. Gill, editor and proprietor, 
Ulysses. 

The Tribune-Commercial, Republican; John M. Ruckman and Geo. W. Perry, 
editors, publishers and proprietors, Ulysses. 

Golden Gazette, Democratic; J. A. Harman, editor, publisher and proprietor, J. 
O. Johnson, associate editor, Golden. 

Shockeyville Plainsman, Republican; T. R. Hornaday, editor and proprietor, 
Shockey. 

GBAY COUNTY. 

The Jacksonian, Democratic; E. S. Garten, editor and manager, Jacksonian 
Printing Company, publishers and proprietors, Cimarron. 

New West Echo, Republican; N. B. Klaine, editor, S. S. Logan, business manager, 
New West Printing Company, publishers, Cimarron. 

The Montezuma Chief, Democratic; J. H. Hebard, editor and manager, Chief 
Publishing Company, publishers, T. B. Pyles, proprietor, Montezuma. 

Ingalls Union, independent; R. H. Turner, editor, Union Publishing Company, | 
publishers, Ingalls. 

GEEELEY COUNTY. 

The Horace Champion, Republican; Clarke H. White and Henson B. Lemmon, 
proprietors, Horace. 

The Horace Messenger, Democratic; A. J. Hunter and A. C. Fulkerson, editors 
and proprietors, Horace. 

The Greeley County Enterprise, Democratic; Carter Hutchinson, editor and 
manager. Tribune. 

Greeley County Republican, Republican; J. M. Hawkins, publisher. Tribune. 

GEEENWOOD COUNTY. 

The Eureka Herald, Republican; Z. Harlan, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Eureka. 

The Greenwood County Republican, (daily and weekly,) Republican; W. E. Doud, 
editor and proprietor. Eureka. 

Democratic Messenger, Democratic; T. W. Morgan, editor, Eureka. 

The Madison News, Republican; W. O. and V. E. Lunsford, editors and proprie- 
tors, Madison. 
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The Severy Record, Republican; Geo. H. Doud, editor, Geo. H. Doud and H. W. 
Bailey, proprietors, Severy. 

The Kansas Clipper, Democratic; C. E. Wainscott, editor and proprietor, Severy. 

Fall River Times, Union Labor; J. A. Somerby, editor. Fall River. 

Saturday Morning Sun, neutral; J. H. Morse, editor and proprietor, Fall River. 

HAMILTON COUNTY. 

The Syracuse Journal, Republican; H. J^. Lester, editor, G. W. Reed, business 
manager, Journal Publishing Company, publishers, Syracuse. 

Syracuse Sentinel, Republican; Will C. Higgins and Ed. V. Higgins, managing 
editors and proprietors, Sentinel Company, publishers, Syracuse. 

The Democratic Principle, Democratic; F. M. Dunlavy, editor and proprietor, 
T. S. Hurd, associate editor, Syracuse. 

The Kendall Boomer, Democratic; Henry Block, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Kendall. 

The Coolidge Citizen, Republican; O. H. Knight and J. H. Borders, editors and 
proprietors, Coolidge. 

The Coolidge Times, Democratic; L. I. Purcell, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Coolidge. 

HARPEE COUNTY. 

The Anthony Republican, (daily and weekly,) Republican; George W. Maffet, 
editor, publisher and proprietor; Lafe. Merritt, city editor, Anthony. 

Harper County Enterprise, Democratic; T. H. W. McDowell, editor, publisher 
and proprietor; W. L. Hutchinson, general business manager, Anthony. 

Anthony Journal, Republican; J. R. Hammond, editor; Anthony Journal Co., 
publishers, Anthony. 

The Harper Sentinel, Democratic; J. L. Isenberg, editor and publisher. Harper. 

The Prophet, Union Labor, ; , editor and manager, Harper. 

Harper Normal School and Business College Journal, (monthly,) educational; 
R. W. Ball, editor and publisher, Harper. 

The Harper Republican, (daily and weekly,) Republican; M. A. Hull, editor and 
publisher, Harper. 

The Attica Advocate, Republican; L. A. Hoffman, editor; Hoffman & Son, (A. B.,) 
publishers and proprietors, Attica. 

Freeport Leader, Republican; Mervin O. Cissel, publisher, Freeport. 

Bluff City Herald, Republican; James Glover, editor and proprietor, Bluff City. 

The Crisfield Courier, independent; B. Wilson, editor; Henry Anderson andL. B. 
Wilson, proprietors, Crisfield. 

HABVEY COUNTY. 

The Newton Republican, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Noble L. Prentis, editor; 
Newton Publishing Company, publishers, Newton. 

Newton Kansan, Republican ; Charles H. Kurtz, editor and proprietor, Newton. 

Newton Anzeiger, German; C. D. Heinrich, editor and publisher, Newton. 

The Kansas, Commoner, Union Labor; J. R. Rogers, editor, B. E. Kies, business 
manager, Newton. 

The Newton Weekly Journal, Democratic; John A. Reynolds, publisher, Newton. 

The Halstead Independent, Republican; Joe F. White, editor and proprietor, 
Halstead. 

The Burrton Graphic, Republican; M. L. Sherpy, editor and proprietor, Burrton. 

The Sedgwick Pantagraph, Republican: Cash M. Taylor, editor and publisher, 
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HASKELL, OOTJNTY. 

The Ivanhoe Times, Democratic; T. B. Pyles, editor, Times Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers, Ivanhoe. 

The Santa F^ Leader, Democratic; C, R. Cravens, editor. Leader Publishing 
Company, publishers, Santa F6. 

The Santa F6 Monitor, Republican; J. W. Richardson, editor and publisher, 
Santa F6. 

HODGEMAN COUNTY. 

Jetmore Reveille, Republican; Roando C. Orndorfif, managing editor, H. Orn- 
dorflF, proprietor, Jetmore. 

The Jetmore Weekly Scimitar, Democratic; William J. Fuller, editor and mana- 
ger, Jetmore. 

Jetmore Sif tings. Republican; L. C. Miller, editor and proprietor, Jetmore. 

Jetmore Journal, Republican; E. E. Hood, editor, S. A. Sheldon, proprietor, Jet- 
more. 

JACKSON COUNTY. 

The Holton Weekly Recorder, Republican; M. M. Beck, editor and proprietor, 
Holton. 

The Holton Weekly Signal, Democratic; W. W. Sargent, editor and proprietor, 
Holton. 

The Normal Advocate, (monthly,) educational; E. J. Hoenshel, editor and pro- 
prietor; J. J. Rippetoe, associate editor, Holton. 

The Whiting Weekly News, Republican; J. S. Clark, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor. Whiting. 

Soldier City Tribune, neutral; A. P. Shaw, publisher, Soldier. 

JEFFEBSON COUNTY. 

The Oskaloosa Independent, Republican; F. H. Roberts, editor and publisher, 
Oskaloosa. 

Valley Falls New Era, Republican; A. W. Robinson, editor and proprietor. Valley 
Falls. 

The Valley Falls Register, Democratic; T. W. Gardner, editor and publisher. Val- 
ley Falls. 

Lucifer, (The Light Bearer,) Liberal; Moses Harmon, editor and publisher. Val- 
ley Falls. 

Fair Play, Liberal; E. C. Walker, editor, E. C. Walker and Lillian Harmon, 
publishers, Valley Falls. 

The Winchester Herald, Republican; Oscar C. Kirkpatrick, publisher, Winchester. 

The Nortonville News, Republican; Robert A. Wright, editor and proprietor, 
Nortonville. 

Meriden Report, Democratic; John Gish and John Groshong, editors and pub- 
lishers, Meriden. 

The McLouth Times, Republican; A. B. Mills, editor and publisher, McLouth. 

JEWELL COUNTY. 

Jewell County Monitor, Republican; R. F. Vaughan, editor and proprietor, 
Mankato. ^ 

Jewell County Review, Republican; S. M. Weed, editor and proprietor, Mankato. 

Kansas Labor Clarion, Union Labor; J. Dunton, editor and proprietor, Mankato. 

The Jacksonian, Democratic; George W. Reed, editor, S. S. Mason, publisher, 
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Jewell County Republican, Republican; Benjamin Musser and W. C. Palmer, 
publishers, Jewell City. 

Burr Oak Herald, Republican; H. F. Faidley, editor and proprietor, Burr Oak. 

JOHNSON COUNTY. 

The Olathe Mirror, Republican; H. A. Perkins, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Olathe. 

The Kansas Patron, Grange; Geo. Black, editor, H. C. Livermore, manager, John- 
son County Cooperative Association, publishers, Olathe. 

The Kansas Star; published by the pupils of the Deaf and Dumb Institution, 
Olathe. 

The Olathe Baptist Builder, (monthly,) religious; R. P. Stephenson, editor and 
publisher, Olathe, 

Spring Hill New Era, Prohibition; J. W. Sowers, editor, Spring Hill. 

The Johnson County Democrat, Democratic; David Hunt, publisher, Olathe. 

KEAENEY COUNTY. 

The Kearney County Advocate, Republican; C. O. Chapman, editor and proprie- 
tor, Lakin. 

Lakin Pioneer Democrat, Democratic; John T. Griffith, editor and publisher, 
Lakin. 

Hartland Herald, Democratic; Jos. Dillon, editor and proprietor, Hartland. 

Kearney County Coyote, Democratic; Lon. Whorton, editor and proprietor, 
Hartland. 

The Standard, Democratic; Jo. W. Merifield, editor, Hartland. 

KINGMAN COUNTY. 

Kingman County Democrat, Democratic; W. A. Eaton, editor and publisher, 
Kingman. 

The Kingman Courier, (daily and weekly), Republican; J. Malcom Johnston, 
editor, J. A. Maxey, business manager, C. M. Bay, publisher, Kingman. 

Kingman Leader, Republican; Morton Albaugh, editor, Kingman. 

Voice of The People, Union Labor; C. L. Swartz, editor, N. V. Van Patten, man- 
ager, Kingman. 

Norwich News, Republican; J. O. Graham, editor and publisher, Norwich. 

The Cunningham Herald, independent Republican; J. Geo. Smith, editor and 
publisher, Cunningham. 

The Spivey Dispatch, independent; Al. D. Krebs and W. J. Krebs, editors and 
proprietors, Spivey. 

The Spivey Index, neutral; Geo. W. Kelley, editor, B. V. Kelley, publisher, Spivey. 

KIOWA COUNTY. 

The Kiowa County Signal, Republican; Will. E. Bolton, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Greensburg. 

Greensburg Rustler, Democratic; S. B. Sproule, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Greensburg. 

Kiowa County Times, independent; H. B. Graves, editor. Coke Eberly, publisher, 
Greensburg. 

Wellsford Reformer, Democratic; S. W. Herring, editor, W. S. Neal, proprietor, 
Wellsford. 

Haviland Tribune, Union Labor; Will. S. Neal, proprietor, Haviland. 




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liABETTE OOUNTT. 

The Parsons Sun, (daily and weekly,) Republican; H. H. Lusk, editor, publisher 
and proprietor, Parsons. 

The Parsons Eclipse, (daily and weekly,) independent; J. B. Lamb & Sons, (C. L. 
and Lamb,) editors and proprietors. Parsons. 

Parsons Palladium, Democratic; Will W. Frye, editor, Frank W. and Will W. Frye 
publishers and proprietors, Parsons. 

The Weekly Clarion, Republican; A. H. Tyler, editor, and business manager, L. K. 
Sheward, publisher and proprietor, Parsons. 

The Chetopa Advance, Republican; J. M. Cavaness, editor, Chetopa. 

Chetopa Statesman, Union Labor; Nelson Abbott, editor, Chetopa. 

The Chetopa Democrat, Democratic; J. J. Rambo, publisher, Chetopa. 

The Oswego Independent, Republican; Nelson Case, editor, Mrs. Mary McGill, 
publisher, W. F. McGill, local editor, Oswego. 

Labette County Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Landis, editor and publisher, Os- 
wego. 

The Oswego Bee, (daily and weekly,) Union Labor; Wright, Macon «fe Company, 
publishers, J. H. Macon, business manager, Oswego. 

The Mound Valley Herald, Republican; W. F. Thrall, editor and publisher, Mound 
Valley. 

Altamont Sentinel, independent; Mrs. Lizzie Newlon, publisher, C. S. Newlon, pro- 
prietor, Altamont. 

The Wilsonton Journal, neutral; Mrs. Augustus Wilson, editor and proprietor, E. G. 
Gushing, associate editor and manager, Wilsonton. 

LANE COUNTY. 

Lane County Herald, Democratic; J. C. Riley, jr., editor; Riley & Egger, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, Dighton. 

The Dighton Journal, Republican; Ben L. Green, editor and proprietor; H. E. 
Woolheater, local editor, Dighton. 

Lane County Republican, Republican; M. H. Curts, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Dighton. 

LEAVENWOBTH COUNTY. 

The Leavenworth Times, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Z. A. Smith, editor, 
A. C. Lamborn, manager, Leavenworth Times Publishing Company, publishers, 
Leavenworth. 

The Standard, (daily and weekly,) Democratic; T. A. Hurd, president, Edward 
Carroll, secretary, Frank T. Lynch, treasuref and manager, Leavenworth. 

The Sun, (daily,) independent; Sun Publishing Company, publishers, Leaven- 
worth. 

Leavenworth Post, (German,) independent; Max Gronefeld, editor, Franz F. 
Metschan, publisher, Leavenworth. 

The Kansas Catholic, religious; John O'Flanagan, editor, Kansas Catholic Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers, Leavenworth. 

The Home Record, (monthly,) charitable; Mrs. C. H. Gushing, editor, Home for 
the Friendless, publishers, Leavenworth. 

The Orphan's Friend, ( monthly,) charitable; Mrs. Thomas Carney, editor and 
business manager, Mrs. DeForest Fairchild, associate editor, Leavenworth. 

The Lance, independent; James Paddock, editor and publisher, Leavenworth. 

Central Business College Journal, (monthly,) educational; Leach <fe Parker, 
principals, Leavenworth. 

The Tonganoxie Mirror, Republican; William Heynen, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Tonganoxie. 



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LINCOLN COUNTY. 

The Lincoln Republican, Republican; Tell W. Walton, editor and publisher, 
Lincoln. 

The Lincoln Beacon, independent; advocates Woman Suffrage, Prohibition, and 
Anti-Monopoly; W. S. and Anna C. Wait, editors and publishers, Lincoln. 

Lincoln County Democrat, Democratic; Ira S. Troup, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Lincoln. 

Sylvan Grove Sentinel, neutral; W. H. Pilcher, editor and publisher, Sylvan 
Grove. 

Barnard Times, independent; S. M. Figge, publisher, Barnard. 

LINN COUNTY. 

Linn County Clarion, Republican; C. J. Trigg, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Mound City. 

Mound City Progress, independent; Howard T. Smith and John R. Mentzer, 
editors, publishers and proprietors. Mound City, 

Torch of Liberty, Union Labor; W. H. Clark and James Morrison, editors and 
publishers. Mound City. 

LaCygne Weekly Journal, Republican; J. P. Kenea and Ed. C. Lane, editors and 
publishers, LaCygne. 

The Pleasanton Observer, Republican; S. J. Heaton, editor, D. S. Capell, J. P. 
Kenea and Ed. C. Lane, proprietors, Pleasanton. 

The Pleasanton Herald, Union Labor; J. E. Latimer, editor and publisher, Pleas- 
anton. 

The Blue Mound Sun, Republican; John N. Barnes and W. S. Piatt, editors and 
publishers. Blue Mound. 

The Prescott Republican, Republican; Charles Henry Bigwood and James Stew- 
art Beckwith, editors and publishers, Prescott. 

LOGAN COUNTY. 

Monument Obelisk, Republican; J. W. Taylor, editor and publisher. Monument. 

Oakley Opinion, Democratic; Edward Kleist, editor and publisher, Oakley. 

Oakley News Letter, Republican; John A. Goodier, editor and publisher, Oakley. 

Winona Weekly Messenger, Democratic; A. S. Booton, editor and publisher, 
Winona. 

The Winona Clipper, Republican; J. P. Israel, editor, Winona. 

Logan County Republican, Republican; C. V. Kinney, editor; J. K. Hupp, pro- 
prietor, Russell Springs. 

Logan County Leader, Democratic; S. W. Grove, editor; S. W. Grove and Geo. 
Egger, publishers, Russell Springs. 

Augustine Herald, Republican; N. Fenstemaker, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Augustine. 

LYON COUNTY. 

The Emporia News, (daily and weekly,) independent; J. F. O'Connor, editor; H. 
D. Hammond, business manager; News Company, publishers, Emporia. 

Emporia Republican, (daily and weekly,) Republican; C. V. Eskridge, editor, pub- 
lisher and proprietor, Emporia. 

The Emporia Democrat, Democratic; J. M. McCown, editor and proprietor, Em- 
poria. 

The Kansas Workman, Union Labor; Cyrus Corning, editor; Kansas Workman 
Publishing Company, publishers, Emporia. 

The Fanatic, Prohibition; Joseph Langellier, editor and publisher, Emporia. 




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Emporia Sunday Gazette, Republican; W. F. Craig, editor and proprietor, Em- 
poria. 

The Hartford Call, Republican; W. J. Means, editor and publisher, Hartford. 

The Americus Ledger, Republican; C. A. and William Moore, editors, publishers, 
and proprietors, Americus. 

Allen Tidings, Republican; Major A. Paul, editor and proprietor, Allen. 

m'pheeson county. 

The McPherson Freeman, Republican; H. B. Kelly, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, McPherson. 

The McPherson Republican and Weekly Press, (daily and weekly,) Republican; 
S. G. Mead, editor, publisher and proprietor, McPherson. 

The Democrat, Democratic; Warren Knaus, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
McPherson. 

McPherson Anzeiger, (German;) J. F. Harms, editor. Western German Publish- 
ing Company, publishers, McPherson. 

Our Opinion, Union Labor; Geo. C. Findley, editor and business manager. Our 
Opinion Publishing Company, publishers, McPherson. 

The School, Fireside and Farm, (monthly,) educational; S. Z. Sharp, editor-in- 
chief, George E. Studebaker, business manager, McPherson College, publishers, 
McPherson. 

The Lindsborg News, Republican; A. Ringwald, publisher, Lindsborg. 

The Canton Republican, Republican; W. R. Davis, editor and publisher. Canton. 

The Moundridge Leader, independent; James M. Coutts, editor, Moundridge 
Publishing Company, proprietors, Moundridge. 

The Marquette Monitor, Republican; S. W. Hill, editor and proprietor, Mar- 
quette. 

The Galva Times, neutral; James A. Harris, publisher, Galva. 

Framat, (Swedish,) educational; Jonas Westling, manager, Bethany Book Con- 
cern, publishers, Lindsborg. 

MABION COUNTY. 

Marion Record, Republican; E. W. Hoch, editor, B. C. Hastings, manager, Marion. 

The Cottonwood Valley Times, Democratic; W, W. Wheeland, editor, "The Times " 
Publishing Company, J. H. Buchanan, president, M. O, Billings, business manager, 
publishers, Marion. 

Marion County Anzeiger, German; J. F. Harms, editor, Western German Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers, Hillsboro. 

The Lower Light, (monthly,) religious; 0. L. Clarke, secretary, Y. M. C. A., 
publishers, Marion. 

The Peabody Gazette, Republican; W. H. Morgan and Son (Geo. E.), editors, 
publishers and proprietors, Peabody. 

The Peabody Graphic, Republican; R. L. Cochran, editor, D. McKercher, pub- 
lisher, Peabody. 

The Florence Herald, Republican; W. H. Booth, editor and proprietor, Florence. 

Florence Weekly Bulletin, Democratic; J. B. Crouch, editor, Florence. 

Hillsboro Herald, (German,) Republican; John Dole, proprietor, Hillsboro. 

The Lost Springs Courier, Republican; J. C. Padgett, publisher. Lost Springs. 

MAESHAIili COUNTY. 

Marshall County News, Republican; Geo. T. Smith, editor and proprietor, Marys- 
Tille. 

Marshall County Democrat, Democratic; O. J. Morse and W. T. Ecks, editors and 
managers, Marysville. 



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Marysville Post, (German,) Democratic; William Becker, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Marysville. 

The True Republican, Union Labor; P. D. Hartman, editor, Marysville. 

The Waterville Telegraph, Republican; Henry C. Willson, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Waterville. 

Blue Rapids Times, Republican; E. M. Brice and Edward Skinner, editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, Blue Rapids. 

The Frankfort Bee, Republican; W. J. Granger, editor, publisher and proprietor^ 
Frankfort. 

The Frankfort Sentinel, Union Labor; S. H. Peters, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Frankfort. 

The Axtell Anchor, Republican; J. M. Ross and Thomas Nye, publishers, Axtell. 

The Star, Republican; Dan M. Mabie, editor and publisher, Beattie. 

The Irving Leader, Republican; J. R. Leonard, editor and proprietor, Irving. 

MEADE COUNTY. 

The Meade County Globe, Republican; Frank Fuhr, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Meade Center. 

Meade County Press-Democrat, Democratic; H. Wilts. Brown, editor and pub- 
lisher, Meade Center. 

The Meade Republican, Republican; T. J. Palmer, editor and proprietor, Meade 
Center. 

Fowler City Graphic, Republican; I, A. Strauss, editor, O. S. Hurd, publisher and 
proprietor, Fowler City. 

The West Plains Mascott, Republican; H. B. Stone, editor and publisher. West 
Plains. 

The Hornet, Republican; Chas. K. Sourbeer, editor, Sourbeer Bros., publishers,^ 
Artesian City. 

MIAMI COUNTY. 

The Western Spirit, Democratic; B. J. Sheridan, editor, publisher and proprietor 
Paola. 

The Miami Republican, Republican; W. D. Greason, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Paola. 

The Paola Times, Republican; Aaron D. States, editor; Harry W. Land, pub- 
lisher; States & Land, proprietors, Paola. 

The Louisburg Herald, Republican; R. H. Cadwallader, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Louisburg. 

Osawatomie Graphic, independent; Frank Pyle and Merritt E. Springer, editors 
and proprietors, Osawatomie. 

Osawatomie Advertiser, neutral; published by Osawatomie Printing Co., A. F> 
Meek, president; W. H. Campbell, secretary; G. N. Marley, publisher, Osawatomie. 

The Fontana News, neutral; M. Bramblet, editor and publisher, Fontana. 

MITCHEIiL COUNTY. 

The Beloit Gazette, Republican; S.H. Dodge, editor, publisher and proprietor, Be- 
loit. 

Beloit Weekly Courier, Republican; W. H. Caldwell, editor and proprietor, Beloit. 

The Western Democrat, Democratic; H. A. Yonge, publisher and proprietor, Beloit. 

Cawker City Journal, Republican; by Ferd. Prince, Cawker City. 

Public Record, Republican; L. L, Alrich, editor and publisher, Cawker City. 

The Weekly Times, Republican; J. W. McBride, editor and proprietor, Cawker 
City. 




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Glen Elder Herald, Republican; N. F. Hewett, editor, Glen Elder. 
Scottsville Independent, Republican; Frank M. Coffey, editor and publisher, 
Scottsville. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

The Star and Kansan, Democratic; H. W. Young, editor, publisher and propri- 
etor, Independence. 

South Kansas Tribune, Republican; W. T. and C. Yoe, editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Independence. 

The Evening Reporter, (daily,) neutral; T. N. Sickels, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor. Independence. 

The Refugees' Lone Star, (occasional,) charitable; D. Votaw, editor, Freedman's 
Relief Association, publishers. Independence. 

The Coffey ville Journal, Republican; D. Stewart Elliott, editor, W. G. Waver- 
ling, business manager and publisher, Coffeyville. 

The Sun, Republican; W. A. Peffer, jr., editor and publisher, Coffeyville. 

The Eagle, Democratic; H. M. Stewart, editor, Stewart & Hetherington, pub- 
lishers, Coffeyville. 

Daily Globe and Torch, and The Republican, (weekly,) Republican; C. P. Buf- 
fington, editor. Republican Publishing Company, ( C. C. Kincaid, C. P. Buffington, 
W. A. Cormack and O. F. Carson,) publishers, Cherryvale. 

Cherry vale Champion, Republican; S. P. Moore, editor, F. G. Moore, publisher 
and proprietor, Cherryvale. 

The Elk City Eagle, Republican; W. F. Kingston, editor, publisher and propri- 
etor. Elk City. 

The Caney Chronicle, Republican; J. T. McKee, editor, J. T. McKee & Sons, pro- 
prietors, Caney. 

The Liberty Review, Union Labor; A. S. Duley, editor and publisher, Liberty. 

The Havana, Herald, independent; V. O. Prather, editor and proprietor, E. G. 
Smith and V. O. Prather, publishers, Havana. 

MOERIS COUNTY. 

The Council Grove Republican, Republican; Frank Moriarty and W. F. Waller, 
editors and proprietors. Council Grove. 

Council Grove Guard, Democratic; E. J. Dill, editor and publisher, Council Grove. 

The Anti-Monopolist, Union Labor; W. H. T. Wakefield, editor, publisher and 
proprietor. Council Grove. 

The Dunlap Reporter, independent; Daniel W. Murphy, editor, Dunlap. 

The White City News, independent; Banna F. Cress, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor. White City. 

The Dwight Wasp, Republican; Joseph O. Clayton, editor and manager; Dwight 
Printing Company, publishers, Dwight. 

MOBTON COUNTY. 

The Leader-Democrat, Democratic; Q. A. Robertson, editor, Richfield. 

The Richfield Republican, Republican; R. G. Price, publisher, Richfield. 

The Taloga Star, Prohibition; H. W. Worthington, editor and publisher; Samuel 
Worthington, associate editor, Taloga. 

Westola Wave, neutral; W. C. Calhoun, editor and proprietor, Westola. 

Cundiff Journal, Democratic; Colver & Wester, editors and proprietors, Cundiff. 

Morton County Monitor, Republican; Glenn S. Van Gundy, editor; Frank Van 
Gundy, publisher, Morton. 

The Herald ; Gilbert, editor and proprietor, Morton. 



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NEMAHA COUNTY. 

Seneca Courier-Democrat, Democratic; A. P. and C. H. Herold, editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, Seneca. 

The Seneca Tribune, Republican; W. H. and G. F. Jordan, editors and publish- 
ers, Seneca. 

Nemaha County Republican, Republican; J. F. Clough, editor and proprietor, 
W. H. Whelan, associate editor, Sabetha. 

The Sabetha Herald, Republican; Flora P. Hogbin, editor, A. C. Hogbin, pub- 
lisher, Sabetha. 

Nemaha County Spectator, Republican; John Stowell, editor, Wetmore. 

Centralia Journal, Republican; Bert Patch, editor, B. H. Patch, publisher and 
proprietor, Centralia. 

The Goflf's News, neutral; Thomas A. Kerr, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
GoflE's. 

NEOSHO COUNTY. 

Neosho County Journal, Democratic; John R. Brunt, publisher and proprietor, 
Osage Mission. 

Chanute Weekly Times, Republican; Cyrus T. Nixon, editor and publisher, 
Chanute. 

The Chanute Blade, Democratic; C. E. Allison and J. P. Bell, editors and pub- 
lishers, Chanute. 

Chanute Vidette, Republican; G. M. Dewey, publisher and proprietor, Chanute. 

Republican Record, Republican; Ben. J. Smith, editor and proprietor, Erie. 

The People's Vindicator, Union Labor; Wm. George and W. E. Hardy, editors 
and publishers, Erie. 

Head Light, Republican; C. T. Ewing, publisher, Thayer. 

Galesburg Enterprise, Republican; J. R. Schoonover, publisher, Galesburg. 

NESS COUNTY. 

Ness City Times, Republican; Steele L. Moorhead, editor and proprietor, Ness 
City. 

Ness County News, Republican; James K. Barnd, editor and proprietor, Ness City. 

Walnut Valley Sentinel, Democratic; D. E. McDowell and R. G. Weisell, editor, 
publisher and proprietor, Ness City. 

Harold Record, Republican; Robert Findlay, sr., editor and proprietor, Harold. 

Nonchalanta Herald, neutral; H. C. Notson, editor and publisher, Nonchalanta. 

NOBTON COUNTY. 

The Norton Courier, Republican; F. M. Duvall, manager, Norton. 

The Champion, Republican; J. W. Conway, editor and proprietor, Norton. 

Weekly New Era and Norton Democrat, Democratic; W. H. Hiles, editor, Norton. 

Lenora Record, Democratic; Charles T. Bogert, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Lenora. 

The Edmond Times, Republican; Mark J. Kelley, editor, Times Printing Com- 
pany, publishers, Edmond. 

The Almena Star, Republican; Marion J. Munday, publisher, Almena. 

The Almena Plaindealer, Republican; A. J. McKinney, editor and publisher, 
Almena. 

OSAGE COUNTY. 

The Osage County Chronicle, Republican; J. N. McDonald, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Burlingame. 

The Burlingame Democrat, Democratic; W. D. Jacobs and J. L. Cooper, editors 
and proprietors, E. J. Dill, W. D. Jacobs and J. L. Cooper, publishers, Burlingame. 




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The Burlingame News, (amateur monthly;) Dick Taylor, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Burlingame. 

The Beech Brook Breeze, (amateur monthly;) Nettie B. Woodzelle, editress, W. 
H. Mundy, publisher, Burlingame. 

The Burlingame Echo, (amateur monthly;) W. H. Mundy, editor, proprietor and 
publisher. Miss Lulu Harris, associate editor, Burlingame. 

The Oage City Free Press, Republican; J. V. Admire, editor, D. J. Roberts, super- 
intendent, Free Press Company, publishers, Osage City. 

Kansas People, independent; Miles W. Blain and Elijah Mills, editors and pub- 
lishers, Osage City. 

The Lyndon Journal, Republican; W. A. Madaris, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor, Lyndon. 

Osage County Graphic, Republican; R. A. Miller, editor, Graphic Publishing 
Company, publishers, Lyndon. 

The Carbondalian, Republican; Reuben F. Playford, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Carbondale. 

The Osage County Republican, Republican; W. F. Cochran and M. B. Evans, 
editors and publishers, Quenemo. 

The Melvern Record, Republican; W. S. Rilea, editor and publisher, Melvern. 

Osage County Times, Union Labor; James Cox, editor and proprietor, Scranton. 

OSBOBNE COUNTY. 

Osborne County Farmer, Republican; C. W. Crampton and C. W. Landis, editors, 
publishers and proprietors, C. W. Crampton, business manager, Osborne. 

Osborne County News, Democratic; W. D. Gerard & Co., editors and publishers, 
Osborne. 

Osborne County Journal, Republican; F. H. Barnhart and John G. Eckman, pro- 
prietors, Osborne. 

Downs^ Times, Republican; E. D. and Q. R. Craft, publishers, Downs. 

The Downs Chief, Democratic; W. H. Whitmore, editor and proprietor. Downs. 

Western Empire, Republican; Israel Moore and D. E. Goddard, publishers, Alton. 

Portis Patriot, Republican; M. H. Hoyt, publisher and proprietor, Portis. 

The Downs Globe, Republican; Benj. T, Baker, editor, Benj. T. Baker and James 
Bower, proprietors, Downs. 

OTTAWA COUNTY. 

The Minneapolis Messenger, Republican; A. P. Riddle and C. M. Dunn, editors 
and publishers, A. P. Riddle, proprietor, Minneapolis. 

Solomon Valley Democrat, Democratic; Park S. Warren, managing editor, Min- 
neapolis. 

Minneapolis Commercial, Republican; H. R. Campbell, editor, H. R. and E. K. 
Campbell, publishers, Minneapolis. 

Kansas Workman, (monthly,) A. 0. U. W.; A. P. Riddle, editor and proprietor, 
Minneapolis. 

The Sprig of Myrtle, (monthly,) Knights of Pythias; A. P. Riddle, editor and pro- 
prietor, Minneapolis. 

The School Room Journal, (monthly,) educational; A. P. Warrington, editor, Min- 
neapolis. 

Delphos Republican, Republican ; J. M. Waterman, editor and proprietor, Delphos. 

Bennington Star, Union Labor; D. B. Loudon, editor and proprietor, D. K. Kirk- 
land, local editor, Bennington. 

The Tescott Herald, Republican; Guy A. Adams, editor and proprietor, Tescott. 



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PAWNEE COUNTY. 

Larned Weekly Chronoscope, Republican; The Larned Printing Company, pub- 
lisher, Fred S. Hatch, managing editor, Larned. 

The Larned Eagle-Optic, Democratic; Optic Steam Printing Company, pub- 
lishers, Thomas E. Leftwich, managing editor, A. B. Leftwich, business manager, 
Larned. 

The Labor News, Union Labor; W. M. Goodner, editor and business manager, 
Larned. 

Larned Democrat, Democratic; B. B. Crawford, editor and proprietor, Larned. 

The Burdett Bugle, Democratic; J. C. Browne, publisher, Burdett. 

PHIIililPS COUNTY. 

The Kirwin Chief, Republican; R. J. Palmer, and C. E. Anderson, publishers, R. 
J. Palmer, manager, Kirwin. 

Phillipsburg Herald, Republican; E. F. Korns and R. A. Dague, publishers and 
proprietors, Phillipsburg. 

Phillipsburg Democrat, Democratic; W. D. Covington, proprietor, Phillipsburg. 

The Phillipsburg Dispatch, Republican; J. M. McNay, editor, J. M. McNay & Co., 
publishers, Phillipsburg. 

Phillips County Freeman, anti-monopoly; H. N. Boyd, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Logan. 

The Logan Republican, Republican; Lew and Chas. Cunningham, publishers, 
Logan. 

Long Island Leader, Republican; J. N. Curl, editor, publisher and proprietor. 
Long Island. 

Phillips County Inter Ocean, Republican; E. M. Weed, editor, and proprietor, 
Long Island. 

POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. 

The Louisville Indicator, Republican; E. D. Anderson, editor and publisher, 
Louisville. 

Kansas Agriculturist, Republican; Ernest A. Weller, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Wamego. 

Daily Wamegan, Republican; Ernest A. Weller, editor and proprietor, Wamego. 

The Kansas Reporter, Republican; W. P. Campbell, editor and publisher, Wamego. 

St. Marys Star, Democratic; James Graham, editor; C. W. and L. J. Graham, 
associate editors and publishers, St. Marys. 

St. Marys Gazette, Republican; J. S. Carpenter, editor; J. S. Carpenter and A. C. 
Sherman, publishers, St. Marys. 

The Westmoreland Recorder, Republican; J. W. Shiner, editor and publisher, 
Westmoreland. 

The Onaga Democrat, Democratic; A. W. Chabin, editor and publisher, Onaga. 

The Olsburg Newsletter, Republican; Lewis Havermale, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Olsburg. 

PKATT COUNTY. 

The Pratt County Republican, Republican; F. A. Lanstrum and C. T. Warren, 
editors and proprietors, Pratt. 

Pratt County Times, Republican; James Kelly, editor; James Kelly and J. W. 
Naron, publishers, Pratt Center. 

Pratt County Register, Democratic; Dilday <fe Van Senden, editors, publishers 
and proprietors, Pratt Center. 



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CuUison Tomahawk, Democratic; J. S. M'Anarney, editor; Cullison Publishing 
Company, publishers; C. Y. Martin, manager, Cullison. 

Preston Enterprise, independent; Charles T. Allen, editor and publisher, Preston. 

BAWLINS COUNTY. 

The Republican Citizen, Republican; James D. Greason, editor and publisher, 
Atwood. 

The Atwood Journal, Democratic; R. S. Hendricks, editor and proprietor, At- 
wood. 

The Rawlins County Democrat, Democratic; L. A. Hannigan, editor, Blakeman. 

The Blakeman Register, Republican; F. F. Coolidge, editor and proprietor, 
Blakeman. 

The Ludell Gazette, Republican; R. H. Chase, editor, Ludell. 

The McDonald Times, Republican; Fred H. Eno, editor, J. R. Sedgwick, pub- 
lisher, McDonald. 

The Herndon Courant, Republican; E. H. Rathbone, publisher, Herndon. 

BENO COUNTY. 

Hutchinson News, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Ralph M. Easley, president 
and managing editor, Hutchinson News Company, publishers, Hutchinson. 

Weekly Interior Herald, Republican; Fletcher Meridith, editor and proprietor, 
Hutchinson. 

The Weekly Democrat, Democratic; M. J. Keys, editor and publisher, Hutchin- 
son. 

The Saturday Review, Democratic; Y. A. Hartman, editor, South Hutchinson. 

The Nickerson Argosy, Republican; W. F. Hendry and J. E. Humphrey, editors 
and publishers, Nickerson. 

The Nickerson Register, Republican; Harry W. Brown and Harry Brightman, 
editors and publishers, Nickerson. 

The Arlington Enterprise, Republican, John L. Sponsler, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Arlington. 

Sylvia Telephone, Republican; F. D. Roberts & Co., proprietors, Sylvia. 

The Haven Dispatch, Republican; George S. Astle and G. W. Duke, editors and 
proprietors, Haven. 

The Turon Rustler, Republican; M. A. Smedley and R. S. Smedley, editors and 
publishers, Turon. 

The Journal, Republican; R. H. Chittenden, editor, H. T. Chittenden, jr., pub- 
lisher. South Hutchinson. 

The Weekly Press, Republican; F. G. Guyer, editor and proprietor, Olcott. 

The Torch Light, Prohibition; L. D. Abbott, editor and proprietor, Plevna. 

BEPUBLIO COUNTY. 

The Belleville Telescope, Republican; E. E. Brainerd, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Belleville. 

The Belleville Democrat, Democratic; C. M. McLaury, editor, J. and C. M. 
McLaury, publishers and proprietors, Belleville. 

Scandia Journal, Republican; I. C. Ware, editor. Ware & Co., publishers, Scandia. 

The Scandia Independent, independent; H. J. Newton, publisher and propri- 
etor, Scandia. 

Republic City News, Republican; Gomer T. Davies, editor, publisher and pro- 
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The Cuba Union, Republican; T. A. Cordry, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Cuba. 

The Cuba Daylight, Republican; Joseph Shimek, editor, publisher and propri- 
etor, Cuba. 

BICE COUNTY. 

Sterling Gazette, Republican; E. B. Cowgill, editor and publisher, A. L. McMillan^ 
associate editor, Sterling. 

The Sterling Bulletin, Republican; J. E. Junken and S. H. Steele, publishers, W. 
J. Benn, city editor, Sterling. 

Sterling Weekly Champion, Republican; Thos. L. Powers, editor, publisher and 
proprietor. Sterling. 

The Lyons Republican, Republican; Clark Conkling, publisher, Lyons. 

The Lyons Prohibitionist, Prohibition; D. P. Hodgdon, editor and proprietor,. 
Lyons. 

The Lyons Tribune, Democratic; Soldiers' Tribune Publis'hing Company, pub- 
lishers, Lyons. 

The Chase Record, independent; D. W. Stone, editor and proprietor. Chase. 

The Little River Monitor, Republican; W. G. Greenbank, editor and business 
manager, E. B. Pulliam, publisher, Little River. 

Geneseo Herald, Republican; W. R. White and M. W. Smith, editors, Geneseo. 

Cain City Razzooper, Democratic; Will J. McHugh, editor and publisher, B. Grant 
Jefiferis, associate editor, Cain City. 

Frederick Independent, Republican; Ira H. Clark, editor and proprietor, Fred- 
erick. 

BIIiET COUNTY. 

The Nationalist, Republican; Rev. R. D. Parker, Geo. F. Thompson, and L. B. 
Parker, editors, publishers and proprietors, Manhattan. 

The Industrialist, educational and agricultural; edited by the Faculty of the 
State Agricultural College, Geo. T. Fairchild, president, Manhattan. 

The Manhattan Republic, (daily and weekly,) Republican; G. A. Atwood, editor 
and publisher, Manhattan. 

The Mercury, Democratic; J. J. Davis, editor and proprietor, Manhattan. 

The Kansas Telephone, (monthly,) religious; Rev. R. D. Parker, editor and pub- 
lisher, Manhattan. 

Journal of Mycology, (monthly,) scientific; Prof. W. A. Kellerman, editor and 
publisher, Manhattan. 

The Argus, (quarterly,) religious; Manhattan Y. M. C. A., publishers, Manhattan. 

The Saturday Signal, Union Labor; Jas. W. and Emmett McDonald, publishers, 
Manhattan. 

Randolph Enterprise, Republican; J. H. Colt, editor and proprietor, Randolph. 

Leonardville Monitor, Republican; P. S. Loofbourrow, editor, Leonardville. 

The Riley Times, Union Labor; Dudley Atkins, editor and publisher, Riley. 

BOOKS COUNTY. 

The Western News, Republican; E. and 0. Owen, editors and proprietors, 
Stockton. 

Rooks County Record, Republican; W. L. Chambers, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Stockton. 

Rooks County Democrat, Democratic; H. T. Miller, editor and publisher, Stockton. 

Stockton Eagle, Republican; R. D. Graham and Mart. H. Hoyt, editors, Stockton. 

Stockton Academician, educational, (monthly;) edited by the Faculty, I. F. Mather,, 
principal, Stockton. 




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The Plain ville Times, Republican; W. E. Powers, editor and proprietor, Plain- 
ville. 

Labor Tablet, Union Labor; James and William Butler, editors and publishers, 
Plainville. 

Woodston Register, independent; D. E. Cole, editor, M. L. Mclntyre & Co., pub- 
lishers, Woodston. 

Cresson Dispatch, neutral; Frank M. Boyd, proprietor, Cresson. 

BUSH COUNTY. 

Rush Centre Gazette, Republican; R. A. Russell, editor and publisher, R. A. and 
H. A. Russell, proprietors, Rush Centre. 

Rush County News, Republican; Tom J. Stumbaugh, editor and manager, News 
Publishing Company, publishers, Rush Centre. 

La Crosse Chieftain, Republican; John E. Frazer, editor, John E. Frazer and 
F. H. Davis, proprietors, La Crosse. 

The La Crosse Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Tracy, editor and publisher, La 
Crosse. 

McCracken Enterprise, Republican; W. B. Newton, editor and publisher, Mc- 
Cracken. < 

busselij county. 

The Russell Record, Republican; James Jones, editor and publisher, W. S. Keller, 
foreman, Russell. 

Russell Journal, Democratic; E. J. Collins, editor, Collins and Merrill, proprietors, 
Russell. 

Bunker Hill Gazette, Republican; J. C. Gault and A. J. Ulsh, editors, J. C. Gault, 
publisher, Bunker Hill. 

The Dorrance Nugget, Republican; Samuel H. Haflfa, editor and proprietor, Dor- 
rance. 

Luray Headlight, independent; J. M. McAfee, editor and publisher, Luray. 

The Lucas Advance, Republican; C. E. Hughey, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Lucas. 

Waldo Enterprise, independent; F. M. Case, editor and publisher, Waldo. 

SALINE COUNTY. 

Saline County Journal, Republican; M. D. Sampson, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Salina. 

Salina Herald, Democratic; J. M. Davis, publisher, Salina. 

The Salina Republican, (daily and weekly,) Republican; J. Leeford Brady, editor, 
publisher and proprietor, Salina. 

The Rising Sun, Prohibition ; D. M. Gillespie, editor and publisher, Salina. 

Normal Register, (quarterly,) educational; L. O. Thoroman, managing editor, 
Salina. 

The Western Odd Fellow, (semi-monthly,) secret society; D. J. Richey, publisher, 
Salina. 

Vade Mecum, (monthly,) in the interests of agents and advertisers; F. F. Oakley, 
publishers, Salina. 

Brookville Transcript, Republican; Frank Honeywell, editor and publisher, 
Brookville. 

The Gypsum Valley Echo, Republican; J. Wayne Amos, editor and publisher, 
Gypsum City. 

The Assaria Argus, Republican; Dursley Sargent, publisher and proprietor. As- 



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SCOTT COUNTY. 

Scott County News, Republican; Harvey Fleming and N. D. Adams, editors and 
publishers, Scott City. 

The Sentinel-Herald, Democratic; D. F, Hall, editor, J. M. Beadles, managing 
editor, Scott City. 

The Pence Phonograph, Democratic; R. W. Black, editor and proprietor. Pence. 

SEDGWICK COUNTY. 

Wichita Eagle, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Marshall M. Murdock, editor, 
M. M. and R. P. Murdock, publishers and proprietors, Wichita. 

The News-Beacon, (daily,) and The Wichita Beacon, (weekly,) Democratic; John 
S. Richardson, editor, Frederick N. Peck, publisher, Wichita. 

Wichita New Republic, Republican; J. S. Jennings, editor and proprietor, Wich- 
ita. 

The Arrow, neutral; Lon Hoding, publisher, Wichita. 

Wichita Herold, (German,) Democratic; John Hoenscheidt, editor, Wichita. 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, (German,) Democratic; John Hoenscheidt, editor, Wich- 
ita. 

The Wichita Independent, neutral; H. W. Sawyer, editor and manager, Wichita. 

The Mirror, society; R. E. Ryan and E, L. Mackenzie, editors and publishers, 
Wichita. 

The Wichita Journal, (daily and weekly,) Democratic; John Hoenscheidt, man- 
aging editor, Leo. L. Redding and Samuel A. Harburg, associate editors. Journal 
Publishing Company, publishers, Wichita. 

Monthly Echoes, Y. M. C. A.; A. Baird, general secretary, Wichita. 

University Review, (quarterly,) educational; Rev. Warren B. Hendryx, president 
and business manager, Wichita. 

The Wichita Weekly Express, Union Labor; Robert E. Nefif, editor, G. T. Demaree, 
managing editor. Enterprise Publishing Company, publishers, Wichita. 

Wichita Commercial Bulletin, neutral; J. Hulaniski, editor, C. L. Hammack, busi- 
ness manager, Hulaniski <fc Hammack, publishers, Wichita. 

The Wichita Commercial, neutral; Ralph Field, editor and publisher, Whit C. 
Mitchell, associate editor, Wichita. 

Wichita Diocesan News, religious; Rev. John Begley, editor, Wichita. 

The Valley Center News, Republican; Dwight Beach, editor, Dewing & Beach, pro- 
prietors. Valley Center. 

The Weekly Mount Hope Mentor, Republican; E. V. Welch, publisher and pro- 
prietor. Mount Hope. 

The Colwich Courier, independent; Willis B. Powell, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Colwich. 

The Clearwater Sun, Republican; F. B. Brown, editor and publisher, Clearwater. 

The Cheney Blade, Republican; Warren Foster, editor and proprietor, Cheney. 

SEWAED COUNTY. 

The Liberal Leader, Democratic; Lambert Willstaedt, editor and publisher. Lib- 
eral. 

Southwest Chronicle, Republican; Griff B. Newcom, editor and manager. Chroni- 
cle Printing Co., publishers, Liberal. 

The Arkalon News, Republican; A. K. Stoufer, editor and proprietor, Arkalon. 

Springfield Transcript, Democratic; L. P. Kemper, editor and proprietor, 
Springfield. 



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I SHAWNEE COUNTY. 

The Capital-Commonwealth, (daily and weekly,) Republican; J. K. Hudson, edi- 
tor, publisher and proprietor, Topeka. 

State Journal, (daily and weekly,) Republican; Frank P. MacLennan, editor and 
publisher, Topeka. 

The Kansas Democrat, (daily,) Democratic; The Kansas Democrat Publishing Co., 

K. HoUiday, jr., president, W. P. Tomlinson, vice-president, Harry Garvey, secre- 
ry, treasurer, manager and publisher, J. L. Thornton, business manager, Topeka. 

Kansas Farmer, agricultural; Kansas Farmer Company, publishers, Samuel J. 
Crawford, president, J. B. McAfee, vice-president, H. A. Heath, business manager, 
W. A. Peffer, managing editor, Topeka. 

Kansas Telegraph, (German,) Democratic; H. Von Langen, editor and publisher, 
Topeka. 

The Kansas Churchman, (monthly,) religious; Rt. Rev. Bishop Vail, editor, 
Topeka. 

The Western Baptist, religious; L. H. Holt and C. S. Sheffield, editors, publishers 
and proprietors, Topeka. 

Saturday Evening Lance, literary; Harry W. Frost, editor and publisher, Topeka. 

The Kansas Newspaper Union; F. P. Baker, editor, N. R. Baker, manager, Topeka. 

Western School Journal, (monthly,) educational; John MacDonald, editor, pub- 
lisher and proprietor, Topeka. 

The Weekly Knight and Soldier, G. A. R.; M. 0. Frost, editor and publisher, To- 
peka. 

The American Citizen, (colored,) Republican; J. Hume Childers, editoi. A. Mor- 
ton, manager, J. L. Sims, assistant manager, Morton & Co., publishers, Topeka. 

The Christian Citizen, general newspaper; Richard Wake, editor, Riley <fe Wake 
Printing Company, publishers, A. T. Riley, business manager, Topeka. 

The Sunday Ledger, literary; J. P. Limeburner, editor, George W. Reed, business 
manager, T"he Ledger Company, publishers, Topeka. 

The Light, (monthly,) Masonic; Charles Spalding, editor and publisher, Topeka. 

Our Messenger, (monthly,) W. C. T. U.; Olive P. Bray, editor, Topeka. 

The Welcome, (monthly,) musical; E. B. Guild, editor and publisher, Topeka. 

The Washburn Argo, (monthly,) literary; A. W. Brewster, editor-in-chief, Samuel 
W. Naylor, business manager, Topeka. 

The Washburn Reporter, collegiate; Robert Stone, editor-in-chief, C. P. Donnell, 
D. H. Piatt, H. M. Olson and J. L. Poston, associate-editors, L. S. Dolman, business 
manager, Topeka. 

The Night Hawk; Washburn College, occasional, Topeka. 

Kansas United Presbyterian, (monthly,) religious; Rev. M. F. McKirahan, pub- 
lisher, R. M. McGaw, local editor, W. J. Neely and J. E. Kirkpatrick, business man- 
agers, Topeka. 

The Leader, Prohibition; Lee H. Dowling, editor, Topeka. 

Topeka Argus, Republican-Prohibition, equal suffrage, human rights and West- 
ern immigration; Mrs. M. E. DeGeer, editor-in-chief. Miss Laura Keeve, publisher, 
Topeka. 

The Kansas Financier, (semi-monthly;) S. L. Seabrook, editor and proprietor, 
Topeka. 

The Printer Girl, (monthly,) literary; Mary Abarr, editor and manager. Printer 
Girl Publishing Co., publishers, Topeka. 

What Now, (monthly;) published by Railroad Department of the Y. M. C. A., 
R. L. Roberts, editor, Topeka. 



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The Association Reflector, (monthly,) Y. M. C. A.; T. P. Day, editor, G. W. Gar- 
land, business manager, Topeka. 

The Season Signal, (monthly,) advertising; J. M. Shepherd, publisher, Topeka. 

The Budget, (monthly,) advertising; J. F. Daniels, publisher, Topeka. 

The Kansas News, (monthly,) advertising; C. E. Prather, editor, Kansas News 
Co., publishers, Topeka. 

National Passenger, (monthly,) railroad; James L. King, editor, Geo. M. Ewing, 
business manager, Topeka. 

The Topeka Mail, Republican; Frank A., Albert C. and George A. Root, editors 
and publishers. North Topeka. 

The North Topeka News, (daily and weekly,) neutral; G. F. Kimball, editor, Kan- 
sas News Co., publishers, North Topeka. 

The Spirit of Kansas, Prohibition and anti-monopoly; G. F. Kimball, editor and 
publisher, North Topeka. 

The Rossville Times, neutral; G. A. Weller, editor and publisher, Rossville. 

SHEBIDAN COUNTY. 

The Hoxie Sentinel, Republican; W. L. Humes, editor and proprietor, Hoxie. 
TheHoxie Democrat, Democratic; S. P. Davidson, editor and proprietor, Hoxie. 
The Selden Times, Republican; J. F. Thompson, publisher, Selden. 

SHEBMAN COUNTY. 

Sherman County Democrat, Democratic; Frank Parks, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Goodland. 

Sherman County Dark Horse, Republican; J. H. Tait, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Goodland. 

The Goodland News, Democratic: E. F. Tennant, editor and publisher, Goodland. 

Sherman County Republican, Republican; J. H. Stewart, publisher, J. J. Crofut, 
soliciting editor, Goodland. 

State Line Register, neutral; Chas. A. Fitch, editor, J. Frank Longanecker, pro- 
prietor, Kanorado. 

SMITH COUNTY. 

Kansas Pioneer, (daily and weekly;) J. N. Beacom, managing editor and pub- 
lisher, J. J. Hafer, local editor. Smith Centre. 

The Smith County Bulletin, Republican; John Q. Royce, editor and proprietor. 
Smith Centre. 

The Bazoo, Democratic; Jack W. Stewart, editor and proprietor. Smith Centre. 

Gaylord Herald, Republican; Lew C. Headley, editor and proprietor, Gaylord. 

Cedarville Globe, Republican; A. Barron, editor and proprietor, Cedarville. 

The Lebandn Criterion, Republican; J. A. Wright, editor and publisher, Lebanon. 

Union Labor Trumpet and The People's Friend, Union Labor; M. L. and Katie 
Lockwood, publishers, Kensington. 

The Kensington Mirror, Republican; 0. L. Reed, editor, Kensington. 

The Athol News, Union Labor; M. L. and Katie Lockwood, publishers, Athol. 

8TAFFOBD COUNTY. 

Stafford County Herald, Republican and Democratic; R. M. Blair and L. M. 
Steele, editors, Herald Publishing Company, proprietors, M. Benefiel, publisher. 

Stafford County Republican, Republican-Prohibition; Dr. Geo. W. Akers, editor, 
Art. B. Akers, business manager, Akers & Son, proprietors, Stafford. 

The St. John Weekly News, Republican; W. K. P. Dow, editor and business man- 
ager. The News Publishing Company, publishers, St. John. 




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County Capital, Democratic; John B. Hilmes, editor and publisher, St. John. 

The Macksville Times, Republican; A. H. Dever, editor, Welch & Woodford, 
managers, John S. Welch, business manager, Macksville. 

The Cassoday Mirage, Democratic; Hosea Hammitt, editor and publisher, Cas- 
soday. 

STANTON COUNTY. 

Johnson City Journal, Republican; John A. Webster and N. R. Spencer, editors, 
Johnson City. 

The Border Rover, Democratic; Lou Cravens, editor and publisher, T. B. Pyles, 
proprietor, Borders. 

Stanton Telegram, Republican; E. W. Cross, editor and proprietor, Goguac. 

STEVENS COUNTY. 

The Hugo Weekly Herald, Democratic; Geo. W. McClintick, editor and proprietor, 
Hugoton. 

Woodsdale Democrat, Democratic; S. N. Wood & M. L. Wood, editors, Woods- 
dale Publishing Company, publishers, D. W. Walker, manager, Woodsdale. 

The Hermes, Republican; Chas. M. Davis, editor and publisher, Hugoton. 

Moscow Review, Democratic; Lee A. Walton, editor, James Moody, publisher, T. 
B. Pyles, proprietor, Moscow. 

The Voorhees Vindicator, Democratic; C. R.Wright, editor, T. B. Pyles, proprie- 
tor, Voorhees. 

SUMNEB COUNTY. 

The Sumner County Press, Republican; Jacob Stotler, editor and manager. Will 
R. Stotler, assistant editor. Press Printing Company, publishers, Wellington. 

Sumner County Standard, (daily and weekly,) Democratic; Luke Herring, editor 
and publisher, Wellington. 

The Wellington Monitor, Republican; J. G. Campbell and Chas. Hood, editors 
and publishers, Wellington. 

The Christian Reminder, (monthly,) religious; Rev. J. G. M. Hursh, editor and 
publisher, Wellington. 

Stars and Stripes for Young America, (bi-monthly,) amateur; Fred F. Heath, 
Milwaukee, Wis., and John T. Nixon, editors, Wellington. 

The Mocking Bird, Republican; A. A. Richards, publisher, Oxford. 

The Caldwell Journal, Democratic; David Leahy, editor, R. B. Swarthout, pub- 
lisher, Caldwell. 

The Caldwell News, Republican; Robert T. Simons, editor and publisher, Cald- 
well. 

The Industrial Age, Union Labor; S. C. Whitwam, editor, Wellington. 

Belle Plaine News, independent; Emera E. Wilson, editor, Wilson, Turley & Co., 
proprietors. Belle Plaine. 

Mulvane Record, independent; G. L. Reed, editor, publisher and proprietor, Mul- 
vane. 

Geuda Springs Herald, Republican; M. W. Reynolds, editor and proprietor, Geuda 
Springs. 

The Argonia Clipper, independent; S. W. Duncan, editor and proprietor, Argonia. 

Conway Springs Star, Republican; Geo. W. Cain and P. W. Bast, publishers, Con- 
way Springs. 

The South Haven New Era, neutral; Boone Denton, editor and proprietor. South 
Haven. 

THOMAS COUNTY. 

Thomas County Cat, Republican; Joseph A. Gill, editor, Thomas County Publish- 
ing Company, proprietors, Colby. 



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The Democrat, Democratic; Howard Carpenter, editor and proprietor, Colby. 
The Colby Tribune, Republican; I. A. Kelley, editor and proprietor, Colby. 
The Brewster Gazette, Republican; G. F. Roberts, editor, Brewster. 

TEEGO COUNTY. 

Western Kansas World, Republican; W. S. Tilton, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor, Wa-Keeney. 

Wa-Keeney Tribune, Democratic; C. L. Cain, publisher and proprietor, Wa- 
Keeney. 

Trego County Republican, Republican; Geo. J. Shepard, editor and publisher, 
Wa-Keeney. 

WABAUNSEE COUNTY. 

The Wabaunsee County News, Republican; I. D. Gardiner, editor, publisher and 
proprietor. Alma. 

The Alma Enterprise, Republican; V. C. Welch and Frank I. Sage, editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors. Alma. 

The Eskridge Star, Republican; E. H. Perry, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Eskridge. 

The Alta Vista Register, Republican; S. A. Stauffer, editor, Register Co., pub- 
lishers, Alta Vista. 

The Paxico Courier, Republican; L. E. HoflPman, editor, Paxico. 

WALLACE COUNTY. 

Wallace County Register, Republican, S. L. Wilson, editor, S. L. Wilson & Co., 
publishers, Wallace. 

Wallace Weekly Herald, Democratic; A. S. Booton, editor, A. S. Booton and J. L. 
Bornt, publishers, Wallace. 

The Western Times, Republican; Mrs. Kate B. Russell, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Sharon Springs. 

Sharon Springs Leader, Republican; C. N. Banks, editor,publisher and proprie- 
tor, Tune Bentley, local editor and manager, Sharon Springs. 

The Weskansan, independent; Mark Scott, editor, Weskan Publishing Company, 
publishers, Weskan. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Washington Republican, Republican; H. C. Robinson and L. J. Sprengle, editors, 
publishers and proprietors, Washington. 

The Washington Register, Republican; J. B. Besack <fe Son (W. H.), editors, 
Washington. 

The Washington Post, Democratic; Samuel Clarke, editor, Washington. 

The Hanover Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Hood, editor, J. M. Hood and 

Munger, publishers, Hanover. 

The Clifton Review, Republican; J. A. Branson, editor and proprietor, Clifton. 

The Local News, Republican; L. A. Palmer, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Clifton. 

Greenleaf Journal, Republican; J. W. Bliss, editor, Frank D. Bliss, publisher and 
proprietor, Greenleaf. 

The Greenleaf Herald, independent; Frederick Amelung, editor and proprietor, 
Greenleaf. 

Haddam Weekly Clipper, Republican; J. B. Campbell, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Haddam. 

The Haddam Investigator, neutral; Ray E. Chase, editor, T. C. Baldwin, manager, 
Haddam. 



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The Barnes Enterprise, Republican; M. H. Williams and M. 0. Reitzel editors, 
Enterprise Publishing Company, publishers, Barnes. 

Palmer Pioneer, Republican; F. T. Cook, editor, Palmer. 

HoUenberg Record, Republican; Charles E. Williamson, editor, HoUenberg. 

WICHITA COUNTY. 

Wichita Standard, Republican; C. S. Triplett, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Leoti. 

The Leoti Transcript, Democratic; W. R. Gibbs, editor and proprietor, Leoti. 
The Western Farmer, neutral; D. T. Armstrong, editor and proprietor, Leoti. 

WILSON OOUNTT. 

Wilson County Citizen, Republican; John S. Gilmore, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Fredonia. 

Fredonia Democrat, Democratic; H. L. Crittenden, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Fredonia. 

Neodesha Register, Republican; J. K. Morgan, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Neodesha. 

Neodesha Independent, independent; Harry A. Armstrong, editor and publisher, 
Neodesha. 

Buffalo Express, Union Labor; W. H. Jones, editor and publisher, Buffalo. 

Altoona Journal, independent; M. A. Rhea, editor and publisher, Altoona. 

WOODSON COUNTY. 

The Post, Republican; J.N. Stout, editor, publisher and proprietor, Neosho Falls. 

The News, Republican; I. M. Jewitt and R. H. Trueblood, publishers and pro- 
prietors, Yates Center. 

Woodson Democrat, Democratic; R. R. Wells, editor and proprietor, Yates 
Center. 

The Toronto Republican, Republican; N. B. Buck and C. A. Buck, publishers and 
proprietors, Toronto. 

WYANDOTTE COUNTY. 

The Wyandotte Herald, Democratic; V. J. Lane & Co., editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Gazette, (daily and weekly,) Republican; the Gazette Company, 
publishers, Geo. W. Martin, president and editor, J. J. Maxwell, city editor and treas- 
urer, J. W. Wert, secretary, Kansas City. 

Kansas Pioneer, Republican; Louis Weil, editor and publisher, Kansas City. 

The Agassiz Companion, (monthly,) scientific; Will H. Plank, editor and pub- 
lisher, Kansas City. 

Rosedale Record, Democratic; F. M. B. Norman, editor and proprietor, Rosedale 
Publishing Company, publishers, Rosedale. 

The Armourdale Advocate, (daily and weekly,) Republican; John E. Rastall, editor 
and proprietor, F. O. Rodell, local editor, Armourdale post office, Kansas City. 

Cromwell's Kansas Mirror, Republican; Mark Cromwell, editor and proprietor, 
Armourdale post office, Kansas City. 

Argentine Republic, neutral; Joseph T. Landrey, editor and proprietor, Argentine. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES 

NOW RECEIVED. 

ABIZONA. 

Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner, Republican; Arizona Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers, J. C. Martin, editor and manager, Prescott. 



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OAIilFOENIA. 

The Weekly Post; Post Company, publishers, San Francisco. 

Pacific Rural Press; Dewey & Co., publishers, A. T. Dewey and W. B. Ewer, edi- 
tors, 8an Francisco. 

The Overland Monthly; Overland Monthly Company, publishers, San Francisco. 

California Patron and Agriculturist; A. T. Dewey, manager, San Francisco. 

The Signs of The Times; International Missionary Society, publishers, E. J. 
Waggoner and Alonzo T. Jones, editors, Oakland. 

Pacific Health Journal and Temperance Advocate, (monthly;) Pacific Press 
Company, publishers, J. N. Loughborough, J. E. Caldwell, M. D., and C. P. Bollman, 
editors, Oakland. 

The American Sentinel, (monthly;) Pacific Press Publishing Company, publish- 
ers, E. J. Waggoner and Alonzo T. Jones, editors, Oakland. 

OOLOBADO. 

Weekly Rocky Mountain News; News Company, publishers, John Arkins, presi- 
dent and manager, Denver. 

The Denver Republican, (daily;) Republican Publishing Company, publishers, 
Denver. 

Queen Bee, woman suffrage; Mrs. C. M. Churchill, publisher and proprietor, 
Denver. 

Colorado School Journal, (monthly;) Aaron Gove, editor, J. D. Dillenback, pub- 
lisher, Denver. 

Hinsdale Phonograph; Walter E. Mendenhall, editor, W. E. Mendenhall and D. 
C. Loudon, proprietors, Lake City. 

Gunnison Review-Press, (tri-weekly,) Republican; H. C. Olney, manager, Review- 
Press Publishing Company, publishers, Gunnison. 

White Pine Cone, Republican; Geo. S. Irwin, editor, Gunnison. 

The Salida Mail, (semi-weekly;) C. F. Brown, editor, J. F. Erdlen, publisher, 
Erdlen & Brown, proprietors, Salida. 

Law and Gospel, (monthly;) W. H. Bauser, publisher, Springfield. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Quarterly Journal of Inebriety; T. D. Crothers, M.D., editor, published by the 
American Association for the Cure of Inebriates, Hartford. 

Travelers' Record, (monthly;) Travelers' Insurance Company, publishers, Hart- 
ford. 

DISTBIOT OF COLUMBIA. 

The Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office, (weekly,) Washington. 

United States Official Postal Guide; The Brodix Publishing Co., Washington. 

Public Opinion; Public Opinion Co., publishers, Washington, A. H. Lewis, resi- 
dent manager, 140 Nassau street. New York. 

The National Tribune; Geo. E. Lemon, editor, Washington. 

United States Government Publications, (monthly catalogue;) J. H. Hickcox, 
publisher, Washington. 

DAKOTA. 

Bismarck Weekly Tribune, Republican; M. H. Jewell, publisher, Bismarck. 

FLOBIDA. 

The Florida Weekly Dispatch; Chas. W. Da Costa, publisher, A. K. Hammond, 
manager, Jacksonville. 



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GEOEGIA. 

Southern Industrial Railroad Record; conducted by A. L.Harris, Record Publish- 
ing Co., publishers, Atlanta. 

The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta. 

Spelman Messenger, (monthly;) L. A. Upton and M. J. Packard, editors, E. 0. 
Werden, publisher, Atlanta. 

' ILLINOIS. 

' Semi- Weekly Inter-Ocean; Inter-Ocean Publishing Company, Chicago. 

Industrial World and Iron Worker; F. W. Palmer, editor, Melvin M. Cohen, assist- 
ant manager, Chicago. 

The Standard, (religious;) Justin A. Smith, D. D., editor, Edward Goodman, E. R. 
and J. S. Dickerson, proprietors, Chicago. 

The Weekly Drovers' Journal; H. L. Goodall & Co., publishers, Chicago. 

The Svenska Amerikanaren; Swedish American Printing Co., publishers, Bong- 
gren and Waerner, editors, A. E. G. Wingard, business and advertising manager, 
Chicago. 

The American Antiquarian, and Oriental Journal, (bi-monthly;) Rev. Stephen D. 
Peet, editor and publisher, Mendon and Chicago. 

The Union Signal, organ of W. N. T. U.; Mary Allen West, editor, Julia Ames, 
associate editor, Woman's Temperance Publication Association, publishers, Geo. C. 
Hall, business manager, Chicago. 

The Open Court; Dr. Paul Cams, editor, Open Court Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers, Chicago. 

The Comrade, (monthly;) H. E. Gerry, managing editor, Chicago. 

The Dial, (monthly;) A. C. McClurg & Co., publishers, Chicago. 

Watchman, (semi-monthly,) Y. M. C. A.; S. A. Taggart, editor, W. W. Vanarsdale, 
publisher, Chicago. 

The Chicago Express, Union Labor; D. P. Hubbard, editor and manager, Express 
Printing Co., publishers, Chicago. 

The Humane Journal, (monthly;) Albert W. Landon, publisher, Chicago. 

Pravda, mission work; A. E. Adams, publisher, Chicago. 

The Newspaper Union, (monthly;) J. F. Cramer, president, C. E. Strong, man- 
ager, Chicago. 

The Kindergarten, (monthly;) Cora L. Stockham and Emily A. Kellogg, editors, 
Alice B. Stockham & Co., publishers, Chicago. 

The W^estern Trail; published in the interest of the Rock Island Railroad, Chi- 
cago. 

Liberty Library; J. M. Foley, publisher, Chicago. 

The Odd Fellows' Herald; G. M. Adams, editor and manager, M. T. Scott, pub- 
lisher, Bloomington. 

Western Plowman; J. W. Warr, editor, L. B. Kuhn, business manager, Warr «fe 
Kuhn, proprietors, Moline. 

The National Educator; J. Bonham, editor and publisher. Rev. Francis Springer, 
associate editor, Springfield. 

INDIAN TEEEITOEY. 

The Cherokee Advocate; W. P. Boudinot, editor, J. L. Springston, translator, 
Tahlequah. 

Indian Chieftain; John L. Adair, editor, M. E. Milford, manager. Chieftain Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers, Vinita. 

INDIANA. 

The Indiana State Journal; Journal Newspaper Co., publishers, Indianapolis. 
The Millstone and the Corn Miller, (monthly;) the D. H. Ranck Publishing Co., 



124 State Histobical Society. 



(D. H. Ranck, president, A. K. Hallowell, vice-president, Louis H. Gibson, secretary,) 
publishers, Indianapolis. 

Indiana Student, (semi-monthly;) Robertson & Dresslar, editors, Bloomington. 

Mennonitische Rundschau, Mennonite Publishing Co., publishers, Elkhart. 



The Iowa Historical Record, (quarterly;) published by the State Historical So- 
ciety, M. W. Davis, secretary, Iowa City. 

LOUISIANA. 

Southwestern Christian Advocate; A. E. P. Albert, editor, published by the Metho- 
dist Book Concern, New Orleans. 

MABXLAND. 

Johns Hopkins University Circulars, (monthly;) printed by John Murphy & Co., 
Baltimore. 

The American Journal of Psychology, (quarterly;) G. Stanley Hall, editor, E. C. 
Sanford, publisher, Baltimore. 

Jottings, (monthly,) insurance; Jottings Co., proprietors, Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

New England Historical and Genealogical Register, (quarterly;) John Ward Dean, 
editor, N. E. Historic Genealogical Society, publishers, Boston. 

The Woman's Journal; Lucy Stone, H. B. Blackwell and Alice Stone Blackwell, 
editors, Boston. 

The Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, (monthly;) Jos. Henry Allen, 
editor, Boston. 

The Youth's Companion; Perry Mason & Co., publishers, Boston. 

Popular Science News, (monthly;) Austin P. Nichols, editor, W. J. Rolfe, asso- 
ciate editor, Seth C. Bassett, manager, Boston. 

Harvard University Bulletin; Justin Winsor, editor, Cambridge. 

Library Notes, (quarterly;) Melvil Dewey, editor. Library Bureau, publishers, 
Boston. 

Estes and Lauriat's Monthly Book Bulletin, Boston. 

Saturday Evening Gazette; Henry G. Parker, editor and publisher, Boston. 

Journal of American Folk-Lore, (quarterly;) Franz Boas, T. Frederick Crane, 
J. Owen Dorsey, editors, W. W. Newell, general editor, Boston. 

The Writer, (monthly;) W. H. Hills, editor and publisher, Boston. 

The New- Jerusalem Magazine, (monthly,) religious; Massachusetts New-Church 
Union, publishers, Boston. 

American Teacher, (monthly,) educational; A. E. Winship and W. E. Sheldon, 
editors, New England Publishing Company, publishers, Boston. 

Spelling, (quarterly,) organ of the Spelling Reform Association; Melvil Dewey, 
editor, Boston. 

Martha's Vineyard Herald, Chas. Strahan, publisher. Cottage Hill. 

MICHIGAN. 

The Fireside Teacher, (monthly,) home culture; G. H. Bell, publisher. Battle 
Creek. 

Advent Review and Sabbath Herald; Uriah Smith, editor, L. A. Smith, associate 
editor, Seventh-Day Adventist Publishing Association, Battle Creek. 

The Unitarian, (monthly;) J. T. Sunderland, publisher, Ann Arbor. 




Sixth Biennial Bepobt. 125 



MISSOUBI. 

Kansas City Times, (daily;) Morrison Munford, president and manager, Charles 
E. Hasbrook, secretary, Times Publishing Co., publishers, Kansas City. 

Kansas City Daily Journal; Journal Co., publishers, Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Star, (daily,) Kansas City. 

The Evening News, (daily;) Willis J. Abbott, editor, N. E. Eisenlord, business 
manager, Kansas City. 

Kansas City Daily Traveler; Traveler Printing Co., H. B. Cooper, manager, Kansas 
City. 

Kansas City Live-Stock Indicator; The Indicator Publishing Company, publishers, 
Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Live-Stock Record and Farmer; J. H. Ramsey Printing Co., pro- 
prietors, Kansas City. 

Lanphear's Kansas City Medical Index, (monthly;) S. Emory Lanphear, editor 
and publisher, Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Record; A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co., publishers, J. F. Guiwits, 
manager, Kansas City. 

Western Newspaper Union, Kansas City. 

The Mid-Continent, religious; Rev. A. A. E. Taylor, editor. Rev. William J. Lee, 
associate editor, Presbyterian Newspaper Co., publishers, Kansas City. 

The New West, (monthly;) Warren Watson, editor. The New West Publishing Co., 
publishers, Kansas City. 

The Herald; Herald Publishing Co., publishers, Kansas City. 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer, (monthly;) ClifEe M. Brooke, editor and publisher, 
Kansas City. 

Western Advocate, or Camp's Emigrant Guide, (monthly;) C. Rollin Camp, editor 
and publisher, Kansas City. 

The Sun, (bi-monthly;) C. T. Fowler, publisher, Kansas City. 

St. Joseph Herald, (daily and weekly;) William M. Shepherd, manager. Herald 
Publishing Co., publishers, St. Joseph. 

St. Joseph Weekly Gazette; Gazette Publishing Co., publishers, E. E. McCammon, 
secretary, St. Joseph. 

St. Louis Globe-Democrat, (daily;) Globe Printing Company, publishers, D. M. 
Houser, president, S. Ray, secretary, St. Louis. 

American Journal of Education, (monthly;) J. B. Merwin, managing editor, St. 
Louis. 

The Central Christian Advocate; Benj. St. James Fry, editor, Cranston & Stowe, 
publishers, St. Louis. 

The Christian Evangelist; J. H. Garrison and B. W. Johnson, editors, J. J. Haley, 
office editor, Christian Publishing Company, publishers, St. Louis. 

The Altruist, (monthly;) devoted to common property and community homes; 
A. Longley, editor, St. Louis. 

St. Louis Herald, (monthly;) Charles A. Mantz, publisher, St. Louis. 

The Church Builder and Western Evangelist; H. C. Scotford, editor and pub- 
lisher, Kansas City, Mo., and Wichita, Kas. 

NEBKASKA. 

Western Resources; H. S. Reed, managing editor. Resources Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers, Lincoln. 

The Woman's Tribune; Clara Bewick Colby, editor and publisher, Beatrice. 

Western Newspaper Union; Newspaper Union Publishing Company, publishers, 
Omaha. 



126 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



Nebraska Congregational News; H. A. French, publisher, Lincoln. 
Nebraska State Journal, (daily and weekly;) Lincoln. 

NEW JEBSEY. 

The Journal of American Orthoepy, (monthly;) C. W. Larisun, editor, Ringos. 
Orchard and Garden; published by J. T. Lovett, Little Silver. 

NEW MEXICO. 

The Daily Citizen; Thos. Hughes, editor and proprietor, Albuquerque. 
Las Vegas Daily Optic; R. A. Kistler, editor and proprietor. East Las Vegas. 
Santa F6 Daily New Mexican; New Mexican Printing Company, publishers, 
Santa Fe. 

NEW YOBK. 

New York Tribune, (daily,) New York. 

The Daily Register; the New York law journal, New York. 

The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine; Century Company, publishers, Wm. 
W. Ellsworth, secretary, New York. 

Harper's Weekly; Harper <fc Bros., New York. 

Magazine of American History, (monthly;) Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, editor, New 
York. 

Scientific American; 0. D. Munn and A. E. Beach, editors and proprietors, New 
York. 

Science; Science Company, N. D. C. Hodges, publishers. New York. 

The Swiss Cross; Harlan H. Ballard, editor, N. D. C. Hodges, publisher. New 
York. 

Electrical Review; Geo. Worthington, editor, Chas. W. Price, associate editor. 
New York. 

The Library Journal, (monthly;) official organ of the American Library Associa- 
tion; C. A. Cutter and R. R. Bowker, editors, New York. 

The Cooperative Index to Periodicals, (quarterly;) W. I. Fletcher, editor. New 
York. 

The American Missionary, (monthly;) published by the American Missionary 
Association, Rev. W. M. Taylor, D. D., LL. D., president. New York. 

The Home Missionary, (monthly;) published by the American Home Missionary 
Society, Alexander H. Clapp, D. D., Treasurer, New York. 

The Nation, New York. 

Political Science Quarterly; edited by the Faculty of Political Science of Colum- 
bia College, Ginn <fe Co., publishers, New York. 

Appleton Literary Bulletin; D. Appleton & Co., publishers, New York. 

The Irish World; Patrick Ford, editor and proprietor. New York. 

New York Weekly Witness; John Dougall & Co., publishers, New York. 

The Voice; Funk <fe Wagnalls, publishers, New York. 

The Decorator and Furnisher, (monthly;) T. A. Kennett, editor, W. P. Wheeler, 
business manager, The Art Trades Publishing Company, publishers. New York. 

Student's Journal; Andrew J. Graham, editor and proprietor, New York. 

Sabbath Reading; John Dougall <fe Co., publishers, New York. 

The Phonographic World, (monthly;) E, N. Miner, publisher. New York. 

The Library Magazine, John B. Alden, publisher. New York. 

The National Temperance Advocate; J. N. Stearns, secretary and publishing 
agent. New York. 

The Publishers' Weekly, (a book trade journal;) R. R. Bowker, manager. New York. 

The Husbandman, Elmira. 

Public Opinion; Public Opinion Co., publishers. New York and Washington. 



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PThe New York Pioneer; John Dougall & Co., publishers, New York. 
The New Princeton Review, (bi-monthly;) A. C. Armstrong & Son publishers. 
New York. 

The Tariff League Bulletin; published by the American Protective Tariff League, 
New York. 

Demorest's Monthly Magazine; W. Jennings Demorest, publisher, New York. 

I The North American Review, (monthly;) Allen Thorndike Rice, editor, New York. 
Sheltering Arms, (monthly,) New York. 
Scribner's Magazine, (monthly;) Chas. Scribner's Sons, publishers. New York. 
The Globe; The North American Exchange Company, publishers. New York. 
Judge; I. M. Gregory, editor, W. J. Arkell, publisher. New York. 
The Standard; Henry George, editor and proprietor. New York. 
« The Book Buyer, (monthly;) Chas. Scribner's Sons, New York. 

The Bibliographer, (monthly;) Moulton, Weuborne and Co., publishers, Buffalo. 
Garden and Forest; conducted by Prof. C. S. Sargent, The Garden and Forest 
Publishing Company, publishers. New York. 

Book Chat; Brentano's, publishers, New York. 
The Literary News, (monthly,) New York. 
The Library Bulletin of Cornell University, Ithaca. 
The Book Mart, (monthly;) Halkett Lord, literary editor. New York. 
The Youth's Temperance Banner; J. N. Stearns, corresponding secretary and 
publishing agent, New York. 

OHIO. 

Magazine of Western History, (monthly;) J. H. Kennedy, editor, Cleveland. 

Ohio Archseological and Historical Quarterly; Prof. George W. Knight, Prof. W. 
H. Venable, Prof. B. A. Hinsdale and Prof. G. F. Wright, editorial committee, A. H. 
Smythe, publisher, Columbus. 

Weekly Times, Cincinnati. 

The Christian Press; published by the Western Tract Society, Cincinnati. 

Christian Standard; Isaac Errett, editor-in-chief, Cincinnati. 

American Grange Bulletin; F. P. Wolcott, editor, Cincinnati. 

Farm and Fireside, (semi-monthly;) Mast, Crowell <fc Kirkpatrick, editors and 
proprietors, Springfield and Philadelphia, Pa. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Public Ledger, (daily;) G. W. Childs, editor and publisher, Philadelphia. 

Faith and Works; published by the Woman's Christian Association; Miss H. V. 
Wriggins, business manager, Miss A. C. Webb, editor, Philadelphia. 

The Naturalist's Leisure Hour, (monthly;) A. E. Foote, editor and publisher, Phila- 
delphia. 

Farmers' Friend and Grange Advocate; R. H. Thomas, editor, Mechaniosburg. 

Building Association and Home Journal, (monthly;) Michael J. Brown, editor 
and proprietor, Philadelphia. 

Paper and Press, (monthly;) W. M. Patton, publisher and proprietor, Philadelphia. 

American Manufacturer and Iron World; Jos. D. Weeks, editor, Pittsburgh. 

Poultry Keeper, (monthly;) P. H. Jacobs, editor, Poultry Company, publishers, 
Parkesburg and Philadelphia. 

Book News; John Wanamaker, publisher, Philadelphia. 

The Book Mart, (monthly;) Halkett Lord, literary editor. Book Mart Publishing 
Co., publishers, Pittsburgh. 

The Red Man, (monthly;) printed by Indian boys at the Indian School, M. Bur- 
gess, business manager, Carlisle. 



128 State Hi stobical society. 

TBNNESSEE. 

Agricnltnral Science, (monthly;) Chas. S. Plumb, editor, Knoxville. 

TEXAS. 

Canadian Free Press; L. V. Harm, editor and proprietor, Canadian. 

The Canadian Crescent; Freeman E. Miller, Canadian. 

Texas Live-Stock Journal; Stock Journal Publishing Company, publishers. Fort 
Worth. 

The Southern Mercury; State Alliance Publishing Company, P. S. Browder, busi- 
ness manager, Dallas. 

VEBMONT. 

The Woman's Magazine, (monthly;) Esther T. Housh, editor, Frank E. Housh & 
Co., publishers, Brattleboro. 

VIBGINIA. 

Southern Workman and Hampton School Record; S. C. Armstrong, H. W. Lud- 
low and M. F. Armstrong, editors, F. N. Oilman, business manager, printed by 
negro and Indian students, Hampton. 

WISCONSIN. 

Wisconsin State Journal; David Atwood, proprietor, Madison. 

CANADA. 

The Herald, phonetic; The Herald Publishing Co., publishers, Toronto. 

FBANCE. 

Soci^td de G^ograpie, Compte rendu des Stances de la Commission Centrale, 
(semi-monthly;) Paris. 

Bulletin de la Soci^t^ de Geographic, (quarterly,) Paris. 

Chronique de la Soci^td des Gens de Lettres, (monthly,) Paris. 

Bulletin des Stances de la Soci^t^ Nationale d'Agriculture de France, (monthly,) 
Paris. 

Bulletin de la Minist^re de I'Agriculture, (monthly,) Paris. 



SEVENTH BIENNIAL REPORT 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Kansas State Historical SoiiTy, 



FOB THE PEBIOD 



COMMENCING NOVEMBER 21, 1888, AND ENDING NOVEMBER 18, 1890. 



TOPEKA. 

KANSAS PUBLISHING HOUSE : CLIFFOBD C. BAKEB, STATE PBINTEB. 
1891. 



OFFICERS FOR THE YEARS 1889-91. 



WILLIAM A. PHILLIPS, Sallna President, 1889. 

CYRUS K. HOLLIDAY, Topeka President, 1890. 

JAMES S. EMERY, Lawrence President, 1891. 

CYRUS K. HOLLIDAY, Topeka Vice President, 1889. 

JAMES S. EMERY, Lawrence Vice President, 1889-90. 

LYMAN U. HUMPHREY, Independence Vice President, 1890. 

THOMAS A. OSBORN, Topeka Vice President, 189L 

SAMUEL N. WOOD, Woodsdale Vice President, 1891. 

FRANKLIN G. ADAMS, Topeka Secretary, 1889-91. 

JOHN FRANCIS, Topeka Treasurer, 1889-90. 

T. DWIGHT THACHER, Topeka Treasurer, 1891. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : 
C. K. HOLLIDAY, L. U. HUMPHREY, J. N, IVES, F. P. BAKER, D. W. WILDER. 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE : 
T. D. THACHER, S. N. WOOD, B. F. SIMPSON, A. R. GREENE, GEO. D. HALE. 



DIRECrORS. 

Members of the Board of Directors for the year ending January 19, 1892 : 



Adams. F. G Topeka. 

Booth, Henry Lamed. 

Carr, E. T Leavenworth. 

Carroll, Ed Leavenworth. 

C?iRisTiAN, James Arkansas City. 

Dallas, E. J Topeka. 

Edwards, W. C Lamed. 

Elliott, L. R Manhattan. 

Emery, J. S .• Lawrence. 

■Goss, N. S Topeka. 

Hanna, B. J. F Wa-Keeney. 

Hays, R. R Osborne. 

Heizer, D. N Great Bend. 

Hills, F. M Cedar Vale. 

HOLLIDAY, C. K Topeka. 

Hopkins, Scott Horton. 

Humphrey, James Junction City, 



Jones, C.J Garden City. 

Lowe, P. G Leavenworth. 

Martin, Geo. W Kansas City. 

McTaggart, D Liberty. 

Mead, J. R. Wichita. 

Moody, Joel Mound City. 

Peck, George R Topeka. 

Reynolds, Adrian Sedan. 

Schilling, John Hiawatha. 

Simpson, B. F Topeka. 

Stotler, Jacob Wellington. 

Street, W. D Decatur. 

SWENSSON, C. A McPherson. 

Thacher. T. D Topeka. 

Walrond, Z. T Osborne. 

Wellhouse, F Fairmount. 



Members of the Board of Directors for the 

Abbott, J. B DeSoto. 

Adams, N. A Manhattan. 

Anthony, Geo. T Ottawa. 

Blackmar, F. W V Lawrence. 

Canfield, James H Lawrence. 

CoRDLEY, Richard Lawrence. 

Downing, J. H Hays City, 

Elliott, R. G Lawrence. 

Elliston. Henry Atchison. 

Fairchild, Geo. T Manhattan, 

Hale, Geo. D Topeka. 

HiGGiNS, Wm Topeka, 

HocH, E. W Marion. 

Howe, Edgar W Atchison, 

Hudson, J. K Topeka. 

Johnson, A. S Topeka. 

Kellogg, L. B . Emporia. 

Members of the Board of Directors for the year 

Anderson, J. W. D Elk City, 

Anthony, D. R Leavenworth. 

Bailey, L. D Garden City. 

Baker, F. P Topeka. 

Berry, Ed. A Waterville. 

Brown, A. Z Guilford. 

CoBUN, M. W Hoisington, 

Doty, W Oketo, 

Elder, P. P Ottaiva, 

ESKRIDGE, C. V Emporia. 

Glick, Geo. W Atchison, 

GooDNOw, I. T Manhattan, 

Greene, A. R Lecompton, 

Humphrey, L. U Independence. 

Ives, J. N Sterling, 

Kingman, S. A Topeka. 

Legate, Jas. F Leavenworth. 



year ending January 17, 1893 : 

Kelly, H. B McPherson. 

Kimball, C. H Parsons. 

LipPiNCOTT, J. A Topeka. 

McCarthy, Timothy Lamed. 

McNeal, T. a Medicine Lodge. 

Mc Vicar, Peter Topeka. 

Miller, Sol Troy. 

MURDOCK, M. M Wichita, 

Murdoch, T. B El Dorado, 

Prentis, Noble L Newton, 

Rice, Wm. M Fort Scott, 

Scott, Chas. F lola. 

Smith, A. W McPherson. 

Taylor, A. R Emporia. 

QuAYLE, W. A. Baldwin City. 

Valentine, D. A Clay Center. 



ending January 16, 1894 : 

McBride. Wm. H Osborne, 

McIntike, T Arkansas City. 

OsBORN, Thos. A Topeka, 

Phillips, Wm. A Salina, 

Riddle, A. P Minneapolis, 

Robinson, Chas Lawrence, 

Russell, Edward lawrence. 

Speer, John Sherlocl-. 

Stewart, Sam'l J Humholdt. 

Ware. E. F Fort Scott. 

Webb, W. C Topeka. 

Weightman, M Topeka, 

Wheeler, S. C Concordia. 

Whittington, a. N Lincoln. 

Wilder, D. W Hiatvatha. 

Wood, S. N Woodsdale. 



CONTENTS. 



Officebs and Membees of the Boaed of Dieectoes •. 2 

Repoet * 5 

Yeaely Geowth of the Libeaey 5 

Chaeactee of the Libeaey 5 

Cataloging 9 

FouETH Volume 10 

Rooms 10 

Union of Libeaeies 10 

Meetings, 1889-90 13 

Finances 15 

DoNOEs OF Books and Pamphlets 16 

DoNOES OF Manusceipts 28 

Donoes of Maps, Chaets, and Atlases 35 

Donoes of Pictuees 37 

Donoes of Sceip, Coins, and Medals 42 

Donoes of Wae Relics 42 

Donoes of Miscellaneous Conteibutions 43 

Donoes of Single Newspapees 48 

Donoes of Newspapee Files 53 

Bound Files of Kansas Newspapees and Pebiodicals 54 

Bound Files of Newspapees and Pebiodicals of othee States and Counteies, 84 

Newspapees and Pebiodicals now being beceited 91 



REPORT. 



The Board of Directors presents the following report of the work of the 
Society during the two years ending November 18, 1890. 

Bound volumes added to the library, 2,260 ; unbound volumes and pam- 
phlets, 5,208; volumes of newspapers and periodicals, 2,153; single news- 
papers and newspaper cuttings containing special historical matter, 5,950; 
maps, atlases and charts, 99 ; manuscripts, 951 ; pictures and other works of 
art, 514; scrip, currency and coin, 43; war relics, 19; miscellaneous contri- 
butions, 525. 

From this statement it will be seen that the library additions proper, of 
books, pamphlets and periodicals during the two years number 9,621 
volumes. Of these, 9,237 have been procured by gift and exchanges, and 
384 by purchase. 

The total of the library at the present time is as follows, namely: 12,231 
bound volumes, 35,561 unbound volumes and pamphlets, and 10,134 bound 
newspaper files and \olumes of periodicals; in all, 57,926 volumes. 

YEARLY GROWTH OF THE LIBRARY. 

The following is a statement of the yearly growth of the library in fifteen 
years, 1876 to 1890, inclusive: 



Date. 


Volumes 
books. 


Volumes 
newspapers 
and peri- 
odicals. 


Pamphlets. 


Total 

yearly 

accessions. 


Yearly 

total 

of the 

library. 


1876 : 


280 
115 

1,237 
290 
448 
414 

1,669 
307 
732 

1,088 

1,772 
753 
866 

1,269 
991 


54 
150 
710 

275 
448 
375 
513 
403 
807 
678 
1,573 
1,007 

1,053 
1,100 


74 
501 
1,184 
491 
1,146 
1,127 
2,721 
1,088 
2,763 
2,033 
7,975 
1,543 
7,707 
2,248 
2,960 


408 
766 
3,131 
1,056 
2,042 
1,916 
4,903 
1,798 
4,302 
3,799 
11,320 
3,303 
9,561 
4,570 
4,967 


408 


1877 


1 174 


1878 


4,305 
5,361 

7,403 


1879 


1880 


1881. 


9 319 


1882 


14,222 
16,020 
20,322 
24,121 


1883 .... 


1884 


1885. . . 


1886 


35,441 
38,744 
48,305 


1887 


1888 


1889. .. . 


52,875 


1890 


57,926 






Totals 


12,231 


10,134 


35,561 


57,926 









CHARACTER OF THE LIBRARY. 



The library accessions have somewhat exceeded in number the average of 
former periods. They have been of the same general character. The 
purchases of books have been chiefly confined to works more or less directly 



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pertaining to Kansas. Gifts and exchanges have been more miscellaneous. 
As formerly, they have been largely the publications of the educational, 
scientific, social, charitable and economic departments of other States and of 
the United States Government ; and of the publications of the voluntary 
societies and institutions of this and of foreign countries. These go to enrich 
our library in those departments which so much at the present time engage 
the attention of students and writers seeking full and exact information as 
to the social and economic problems of the day. Our library is constantly 
consulted by such inquirers, not merely of the locality of Topeka, but from 
all parts of the State. 

While our accessions have been largely such as pertain to the history and 
progress of the State and country in the more remote past, they have been 
complete in the collection of the materials of the history of Kansas for the 
period of the two years covered by this report. It is the work of saving the 
materials of the history and of the intellectual and moral life of the present, 
that a historical society in the final summing-up has been found to have been 
most useful. The books and pamphlets issued from the press of Kansas have 
been more numerous during the past two years than in any other like period. 
These have all been gathered into our library. They embrace a wide range 
of subjects, historical, social, political, scientific, and literary. 

The addition to the number of volumes of our newspapers and periodicals 
continues to be a marked feature in the growth of our library. Experience 
brings constant proof of the great value of this department. We have now 
10,050 volumes of this class. Of these, nearly 8,000 volumes are of Kansas 
newspapers. These represent every county and considerable town in the State. 
They contain the social, political and economic history of every county and 
locality. In very large part they are the only files of such papers that have 
been preserved, and therefore are the only records in existence of a large por- 
tion of the local information which they contain. These files are consulted 
by people of all classes. They are consulted by teachers, students, and local 
historians and writers for information as to the early settlements, the organ- 
ization of societies, churches, schools, corporations, and municipal government ; 
by political and other writers for the proceedings of political conventions and 
all public gatherings, and for the records of public men ; and they are con- 
sulted by attorneys and public officers for official and legal notices. 

Historical writers in these days seek for original information as to the 
early beginnings and the every-day progress of the social life of the people. 
And they have come to learn that it is in the columns of the daily and weekly 
newspaper that this information has been most fully recorded, and that no- 
where else are exact data to be found. Teachers and students in our educa- 
tional institutions are more and more learning that the study of the history 
and development of their own State and locality are worthy of their attention, 
and our files are frequently being consulted by attendants upon schools and 
•colleges in all parts of the State. No little of the correspondence of the Sec- 
retary is employed in giving information sought by students, teachers, and 



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other inquirers for such local information. It is a matter of congratulation 
and pride that in its number of volumes of newspapers, our library far ex- 
ceeds, in its own local domain, that of any other library in any other State or 
country. 

The regular issues of all newspapers and periodicals now being published 
in Kansas are being freely given to the Society by the publishers; of all 
classes, parties and creeds. The bound files are being constantly consulted 
by people of all classes ; for facts of local and general history, of science, 
public economy, and social life. The truth of the testimony of the best librar- 
ians of the country as to the usefulness of newspaper files, is every day being 
verified in the use which the people are making of the files in our library. In 
organizing this branch of the work of the Society, we were guided in the outset 
by such advice as that given by Hon. A. R. Spoffbrd, who has long been the 
librarian of the Congressional Library at Washington, the largest library in 
America. That veteran librarian says : 

"While the files of the journals of any period furnish, unquestionably, the best 
instruments for the history of that epoch, it is lamentable to reflect that so little 
<;are has ever been taken to preserve a fair representation of those of any age. The 
destiny of nearly aU newspapers is swift destruction, and even those which are pre- 
served, commonly survive in a provokingly fragmentary state. The obvious causes 
of the rapid disappearance of periodical literature are its volume, necessarily in- 
creasing every year, the difficulty of lodging the files of any long period in our 
narrow apartments, and the continual demand for paper for the uses of trade. To 
these must be added the great cost of binding files of journals, increasing in the 
direct ratio of the size of the volumes. As so formidable an expense can be incurred 
by very few private subscribers to periodicals, so much the more important is it that 
the public libraries should not neglect a duty which they owe to their generation as 
well as to those that are to follow. These poor journals of to-day, which everybody 
is ready to stigmatize as trash not worth the room to store or the money to bind, 
are the very materials which the man of the future will search for with eagerness, and 
for some of which he will be ready to pay their weight in gold. These representatives 
of the commercial, industrial, inventive, social, literary, political, moral and religious 
life of the times, should be preserved and handed down to posterity with sedulous 
care. No historian, or other writer on any subject, who would write conscientiously 
or with full information, can afford to neglect this fruitful mine of the journals, 
where his richest materials are to be found." 

During the past few months a great change has taken place in the political 
character of Kansas newspapers. Nearly one hundred have been established 
to promote the political views of an organization new to Kansas politics ; or 
have changed from allegiance to other organizations to support the views of 
this. Whether it shall prove that this change shall mark the beginning of a 
permanent era in political progress, or whether it shall prove to have been 
but a manifestation of temporary discontent as the result of temporary de- 
pression, it is certain that our Historical Society has preserved the fullest 
record of the history of a widespread and profound political agitation among 
the people ever preserved in any State or country. Fifteen years ago the Kan- 
sas State Historical Society was organized, as was said in the first paper 
drawn in contemiDlation of its organization, "for the purpose of saving the 



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present and past records of our twenty-one years of eventful history." These 
words looked backward to the gathering of the materials of the proud his- 
tory which Kansas had before that time made. But Kansas had not then 
stopped making history. The work has since gone steadily forward. The 
State Historical Society succeeded beyond all expectations in gathering up 
the materials of the former history. At the same time it has carefully and 
industriously saved the materials of the history of current events, and of all 
social, material and political movements since it was organized. It is now 
found that the record of the history since the Society was formed is of little 
less value than that of what had occurred before. As individuals, or as 
members of social organizations, or political parties, we may not always be 
satisfied with the record ; the record may, indeed, be that of sore disappoint- 
ment. But in the final sumjming-up, when the people of the future genera- 
tions for whom the work of the Historical Society is done, shall pass upon 
the usefulness to them of our collections, they will bless us that we have 
preserved all the materials of the history of all that has transpired. 

Among the larger gifts of books and pamphlets, besides those coming from 
our own citizens have been as usual many from the East ; given by persons 
whose life-work seems to be largely that of aiding to build up libraries, as a 
means of promoting education among the people, and whose attention has 
been drawn to Kansas by influences which have ever made this the favorite 
State for the expenditure of benevolences, and for the promotion of enter- 
prises in the interest of human progress. Of the larger contributors the fol- 
lowing names may be mentioned : Dr. Samuel A. Green, Rev. Dr. Caleb D. 
Bradlee, and Mr. J. P. Mendum, all of Boston ; Prof A. S. Gatschet, of 
Washington, D. C; and, of our own State, Hon. D. W. Wilder, Rev. J. W. 
D. Anderson, Rev. M. O. Harrington, Rev. D. D. Proper, and Messrs. A. S. 
Huling, L. R. Elliott, Frank A. Root, F. O. Popenoe, and C. E. Pond. 

The manuscript accessions as usual have been large, and the papers 
acquired are of much historical interest. Those contributed by Col. D. H. 
Home, Rev. Dr. Bradlee, Col. William A. Phillips, Benjamin Singleton, 
Sidney Hayden, W. H. R. Lykins, and William Barnes, are especially 
worthy of mention. Those of Mr. Lykins relate to early movements among 
Kansas settlers in securing titles to their lands and in the sale and distribu- 
tion of town-lot interests. Those given by Mr. Barnes are papers which 
show the work of an Eastern emigrant aid organization in promoting the 
colonization of Kansas, influenced largely by an interest in the Free-State 
side of the great political struggle which convulsed the country during the 
early years of the Territorial period. 

The accessions of pictures and portraits have been large. ISToteworthy 
among these are the portraits of members of the Legislature, and State officers, 
and of other public men and prominent citizens of the State ; some of which, 
as those of Hon. E. P. McCabe, Hon. F. P. Baker, Hon. E. N. Morrill, Gov. 
John A. Martin, and of Chief Justice A. H. Horton, are of large size, and 
executed in a high style of the photographic art or of that of the painter's 




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skill. A gift to the Society of a plaster copy of Brackett's bust of John 
Brown, given by Mrs. Mary E. Stearns, of Medford, Massachusetts, is worthy 
of special mention, especially as this is but one of eight given by the donor 
and her friends in Massachusetts to different societies and institutions in 
Kansas. A lifelike statuette of Henry Ward Beecher, given by Maj. J. B. 
Pond, of New York, is an attractive object in our rooms. 

Among the larger accessions of volumes of newspaper files will be noticed 
those contributed to the library by Prof. I. T. Goodnow, Hon. John Speer, 
Hon. F. P. Baker, Hon. James R. Mead, Dr. Caleb D. Bradlee, and Hon. 
John Maloy. 

Interesting war and other relics have been given the Society by Hon. John 
Davis, W. W. Phillips, Esq., Hon. L. D. Bailey, W. H. H. Fox, Rev. Dr. 
Bradlee, Hon. Sol. Miller, Hon. A. D. Walker, Mr. T. A. Stanley, and Man- 
hattan Lodge of I. O. O. F., the last mentioned being that of the sword of 
Gov. Green, of the war of the Rebellion. 

CATALOG. 

The last Legislature increased the appropriation for the Society in the item 
of clerk hire with the view to the cataloging of our library. Much time has 
been given during the past year and a half to this work. It is a measure of 
great importance, as it is intended through such catalog to exhibit to the 
public a detailed showing of what the library contains, and to make its entire 
contents accessible for reference. This work has so far progressed as to 
promise the early publication of a first volume. It was confidently expected 
that such a volume would have been issued before the present time. It is a 
work requiring the greatest care in order to insure accuracy and complete- 
ness ; and all experience in library cataloging has shown that the measure of 
time within which such work can be accomplished cannot be correctly esti- 
mated. 

The first volume, now in preparation, will consist of and be confined to a 
catalog of matter exclusively pertaining to Kansas. It will show the works 
of Kansas history, literature, science, and all books and pamphlets which have 
been written and published in Kansas or about Kansas, with indexes in 
many instances showing their particular contents. It will show the various 
Kansas church and society publications. It will give an index to Kansas 
documentary history, showing the publications of the Legislature, of the State 
executive departments, and the State charitable, educational, and other insti- 
tutions. It will point out those numerous Congressional and executive papers 
of the United States Government, issued during the period of our Territorial 
history, and published in the United States documentary volumes, with full 
indexes to the most important of this class. Subsequent volumes of the 
catalog will show the manuscript and museum collections of the Society and 
the various works of history, science, political and social economy, which go 
to make up the general library. 



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FOURTH VOLUME. 

During the present year the Secretary has compiled and had published the 
fourth volume of the Collections of the Society. This volume makes an ex- 
hibit of the work of the Society during the four years preceding the period 
covered by this report, and includes the historical papers presented at the 
several annual and other meetings held in that time. It also contains the 
official correspondence pertaining to the office of Governor of Kansas Terri- 
tory during the latter part of Gov. Shannon's administration in 1856, and of 
Governor Geary's administration from September 9, 1856, to March 10, 1857, 
including the official executive minutes kept by Gov. Geary. These docu- 
ments relate to a considerable portion of the most stirring period of Kansas 
Territorial history. They have been gathered from Congressional documents 
published about that period. These documents have hitherto lain hidden 
from the general public, and much of what they contain will be found to be 
new to students of Kansas history. The book has an alphabetical index of 
sixty pages, pointing to every subject and almost every name contained in it ; 
also a chronological index to the contents of the public documents. These 
official papers, added to those pertaining to the administrations of Gov. Reeder 
and Gov. Shannon contained in our third volume of Collections, make a full 
record of this class of historical material through the first three and a half 
years of Kansas Territorial history. 

ROOMS. 

As the Capitol building is soon to be completed, it is to be hoped that not 
many months will elapse before the Society will have given it suitable accom- 
modations for its library and collections and ample provision for its future 
growth. This subject will no doubt have the careful attention of the appro- 
priate committee of the Society. 

UNION OF LIBRARIES. 

The State Senate at the last session of the Legislature appointed a com- 
mittee to devise and to recommend to the Senate at the coming session of the 
Legislature measures of legislation, amendatory of existing laws, for the more 
effective and economical administration of the State government in its various 
departments. The committee invited our State Historical Society to make sug- 
gestions of changes which might be desirable in the law governing the Society. 
The subject was considered by members of your executive committee, and a 
draft of a bill to take the place of the present law was prepared and given the 
Senate committee. The proposed bill contained substantially the provisions of 
the existing law ; making the Society the trustee of the State, responsible to the 
State for all its work, and making its entire collections the property of the State, 
to be kept in the State Capitol for the use of all the people for all time. The 
bill placed the financial administration and general management of the Society 
more under the care and control of the executive officers of the State, by 




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providing that the Governor and other constitutional State officers shall, by 
virtue of office, be members of the Board of Directors, and that they shall 
compose a majority of the committee to audit accounts, to make rules gov- 
erning the care of the library, and to supervise the purchase of books, and 
the expenditure of all moneys appropriated by the Legislature for the use of 
the Society. 

It seems that the Senate committee, instead of approving the legislation pro- 
posed by our committee, propose a consolidation of the State Historical Society 
with the State Library, virtually abolishing the State Historical Society. But 
it is hardly to be presumed that the Legislature would seriously entertain a 
proposition of this kind. 

Such legislation as would bring the two institutions into relations which 
would harmonize and economize the library work of the State would no 
doubt be desirable ; for economy to the State, for the convenience of users of 
the two libraries, and as promotive of efficient work in the collection of such 
library materials as should be brought together in the State Capitol for pub- 
lic use. Such a measure, or one virtually contemplating the same object, was, 
early in the existence of the State Historical Society, considered by our board 
of directors in conference with the Trustees of the State Library. The Board 
of Directors proposed to the trustees that a line of distinction should be 
drawn between the two libraries ; that the State Library should be confined 
to what is always the primary and essential work of State libraries, that of 
making up a library of books of law and of such works of reference as may 
be needed for the use of the Supreme Court and attorneys practicing therein, 
and by State officers and the Legislature; and that the State Historical 
Society should have given to it the miscellaneous department of the State 
Library ; the work of which has been, so far as it has gone, essentially of the 
same character as that of the State Historical Society. This would be a clear 
line of demarkation; and it is one which experience in other States has 
proven to be practicable and efficient. In the State of New York, under the 
care of the Regents of the State University, the State Library has grown up 
with such a division, there being separate libraries and separate librarians for 
the law and for the miscellaneous, or the general library, as it is there called. 
In Wisconsin, where of all States the State Library work has been done 
most efficiently, this line of distinction has been for thirty-five years in force. 
There the State Library has the law side and the State Historical Society has 
the miscellaneous and historical side. The one has grown up with ample 
maintenance for official and judicial use, and the other is equally well sup- 
ported in gathering a library of the materials of the history of the State and 
of the social, political and scientific history of the country. No other State 
in the Union possesses so valuable a general, historical and miscellaneous 
library as does Wisconsin. 

But the Trustees of the State Library, upon consideration found that ex- 
isting laws did not authorize them to accept the proposal of the State His- 
torical Society. Such authority has not yet been given by the Legislature ; 



12 State Histobical Society. 

and for fifteen years the two libraries have been growing up in more or less 
conflict, and with more or less detriment to public economy and to public 
usefulness. This legislation, it would seem, should now be had ; legislation 
clearly defining the work of the two institutions, giving to the State Library 
its essential and appropriate work of providing for the needs of the Supreme 
Court, and to the State Historical Society that of making up a reference 
library of history, science, political and social economy, and of such materials 
as will be useful to students of the history of their State and of the country. 

There are but few examples showing the experience of other States in an 
effort to make up a full general or historical library ; in but few of the States 
are such libraries being built up and maintained by the State. In almost all 
of the States there is one so called State Library. This is under the control 
of the Governor, or of the judicial department of the State, and the collec- 
tion of books is almost exclusively confined to law books and books of ref- 
erence for the use of the Supreme Court. Beyond this object little attention 
is given to the building up of a library. But in States where historical 
societies have been maintained by the State, their chief object being the 
making up of a library of the materials of the State, and all its localities, 
such institutions have become the pride and glory of the people. And where 
the State has failed to have this work done the neglect has eventually come 
to be deplored by all. 

All experience has. proven that historical societies, connected with the 
State and made responsible to the State, as is our society, do the work of 
building up a general library and a library of historical materials for the use 
of the people far more effectively than do State libraries however managed. 
The general side, the miscellaneous side, the historical side of a State library, 
by whatever name it may be called, if under the management of a sole 
executive officer of the State or of the judicial department of the State, is 
more remotely in contact with the people, is less directly in sympathetic com- 
munication with the people ; its managing board is not so immediately respon- 
sible to the people ; and above all, its entire work is not done for the use of 
the whole people. What is done on the popular side is only of secondary 
consideration compared with the primary object of the existence of the 
library. 

On the other hand, with the suggested line of separation, the historical or 
miscellaneous side of the work given to a State historical society composed 
of an interested membership of the more intelligent citizens of the State, re- 
siding in all parts of the State, the work is carried on efficiently and with a 
view to the benefit of the whole people. Such a society engages the popular 
interest. Its library comes to be held in esteem by all the people, as a place 
where all may resort for the examination of original sources of information, 
as to the earliest and latest events. The citizen takes pride in contributing 
to such a library, and its accessions come to be made up in large part, from 
year to year, by voluntary gifts. Besides the gratification' of serving the 
State through contributions to an honored institution of the State, and in so 




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doing contributing to that which will promote the education of the people, it 
often happens that donors find here a means by which their library treasures, 
which might otherwise become scattered and lost to good uses, may be kept 
together and made of perpetual benefit. The increase of such libraries is 
found to be in greater ratio year by year. They seem to contain within 
themselves a principle of acceleration, and to illustrate the truth of the 
maxim that "To him that hath shall be given." Such has been the ex- 
perience in the growth of our Historical Society. For fifteen years it has 
been maintained by the State, and has sustained a growth and popularity un- 
precedented. 

The Board of Directors calls attention to this subject at the present time, 
because it is one of vital interest to the Society. The just demand of the 
people for an economical administration of public afiairs applies to the library 
work of the State, and should be enforced. The library materials of the State 
must soon be given new places in the completed Capitol building. There is 
every reason w^hy the Legislature should permanently establish a plan for the 
State Library work. It is the dut}^ of the Society to see to it that the work 
in which it has been so long engaged at the demand of the people and with 
their manifest approval, should not be sacrificed or its efficiency impaired. 

MEETINGS, 1889-90. 
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

The thirteenth annual meeting of the Society was held in the hall of the 
House of Representatives, Tuesday evening, January 15, 1889 ; Hon. Edward 
Russell, President of the Society, in the chair. 

An address was delivered by Hon. James Humphrey, of Junction City, on 
the subject "Kansas, West of Topeka, Prior to 1865;" a paj^er prepared by 
John C. McCoy, of Kansas City, Mo., on the subject of the "Survey of the 
Indian Lands of Kansas," was read by Hon. T. D. Thacher; and a paper on 
the subject of the "Rescue of Dr. John Doy," was read by Maj. James B. 
Abbott, of DeSoto. 

On motion, the amendment to the constitution of the Society submitted at 
the annual meeting, 1888, was adopted, in the following words: 

" The elective officers of the Society shall consist of a President and two Vice- 
Presidents, who shall hold their offices for the term of one year, and until their suc- 
cessors shall be chosen; and a Secretary and a Treasurer, who shall hold their offices 
for the term of two years, and until their successors shall be chosen; said officers to 
be chosen by the Board of Directors from their members, their election to be made 
at the first meeting of the Board subsequent to the annual meeting of the Society, 
and their terms of office shall begin at the date of their election and qualification 
in office.'" 

On motion of Hon. D. W. Wilder, Hon. Joel Moody, of Linn county, was 
invited to deliver an address before the Society at some time during the 
winter. 



14 State Historical Society. 

The committee on nominations reported the following names for members 
of the Board of Directors for the term ending January 19, 1892: 

F. G. Adams, Topeka ; Henry Booth, Larned ; E. T. Carr, Leavenworth ; 
Ed. Carroll, Leavenworth ; James Christian, Arkansas City ; E. J. Dallas, 
Topeka; W. C. Edwards, Larned; L. R. Elliott, Manhattan; J. S. Emery, 
Lawrence; N. S. Goss, Topeka; B. J. F. Hanna, Wakeeney; R. R. Hays, 
Osborne; D. N. Heizer, Great Bend; F. M. Hills, Cedar Vale; C. K. Holli- 
day, Topeka; Scott Hopkins, Horton; James Humphrey, Junction City; C. 
J. Jones, Garden City ; P. G. Lowe, Leavenworth ; Geo. W. Martin, Kansas 
City ; D. McTaggart, Liberty ; J. R. Mead, Wichita ; Joel Moody, Mound 
City ; George R. Peck, Topeka ; Adrian Reynolds, Sedan ; John Schilling, 
Hiawatha ; B. F. Simpson, Topeka ; Jacob Stotler, Wellington ; W. D. Street, 
Decatur; C. A. Swensson, McPherson; T. D. Thacher, Topeka; Z. T. Wal- 
rond, Osborne ; F. Wellhouse, Fairmount. 

The persons so nominated were elected. 

The following committees were appointed for the ensuing year : 

Executive Committee — Governor L. U. Humphrey, Hon. T. Dwight 
Thacher, Hon. Albert R. Greene, Hon. N. A. Adams, Hon. F. P. Baker. 

Legislative Committee — Hon. James S. Emery, Hon. F. P. Baker, Hon. T. 
Dwight Thacher, Col. C. K. Holliday, Hon. A. R. Greene. 

The meeting then adjourned. 

SPECIAL MEETING FEBRUARY 4, 1889. 

On call of the President and Secretary, a meeting of the Historical Society 
was held in its rooms Monday evening, February 4th, 1889, to hear a paper 
read by Senator Joel Moody, on the subject, "Alvar Nunez Cabega de Vaca." 
The meeting was called to order by Vice-President Hon. James S. Emery, of 
Lawrence. 

At the conclusion of Senator Moody's address, a vote of thanks was ex- 
tended to him, and a copy of his address solicited for publication in the Trans- 
actions of the Society. 

SPECIAL MEETING FEBRUARY 11, 1889. 

On Monda}^ evening, February 11, 1889, the Historical Society met in the 
Senate Chamber, for the purpose of listening to an address delivered by Sena- 
tor H. B. Kelly, in accordance with an invitation which had been extended 
by vote of the Society. The subject was, "No Man's Land." At the conclu- 
sion of the reading, the thanks of the Society were extended to the Senator, 
together with a request for a copy of his address for publication in its Trans- 
actions. 

FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

At the annual meeting, January 21, 1890, in the absence of President 
Wm. A. Phillips, Vice-President C. K. Holliday presided. 

Hon. T. D. Thacher read the annual address prepared by President Phillips, 
entitled " Lights and Shadows of Kansas History." 




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Hon. Percival G. Lowe read a jjaper entitled "Kansas as seen in the Indian 

■Territory." 
Hon. A. R. Greene read an eiilogium, prepared by Hon. B. F. Simpson, 
on the late Gov. John A. Martin. 

Col. A. S. Johnson, Col. Thomas Ewing, Hon. Edward Russell, Hon. John 
Brady and Rev. John G. Pratt were, by vote, invited to prepare papers to 
,present to the next annual meeting. 

The following officers were elected for the ensuing year : 

President, Col. Cyrus K. Holliday, Topeka; Vice-Presidents, Hon. James 
S. Emery, Lawrence, and Governor Lyman U. Humphrey, Independence. 

The following were elected members of the Board of Directors for the term 
ending January 17, 1893: 

J. B. Abbott, De Soto ; N. A. Adams, Manhattan ; Geo. T. Anthony, Ottawa ; 
F. W. Blackmar, Lawrence ; James H. Canfield, Lawrence ; Richard Cordley, 
Lawrence; J. H. Downing, Hays City; R. G. Elliott, Lawrence; Henry 
Elliston, Atchison ; Geo. T. Fairchild, Manhattan ; Geo. D. Hale, Topeka ; 
Wm. Higgins, Topeka ; E. W. Hoch, Marion ; Edgar W. Howe, Atchison ; 
J. K. Hudson, Topeka ; A. S. Johnson, Topeka ; H. B. Kelly, McPherson ; 
L. B. Kellogg, Emporia; C.H. Kimball, Parsons; J. A. Lippincott, Topeka; 
Timothy McCarthy, Earned ; T. A. McNeal, Medicine Lodge ; Peter McVicar, 
Topeka; Sol. Miller, Troy; M. M. Murdock, Wichita; T. B. Murdock, 
El Dorado ; Noble L. Prentis, Newton ; Wm. M. Rice, Fort Scott ; Chas. F. 
Scott, lola; A. W. Smith, McPherson; A. R. Taylor, Emporia; W. A. 
Quayle, Baldwin City; D. A. Valentine, Clay Center. 

FINANCES, 1889. 

The finances of the Society for the year ending November 19, 1889, includ- 
ing the Treasurer's account of receipts and expenditures and the expenditures 
from the appropriations made by the Legislature, as shown at the annual 
meeting, 1889, were as follows: 

1888_ KECEIPTS. 

Nov. 21, Balance of appropriations to June 30, 1889 |2,596 75 

Nov. 21, Balance in hands of the Treasurer of the Society 32 00 

1889. 

July 1, Appropriation to June 30, 1890 5,500 00 

Receipts from membership fees 51 00 

Total |8,179 75 

EXPENDITUBKS. 

Salaries and clerk hire $3,413 30 

Purchase of books 641 80 

Postage, freight and contingent 417 74 

4,'472 84 

Balance $3,706 91 



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FINANCES, 1890. 
The finances for the year ending November 18, 1890, are as follows: 

]^8g9^ EEOEIPTS. 

Nov. 20, Balance of appropriations to June 30, 1890 $3,623 91 

Nov. 20, Balance in hands of the Treasurer of the Society 83 00 

1890. 

July 1. Appropriations to June 30, 1891 6,000 00 

Receipts from membership fees 26 00 

Total $9,732 91 

EXPENDITUKES. 

Salaries and clerk hire $4,355 28 

Purchase of books 249 55 

Postage, freight and contingent 928 16 _ -oo oq 

Balance $4,199 92 



DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS. 
The following is a list of gifts made to the Society, of books and pamphlets 
by individuals and institutions, including exchanges and gifts of State pub- 
lications, for exchanges with other societies and institutions : 




Abbott. J. B.,DeSoto 

Academie de La Rochelle, Soci6t6 des Sciences Naturelles, La Kochelle, France. 

Academie de Ma^on, France 

Academie des Sciences et Belles-lettres, Dijon, France 

Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa 

Adams, D. M., jr., Topeka 

Adams, F. G., Topeka 

Adams, Harriet, Topeka 

Adams, H. J., Topeka 

Adams, N. A., Manhattan 

Adams, W. M. , Neosho Kapids 

Adkins, W. C, Lancaster 

Admire, W. W., Topeka 

Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn. 
Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Montgomery . 
Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture, Montgomery. 

Alderman, L. A., Lakeside, Ohio 

Alderman, Mrs. L. A., Marietta, Ohio 

Allen, A. T., Topeka 

Allen, E. B., Topeka 

Allen, H. L., Secretary, Russell Springs 

Allen, Martin, Hays City 

Alrich, L. L., Cawker City 

Ambrose, Wm. H., Lane 

American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass 

American Congregational Association, Boston, Mass 

American Florists, Society of, Boston, Mass 

American Florists, Society of, Buffalo, N. Y 

American Historical Association, Washington, D. C 

American Home Missionary Society, New York 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers, New York City 

American Missionary Association Bible House, New York City . . 
American Museum of Natural History, Central Park, New York. 

American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pa 

Ames, John G., Washington, D. C 

Anderson, Rev. J. W. D., Elk City 

Anthony, Miss Susan B., Rochester, N. Y 

Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, FayettevUle, Ark. . . . 

Armstrong, Rev. James A., VVaverly 

Atchlson»Publlc Schools, Superintendent of, Atchison 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa F€ Railroad, Boston, Mass 

Atkins, Dudley, Randolph 

Attwood, G. A. , Manhattan 

Axllne, H. A., Columbus, O 

Ayer, Dr. J. C. & Co., Lowell, Mass 

Badger, Joseph E., Jr., Frankfort 

Baker, Benjamin, Reed City, Mich 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS — Continued. 




Baker, C. C, Topeka 
Baldwin, Evelyn B., Oswego. 

Ball, Mrs. Belle, Kansas City, Mo 

Ball, K. W., Harper 

Ballard, E. T., Ballard Falls 

Bangor, Maine, Public Library ' 

Banter, J. E., Hiawatha 

Barber, Ed. T., lola 

Barnes, William, Albany, N. Y 

Barnhart & Eckman, Osborne 

Barratt, Rev. J., North Topeka » 

Barrow, Mrs. J. W., New York City, N. Y 

Barteldes, F. & Co., Lawrence 

Bass, A. & Co., McPherson 

Bates, J. H., New York City, N. Y 

Bates, Phineas, Boston, Mass 

Beadle & Adams, New York City 

Beer, William, Topeka 

Bennett & Son, Topeka 

Bethel College, Newton 

Betton, Frank, Topeka 

Biggers, Mrs. Kate H., Longton 

Bixby, C. S., Osawatomie 

Black, George, Olathe . . 

Black, S. W^, Chanute 

Blackmar, Frank W., Lawrence . 

Blakesley, Rev. L., Topeka 

Blanchard, Wm. H., Koloko 

Bland, Richard P., Washington, D. C 

Bleavaness, A. A., Baldwin . . . 

Bodwell, Rev. Lewis, Clifton Springs, N, Y 

Bogert. C. F., Lenora 

Bollard, W. W.. Topeka 

Booth, Henry, Earned 

Boston Children's Mission to the Children of the Destitute, Massachusetts. 

Boston Public Library, Boston, Mass 

Boston Public Schools, Superintendent of 

Boutwell, D. W., Topeka 

Bowers, George W., Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Bowes, Geo. W., Topeka 

Bowker, R. R., New York City 

Brackett, G. C, Lawrence 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass 

Branch, V. H., Sec, Cawker City 

Breckinridge, C. R., Washington, D. C , 

Brewer, Prof. F. P., Grinnell, la 

Brewster, A. W., Topeka 

Bright, Rev. J. A., Abilene 

Broad, L. P., Topeka 

Broadhead, L. W. , Delaware Water Gap, Pa 

Brooklyn Library, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Brooks, Frank, Topeka. 

Brown, Bestor G., Topeka 

Brown, C. H., Topeka 

Brown, Duncan, Highland 

Brown, Frank J., Topeka 

Brown, Dr. G. W.. Rockford, 111 

Brown, John, jr., Put-in-Bay, O 

Brown, John H., Kansas City, Kas 

Brown, O. C, Adams, N. Y 

Brown, R. J., Leavenworth 

Brown, T. B., Topeka 

Brummitt, Dan. B., Baldwin 

Bryan, George D., Charleston, S. C 

Bryan, J. W., Lake Charles. La 

Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, N. Y 

Burdett, Samuel F., Leavenworth 

Burnell, Rev. A. T., Eureka 

Burnett, E. B., Solomon City 

Burnett, W. S., Helena, Ark 

Burton, James and Mary L., Jamestown 

Butterworth, Ben., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Caldwell, John C, Topeka 

California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco 

California Agricultural Experiment Station, Berkeley 

California Bureau of Labor Statistics, San Francisco 

California Board of Trade, San Francisco 



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•California State Mining Bureau, Sacramento, Cal 

California Superintendent of Public Instruction, Sacramento. . . . 

Cameron, A. C, Chicago, 111 

Cameron, Joseph G., Washington, D. C 

Campbell, A. B., Topeka 

Campbell, E. F., Secretary, Mound City 

€ampbell, G. Mound Valley 

Campbell, John Preston, Abilene 

Campbell, J. P., and D. A. Valentine, Clay Center 

Campbell, Matthew M., North Topeka.' 

Campbell, W. P., Wamego 

Campdoras, Mrs. E. M., North Topeka 

Canadian Institute, Toronto, Canada 

Canebrake Agricultural Experiment Station, Uniontown, Ala. . . . 

Canfield, James H., Lawrence 

Capital Grange Library, Topeka 

Oase, F. M., Waldo 

Case, Nelson, Oswego 

Cavaness, A. A. B., Baldwin City •. 

Chambers, W. L., Stockton . . . . ; 

Chandler, William E., Washington, D. C 

•Chapman Bros., Chicago, 111 

Chesney, E. E.. Topeka 

Chesney, Mrs. Rinda E., Topeka» 

Chicago Board of Public Works, Chicago, 111 

Chicago, Historical Society, Chicago, 111 

Chicago Manual Training School, Chicago, 111 

Chicago Public Library, Chicago, 111 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad 

Children's Aid Society, New York City 

Children's Hospital, Boston, Mass 

Childs, George W., Philadelphia, Pa 

Chittenden, Rev. E. P., Salina 

Christian Publishing House, Dayton, O 

Church, Gov. L. K., Bismarck, N. D 

Church Home for Orphan and Destitute Children, Boston, Mass 

Cincinnati Public Library, Cincinnati, O 

Cincinnati Society of Natural History, Cincinnati, O 

Clark, G. M., Topeka 

Clark & Runneals, Marysville 

Clarke, George K., Boston, Mass 

Clarke, Robert, Cincinnati, O 

Clarke, Hon. Sidney, Lawrence 

Clarke, Sylvester H., Clyde, N. Y 

Clayborn, R. B. & Son, Abilene « 

Clifton, Frederick, Rockford, 111 

Clinton, C. W., Salina , 

Coan, C. H., Leoti 

Cobden Clvib, London, Eng 

Coburn, F. D., Kansas City, Kansas 

Codding, J. S., Louisville 

Coffin, H. A., Jr., Sec, Hill City 

Coifln, J. H., Jewell City 

CofEman, S., Jewell City 

College for the Training of Teachers, New York 

College of the Sisters of Bethany, Topeka 

Collet, C. D., London, England 

Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station, Fort Collins 

Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Col 

Colorado Bureau of Labor Statistics, Denver 

Colorado Commissioner of Immigration, Denver, Col 

Colquitt, A. H., Washington, D. C 

Columbia College, New York City 

Comer, W. H., Holton 

Concord, City of, N. H 

Cone, Frank W., Boston, Mass 

Cone, R. L., Taunton, Mass 

Cone, W. W., Topeka 

Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven 

Connecticut Adjutant General, Hartford , 

Connecticut Bureau of Labor Statistics, Hartford 

Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford 

Cooke, Josiah Parsons, Boston, Mass 

Corgan, John N., McPherson 

Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, N. Y 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y 

Cornell University Christian Association, Ithaca, N. Y 



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Cotton, John M., Omaha, Neb, 

Cougher, John G. , Wyandotte 

Craft, E. D. & Son, Downs 

Cragin, F. W., Topeka 

Crampton & Landis, Osborne '. 

Crane, George W., Topeka 

Crawford, Geo. A., Grand Junction, Col 

Crawford, Samuel J., Topeka 

Credit Foncier Company, New York 

Crisp, Charles F., Washington, D. C 

Croasdale, Wm. T., New York City 

Culverwell, James, Dentonia 

Cunningham, R. W., Secretary, Kansas City, Mo 

Curtis, William E., Washington, D. C 

Cutcheon, Byron M., Washington, D. C 

Dail, C. C, Atchison . .'. 

Dakota Agricultural and Experimental Station, Brookings, S. D 

Dana, F. L., Topeka 

Daniel, John W., Washington, D. C 

Darling, General C. W., Utica, N. Y 

Davis, Buel T., Atchison 

Davis, John, Junction City 

Davis, Olin S., Topeka 

Day, Albert, Boston, Mass 

Day, G. W., Topeka 

De Long, James, Wichita 

Dedham Historical Society, Dedham, Mass 

Dennis, H. J. , Topeka 

Detroit Public Library, Michigan 

Detwiler, J. R., Topeka 

Dewey, Melville, Albany, N, Y 

Doane College, Crete, Neb 

Dockery. Alexander M., Washington, D. C 

Dodge, S. H., Beloit 

Dodge School of Theology of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Dodge City. 

Dornblaser, Rev. T. F., Topeka 

Dowell, M. R., Edinburgh, Scotland 

Dowling, Thomas. Washington, D. C 

Downing, R. F., & Co., New York City 

Doy, W. S., Ithaca, Mich 

Drowne, Henry Thayer, New York City 

Durham, T. W,, Topeka 

Durrie, Daniel S., Madison, Wis 

Dury, Charles, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Eames, Wilberforce, New York City 

Eckert, T. W., Arkansas City 

Eldorado Springs, Superintendent of. Cedar county. Mo 

Elliott, Chas. S., Topeka 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan 

Emery, A. L., Topeka 

Eshelman, M. M., McPherson 

Eskridge, C. V., Emporia 

Essex, J. A., Clifton 

iJssex Institute, Salem, Mass 

Everest, Harvey W., Chancellor, Garfield University, Wichita 

Ewing, Gen. Thomas, New York City 

Fairchild, Geo. T., Manhattan 

Farnsworth, H. W., Topeka 

Faubion, Rev. J. W., Effingham 

Faulkner, Chas. J., Washington, D. C 

Fee, S., Wamego 

Fegtly, J. J., Wichita 

Ferrll, Will C, Denver, Colorado 

Figge, S. N., Barnard 

Filley, C. E., Burlingame 

Finch, C. S., Lawrence 

Finch, C. O., Baldwin 

Findlay. G. W., Topeka 

Firmin, Emile, Florence 

Fisher, Geo. S., Topeka 

Fisher, J. A., Florence 

Florida State Agricultural Experiment Station, Lake City 

Flower, Roswell P., New York City 

Forline, J. A. , Downs 

Forsyth, Capt. S. K., Washington, D. C 

Foster, C. A., Quincy, Mass 



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Foster, C. M., Topeka. 

Fox, G. W., Boston, Mass 

Franklin, Gen. \Vm. B., Hartford, Conn 

Fi-azier, \V. T. Salina 

Free Public Library, Worcester, Mass 

Fritch, E. H., Wichita 

Funston, Edward H. , Washington, D. C 

Gage, Norris L., Topeka • 

Gast, Harriet A., Fremont, O 

Gates, F. M., Topeka 

Gatschet, Albert S., Washington, D. C 

Gear, John H., Washington, D. C 

Genet, T. E., Mound Ridge 

Geological and Natural History Survey, Ottawa, Canada 

Geological Survey of the State of New Jersey, New Brunswick . 

George, Rev. A. P., Cimarron 

Georgia Historical Society, Savannah 

Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station, Grifiln 

Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station, Athens 

Gerard, W. D. & Co., Osborne 

German-American Stenographic Society, New York 

Gillespie, D. M., Salina 

Gleed & Gleed, Topeka 

Goerz, David, Halstead 

Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan 

Goodwine, John, Sec, Dodge City 

Gotwald, Rev. George D., Kansas City, Mo 

Gove, J. L., Sec, Mound City 

Graham, Prof. I. D., Manhattan 

Granger, Mrs. A. P., Canandaigua, N. Y 

Graves, A. R., Sec, Troy 

Gray, P. L., Bendena 

Graybill, J. M., Leavenworth 

Green, S. S., Worcester, Mass 

Green, Samuel A., Boston, Mass 

Green, Dr. C. C, Winfleld 

Greene, Albert R., Topeka 

Griffin, Albert, New York City, N. Y 

Grosvenor, Charles H., Washington, D. C 

Grove, Archibald, New York 

Guthrie, John, Topeka 

Guthrie, Miss Lou, Helena, Montana 

Hackbusch, H. C. F., Leavenworth 

Hagaman, J. M., Concordia 

Halderman, I. D., Topeka 

Hale, George D., Topeka 

Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton, Va 

Harrington, Grant W., Lawrence 

Harrington, H. B., Topeka 

Harrington, Rev. M. O. , Topeka 

Harris, Rev. Theo., Topeka 

Harris Institute Library, Woonsocket, R. I 

Hart, Jas. W., Kansas City, Mo 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass 

Haskell, W. H. & Son, Atchison 

Haverford College, Haverford, Pa 

Havermale, Lewis, Olsburg 

Hay, John. Junction City 

Hayden, Rev. Horace Edwin, Wilkes-Barre, Pa 

Hayden, Sidney, Holton 

Hays, Robert R., Osborne 

Heatley, W. H., Topeka 

Heigler, Edward C, LaSalle, 111 

Heizer, D. N., Great Bend 

Henrie, C. A., Topeka 

Henry, Mrs. J. O., Olathe 

Hesper Academy, Hesper 

Higgins, L. L., Topeka 

Higgins, William, Topeka 

Highland University , Highland 

Hildeburn, Charles R., Philadelphia, Pa 

Hilton, Mrs. C. A., Tama. la 

Hinricks, Dr. Gustavus, Iowa City, la 

Hirons, C. C, Topeka 



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Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, Cincinnati 

Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles 

Hoenshel, E. J., Holton 

Hoffman, R. A., Smith Center 

Hoislngton, P. M., Secretary, Newton 

Holcombe. A. A., Topeka 

Holt, Rev. L. H., Topeka 

Hunnewell, James F., Charlestown, Mass 

Hope, William. Ottawa 

Hornbeck, E. A., National City, Cal 

Howe, Mrs. Julia W., Boston, Mass 

Hubbard, Col. A. S., San Francisco, Cal 

Hubbard, Jeremiah, Erie 

Hubbard, Josiah M., Middletown, Conn 

Hubbard, Kate, Glasco 

Huling, Alden S., Topeka 

Humphrey, Gov. Lyman U.. Topeka 

Hunt, Rev. M. P., Ellsworth 

Hunter, George H., Wellington 

Husted Investment Company, Kansas City, Kan 

Iliff, J. M., Mound City 

Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, Champaign 

Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, Springfield 

Illinois Press Association, Morris 

Illinois Woman's Press Association, Chicago 

Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, Pa 

Indiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Lafayette 

Indiana Dejjartment of Geology and Natural History, Indianapolis 

Indiana Department of Statistics, Indianapolis 

Indiana State Board of Health, Indianapolis 

Indiana State Grange, Adams 

Indiana State Library, Indianapolis 

Industrial Education Association, New York City 

Ingalls, John J., Washington, D. C ' 

Investment Banking Company, Topeka 

Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station, Ames 

Iowa State Historical Society, Iowa City 

Iowa State Library, Des Moines 

Iowa Statistics of Labor, Des Moines 

Italian Bureau of Agriculture, Florence, Italy 

Ivison, Blakeman & Co., New York City 

Jackson, Lydia M., Topeka 

Jacobs, Rev. S. P., Sabetha 

Janes, C. H., Hiawatha 

Jenkins, William R., New York City 

Jennings, T. B., Topeka 

Johns, Mrs. Laura M., Sallna 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md 

Johnson, Dr. G. H. T., Atchison 

Johnson, Robert U., New York City 

Jones, Charles H., St. Louis, Mo 

Jones, John P., Washington, D. C 

Jones, Seward A., Scottsville 

Jordan, Josiah, Topeka 

Julian, Geo. W., Centerville, Ind 

Kansas Academy of Science, Topeka 

Kansas Board of Railroad Commissioners, Topeka 

Kansas City Board of Education 

Kansas Phonograph Company, Topeka 

Kansas State Library, Topeka 

Kansas State Penitentiary, Lansing 

Kansas State Republican Resubmission Club 

Kansas State Teachers' Association, Topeka 

Kansas Wesleyan University, Lawrence 

Karr, Earnest P., Winchester 

Kellerman, W. A., Manhattan 

Kelley, Harrison, Burlington 

Kellogg, L. B., Topeka 

Kelly, H. B., McPherson 

Kelton, Dwight H.. Quincy, Mich 

Kemp, E. L.. Wichita 

Kennedy, M. J., Secretary, Winfleld 

Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington 

Kilmer, Fred. B., New Brunswick, N. J 

Kimble, Sam'l, Manhattan 

Kirk, L. K., Garnett 

Klock, J. E., Emporia 



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Knox, Rev. John D., Topeka 

Koester, Chas. F., Marysville 

Laqey, John F., Washington, D. C 

Lane, J. R. & Co., Agra 

Lanham, S. M., Topeka 

Lansing, G. L., San Francisco, Cal 

Lasher, Esmeralda, Topeka 

Latimer, J. W., Secretary, Pleasanton 

Lawhead, J. H., Topeka 

Lawrence Business College, Lawrence 

Leavenworth, F. P., Haverford College, Pennsylvania . . . . 

Lee, Charles S., Denver, Col 

Legate, Miss Nellie, Topeka 

Leicester, Massachusetts, Public Library 

Leitner, G. \V., Working, Eng 

Lewis, D. W., Topeka 

Library Bureau, Boston, Mass 

Library Company of Philadelphia, Pa .' 

Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamilton, Cal 

Limerick, Mrs. Alice G., Winfield 

Linehaw, John C, Manchester, N. H 

Lippincott, Dr. J. A., Lawrence 

Lippincott, J. B., Company, Philadelphia, Pa 

Livingston County, New York, Historical Society, Danville 

Lodge, H., Erie 

Lodge, Henry C, Washington, D. C 

Longley, Alcander, St. Louis, Mo 

Longley, Elias, Pasadena, Cal 

Longshore, E. W., Topeka 

Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, Cal 

Lothrop, D., Boston, Mass 

Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Baton Rouge 

Louisiana Commissioner of Immigration, New Orleans 

Louisiana State Board of Agriculture, Baton Rouge 

Lykins, William H. R., Kansas City, Mo 

Lyman, Miss Eunice A., Topeka 

McAlaster, O. W., Lawrence 

McBride, J. W., Cawker City 

McCarthy, Timothy, Topeka 

McClintock, John N., Concord, N. H 

McConaugh, A. D., Atchison 

McCook, Anson G., Washington, D. C 

MacDonald, John, Topeka 

MacDonald, William, Lawrence 

McFarland, N. C, Topeka 

McNay, J. M., Phillipsburg 

McPherson, Edward, editor. New York City 

McPherson College, McPhersor 

McRoberts, J. W., Secretary, Mankato 

McVicar, Dr. Peter, Topeka 

Maher & Grosh, Toledo, O 

Maine Agricultural Experiment Station 

Maine Bureau of Industrial Labor Statistics, Augusta 

Maloy, John, Council Grove 

Manchester, Alfred, Providence, R. I 

Manchester, D. W., Cleveland, O 

Manderson, Charles F., Washington, D. C 

Mar.shall, Frank A., Leavenworth 

Marshall, John, Howard 

Marston, C. W., Cedar Junction 

Martin, Geo. W., Kansas City, Kas 

Martin, J. C, Prescott, Arizona 

Martin, John A., AtchLson 

Mary F. Seymour Publishing Company, New York City 

Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, College Park, Prince George's county . 

Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst 

Massachusetts Bureau Statistics of Labor, Boston 

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston 

Massachusetts Infant Asylum, Boston 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston 

Massachusetts Public Library, Salem 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble-Minded, Boston , 

Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Boston 

Massachusetts State Board of Lunacy and Charity, Boston 

Massachusetts State Library, Boston 

Mathews, Henry S., San Jose, Cal 

Mead, J. R., Wichita 



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Mendum, J. P., editor Investigator, Boston, Mass 

Mercantile Library Association, New York City 

Merciiantile Library Association of San Francisco, Cal 

Merrill, Nathan C, Ness City 

Michigan Agricultural College, Agricultural College P. O 

Michigan Bureau of Labor Statistics, Lansing 

Michigan Public Library, Detroit . . . , 

Michigan State Board of Health, Lansing 

Michigan State Library, Lansing 

Middaugh & Powers, Plain ville 

Miller, C. W., Hays City 

Miller, J. H., Howard 

Miller, W. H., Kansas City, Mo 

Mills, A. B., McLouth 

Mills, F. B., Las Vegas, N. M 

Milwaukee Public Library, Wis 

Miner, Rev. S. J., Sabetha 

Minneapolis Public Library, Minneapolis, Minn 

Minnesota Academy of Natural Sciences, Minneapolis 

Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, St. Anthony Park 

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul 

Minnie, Dr. J. E,, Topeka 

Minor, Mrs. Virginia L., St. Louis, Mo 

Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural College. 

Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbia 

Missouri Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Jefferson City 

Missouri Press Association, Columbia, Mo 

Missouri Weather Service, Director of, St. Louis 

Mitchell, C. K., Geuda Springs 

Mitchell, J. K., Osborne 

Mitchell, Mrs. Jennie S., York, Neb 

Mitchell, John H., Washington, D. C 

Mohler, M., Topeka 

Monroe, Harriet Earhart, Phila., Pa 

Montgomery, James Mortimer, New York City 

Moon. E. G., Secretary, Topeka 

Moon, John E., Hiawatha 

Moore, John T., Lawrence 

Moore, Robert R., Topeka 

Moriarty & Thorpe, Bogue 

Morrill, Edmund N., Hiawatha 

Morrill, Justin S., Washington, D. C 

Mair, W. G., Secretary, Harper 

Munseirs, Joel, Sons, Albany, N. Y 

National Grange, Topeka 

National Society Sons American Revolution 

National Temperance Society, N. Y 

Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station, Lincoln 

Nebraska Bureau of Labor Statistics, Lincoln 

Nebraska Historical Society, Lincoln 

Nebraska Weather Service, Director of, Crete 

Nelander, Edward, Lindsborg ., 

Neosho Rapids Seminary, Neosho Rapids 

Nevins, J. M.. Secretary, Independence 

Nevins Memorial Library, Methuen, Mass 

Newberry, Horace J., Chicago, 111 

Newberry Library. Chicago, 111 

New England Historic Genealogic Society, Boston, Mass 

New England Hospital for Women and Children, Boston, Mass 

New England Society, New York City 

New Hampshire Adjutant General, Manchester 

New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, Hanover 

New Hampshire, Bank Commissioners of, Manchester 

New Hampshire Board of Railroad Commissioners, Manchester 

New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, N. H 

New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner, Concord 

New Hampshire State Board of Agriculture, Concord 

New Hampshire State Board of Health, Concord 

New Hampshire State Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry 

New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, New Brunswick 

New Jersey Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Trenton, N. J 

New Jersey Free Public Library, Paterson 

New Jersey Geological Survey, New Brunswick 

New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, N. J 

New Jersey State Treasurer, Trenton, N. J 

New London Historical Society, Connecticut 

Newlon, W. S.. Oswego 

New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva 

New York Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Albany 




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New York Children's Aid Society, New York City 

New York College for the Training of Teachers, New York City 

New York Institution for Deaf Mutes, New York City 

Ne\y York State Library, Albany 

Nicholson, George T., Topeka 

Nipher, Francis E., St. Louis, Mo 

North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh 

North Carolina, University of, Chapel Hill 

Northrup, H. M., Kansas City, Kas 

Norton, C. A., Topeka 

Norton, Charles Elliott, Cambridge, Mass 

Nubert, Gus. J., Kansas City, Kas 

Nye, M. J., Hiawatha 

Gates, Wm. C, Washington, D. C 

Ohio Adjutant General, Columbus 

Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbus 

Ohio Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Columbus 

Ohio Meteorological Bureau, Columbus 

Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus 

Ohio State Forestry Bureau, Columbus 

Oldroyd, O. H., Springfield, 111 

Olney, Mrs. Emeline, Madison, Wis 

Oneida Historical Society, Utica, N. Y 

Ontario Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Statistics, Guelph, Canada 

Ontario Agricultural College and Experiment Farm, Guelph, Canada 

Opdyke, Charles Wilson, New York City. 

Oregon Immigration Board, Portland 

Ormsbee, Talcott, Topeka 

Outhwaite, J. H., Washington, D. C ' 

Owen, Prof. Richard, New Harmony, Ind 

Owen Brothers, Stockton 

Ozias, J. W., Wichita , 

Palmer & Anderson, Kirwin 

Parker, Rev. John D., Fort Riley 

Parks, C. W., Troy, N. Y 

Parks, Frank, Goodland , 

Parsons, H. N., Topeka 

Payne, Albert Bigelow, Fort Scott , 

Peabody Institute, Baltimore. Md 

Peabody Public Library, Peabody , 

Pease, Granville S., Anoka, Minn 

Peck, Ada H., Topeka 

Peck, Geo. C, Junction City 

Peck, Geo. R., Topeka 

Pecker, Col. J. E., Concord, N. H 

Pennsylvania, Adjutant General of, Harrisburg 

Pennsylania Agricultural Experiment Station, State College, Center County, 

Pennsylvania Historical Society, Philadelphia 

Pennsylvania Penitentiary, Philadelphia 

Pennsylvania State Penitentiary, Philadelphia 

Perine, Miss Emma G., Topeka 

Perine, Mrs. Mary E., Topeka , 

Perkins, Bishop W., Washington, D. C 

Pernin, H. M., Detroit, Mich 

Perry, Fred. H., Apopka, Fla 

Phelps, Rev. A. D., Wichita 

Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa 

Philadelphia Library Company, Philadelphia, Pa 

Phillips, Wm. A., Salina 

Philosophical Society of Ohio, Cincinnati 

Pierce, Gilbert A., Washington, D. C 

Pike & Ellsworth, Pasco County, Fla 

Pilling, James C, Washington D. C 

Plumb, P. B., Washington. IV C 

Poinsett, Wm. B., Lansing 

Polk, R. L. & Co., Chicago, 111 

Pomeroy, S. C, Washington, D. C 

Pond, Chester E., Topeka . 

Poor, H. V. & H. W., New York 

Popenoe, F. O., Topeka 

Popenoe, Mrs. F. O., Topeka 

Porter, A. N., Sterling 

Powell, Mrs. Ella, Washington, Kas 

Pratt, John G., Maywood 

Price, Rev. Samuel, Wellington 

Proctor Bros., Gloucester, Mass 

Proper, Rev. D. D., Atchison 

Providence Athenaeum, Providence, R. I 

Purdue University, LaFayette, Ind 



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Queen, J. W. & Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Radges, Samuel, Topeka .... 

RafEensperger, Mr?;. A. F., Marion, O 

Rash, Howard C, Salina ,. 

Rastall, Mrs. Fannie, Topeka 

Redden, Dr. J. W., Topeka 

Reed, G. L., editor, Mulvane 

Reagan, John H., Washington, D. C 

Republican Resubmission Club, Topeka 

Reynolds, Rev. J. B.. Pratt 

Reynolds, John M., Atchison 

Reynolds Library, Rochester, N. Y 

Rhea, M. A., Altoona 

Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station, Kingston 

Rhode Island Bureau of Industrial Statistics, Providence 

Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence 

Rice, Franklin P., Worcester, Mass 

Richardson, Rev. A. M. , Lawrence 

Richter, Rudolph, Kansas City, Mo 

Riddle. A. P., and C. M. Dunn, Minneapolis 

Riley, Z. F., Topeka 

Robb, S. C, Ogallah 

Roberts, J. N., Topeka 

Roberts and Hill, Osage City 

Robinson, A. A., Topeka 4 

Robinson, A. W., Valley Falls 

Robinson, John C, Washington, D. C 

Robinson & Co., Richmond, Ind 

Robinson & Springle, Washington , 

Root, Frank A., North Topeka 

Root, W. L., Topeka 

Ropes, George, Topeka 

Ross, D. M., Guthrie, Ok 

Ross, Gov. Edmund G., Deming, N. M 

Roudebush, J. W., Topeka 

Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J 

Ryan, Thomas, Topeka 

St. Louis Public Library, St. Louis, Mo 

St. Marys College, St. Marys 

Samuels, Prof. H., Topeka 

Sanborn, F. B., Concord, Mass 

San Francisco Free Public Library, Cal 

San Francisco Mercantile Library, Cal 

Sarah Fuller Home, Boston, Mass 

Sargent, W. W., Holton 

Sawhill. T. A., Concordia 

Sawin, Rev. A. G., Clifton 

Schuyler, Rev. Aaron, Salina 

See, A. N., editor, Salina 

Sefrit, M. L. & Son, Washington, Ind 

Severance, Mrs. Sarah M., Gilroy, Cal 

Sharder, J. W^.. Sec, Oskaloosa 

Shaw. A. P., Soldier 

Shaw, Wm., Boston, Mass 

Sheldon, Rev. C. M., Topeka 

Sheldon, E. M., Ottawa 

Sheltering Arms, New York City 

Shelton, E. M., Manhattan 

Shepard, R. B. , Anthony 

Sherrill, John B., Concordia 

Shinn, C, Ottawa 

Simpson, B. F., Topeka 

Simpson. J . Lea, Tonganoxie 

Sims, William, Topeka. 

Smith, B. F., Lawrence 

Smith, Chester A., Yates Center 

Smith, Ed. R., Mound City 

Smith, George W., Topeka 

Smith, Wm. F., Kiowa 

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C 

Smyth, B. B., Topeka 

Snow, Francis H., Lawrence 

Snyder, J. H., San Diego, Cal 

Societe Archeologique du Department de Constantino, Alger, Africa . 

Society de Geographie, Paris, France 

Soci^t^ de Geographie Commerciale de Nantes, France 

Soci6t6 de Geographie Commerciale de Paris, France 

Soci6t6 de Geographie Commerciale du Havre, France 

Soci6te de Geographie de Lyon, France 



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Socl6te Geographie de Toulouse, France 

Soci^te Havralse d'Etudes, Le Havre, France 

Societe Historique, Litteraire, Artistique, et Scientiflque, du Cher, Bourges, France. 

Socifite de Horticulture et de Botanique de Marseilles, France 

•Societe Nationale D' Agriculture, Paris, France 

Societe Nationale des Antiquaries de France, Paris 

Society Neuchateloise, de Geographie, Neuchatel, France 

Soci6te Royale de Boianique de Belgique, Brussels, France 

Society of American Florists, Boston, Mass 

South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbia 

South Carolina Commissioner of Education, Columbia 

South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Brookings 

Southeran, Henry & Co., Piccadilly, London 

Southern California Historical Society, Los Angeles 

Spaulding, Charles. Topeka 

Spellman Seminary, Atlanta, Ga 

Spooner, John C, Washington, D. C 

Sproat, Mrs. Kate, Topeka 

Stacey, A. G., Topeka .' 

Stanley, E., Lawrence 

Stanley, T. A., Osawatomie 

State Agricultural College, Manhattan 

Sterling, Wilson, Lawrence 

Stevenson, Governor E. A., Boise City, Idaho 

Stewart, C. H., Secretary, Seneca ♦. 

Stewart, M., Wichita 

Stewart, W. H., Washington, D. C 

Stonestreet, Frederick M., Topeka 

Storch, George, Atchison 

Storrs School Agricultural Experiment Station, Mansfield, Conn 

Stotler, Jacob, Wellington 

Stotler, Joseph, Lawrence 

Stowell, John and J. F., Briston, Wetmore 

Strang, Judge J. C, Larned 

Strong, C. A., WatervlUe 

Stryker, William, Great Bend 

Stumm, Ewing, Hutchinson 

Sutherland, George, Ottawa 

Swensson, Eev. C. A., Lindsborg 

Tauber, George, Topeka 

TTaylor, A. R., Emporia 

Taylor, Edw. F., Kansas City, Kas 

Taylor, Rev. R. B., Stillwater, Ok 

Teller, H. M., Washington. D. C 

Tennessee Bureau of Agriculture, Nashville 

Tennessee State Board of Health, Nashville 

Tenney, Mrs. Harriet A., Lansing, Mich 

Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Brazos county 

Thayer Eli, Worcester, Mass 

Thomann, G., New York City 

Thomas, Robert H., Mechanicsburg, Pa 

Thomas, Eev. E. S., Salina 

Thompson, J. F., Sabetha 

"Thompson, Tom E., Howard 

Thoroman, L. O., Salina 

Thwing, Rev. Edward P., Brooklyn, N. Y 

Tilley, R. H., Newport, R. I 

Tousey, M. S., Clay Center 

Tribune Association, New York City 

Tribune Publishing Company, Los Angeles, Cal 

Troup, Ira S., Lincoln 

Troutman, James A., Topeka 

Tucker, Rev. E. B., Ada 

Turner, B. H., Newton 

Tweeddale, Col. W., Topeka 

Tyler, A. H., Parsons 

U and I Club, Lawrence 

Union, Geography du nord de la France, Douar, France 

TJ. S. Agricultural Experiment Station, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Army Adjutant General, Washington, D. C 

TJ. S. Brewers' Association, New York City 

U. S. Bureau of Labor, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Bureau of Navigation, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Bureau of Statistics, Treasury Department, Washington, D. C 

TJ. S. Cavalry Association, Ft. Leavenworth 

U. S. Chief of Engineers, U. S. A., Washington, D. C 

TJ. S. Chief of Ordnance, U. S. A., Washington, D. C 

" S. Commissioner of Education, Washington, D. C 

o . S. Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. C 



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Books Pamp 



U. S. Commissioner of Pensions, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Fish Commissioner, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Geological Survey, Director of, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Life-Saving Servicfe, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Lighthouse Board, Washington, D. C 

U. S. Mint, Director of, Washington, D. C 

IT. S. Nautical Almanac office. Bureau of Equipment, Navy Department, Washington, D. C . . 

U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis 

U. S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C \ 3 

U. S. Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D. C 2 

U. S. Secretary of Interior, Washington, D. C. 469 

U. S. Secretary of State, Washington, D. C 46 

U. S. Secretary of the Treasury, Washington, D. C ; I 25 

U. S. Secretary of War, Washington, D. C 4 

U. S. Signal Otfice, Washington, D. C 32 

U. S. Signal Station, Observer of, lieavenworth i 

University of California, Berkeley ) 8 

University of Kansas, Lawrence j 

University of Nebraska, Lincoln j 

Unknown 



Vail, Kev. A. L., Emporia 

Vail, Bishop T. H., Topeka 

Vanderbilt Benevolent Association, Charleston, S. C , 

Van Dyke, H. N., Princeton, N. J 

Van Rensselaer, Rev. Munsell, New York 

Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington 

Vincent. H., Winfleld 

Vincent, H. & L., Winfleld 

Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Blacksburg 

Von Langen, H.. Topeka 

Votel, Rev. Henry J., St. Mary's 

VValdin, Horace G., Washington, D. C 

Walker, S. T., Olathe 

Wallace, J. W., Garden City 

Waiiamaker, John, Philadelphia, Pa 

Ward, Mrs. Jennie M., Ottawa 

Ward. Dr. M. B., Topeka 

Ward, W. J., Kansas City, Mo 

Warkentin, B., Newton 

Warner, George T., Austin, Texas 

Warren, L. J., Clay Center 

Waterman, A. A., Boston, Mass 

Waterman, J. N., Delphos 

Watson, Miss Carrie M., Lawrence , 

Waugh, Lorenzo, San Francisco, Cal 

Welburn, J. B., Effingham 

Weller, Ernest A., Wamego 

West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Morgantown 

Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society, Cleveland. 

Weston, J. A., Secretary, Frankfort 

Whaley, W. E.. Manhattan 

White, H. F., Topeka 

Whitmore, W. H., Downs 

Wichita Public Schools, Superintendent of 

Wickersham, J. A., Terre Haute, Ind 

Wight, R. A., Rochester, N. Y 

Wilder, D. W., Topeka 

Wiles, C. K., Winfleld , 

Willard, Miss Frances E., Chicago, 111 

Wilkinson, J. N., Emporia 

Williams, A. L.. Topeka 

Williams, George T., Chicago, 111 

Williams, H., New York 

Williams, Col. James M., Trinidad, Col 

Williams, John Fletcher, St. Paul, Minn 

WiHon, Mrs. Augustus, Wilsonton 

Winans, George W., Topeka 

Winthrop, Robert C. , Boston, Mass 

Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station, Madison 

Wisconsin Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics, Madison 

Wisconsin State Board of Health, Appleton, Wis 

Wisconsin State Grange, Neenah 

Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison 

Wolcott, E. O., Washington, D. C 

Wolf, Right Rev. Innocent, Atchison 

Wolford, A. G., Topeka 



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Woman's Temparance Publication Society, Chicago. Ill 

Wood, M. F., Cherry Vale 

Woodford, J. E., Secretary, Burlington 

Woodman, Selden J., Los Angeles, Cal 

Woodrutf , Wilford, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Woods, M. H., Secretary, Garnett 

Woodward, Brinton W., Lawrence 

Worcester Society of Antiquity, Worcester, Mass 

Worrall, Harvey, Topeka 

Wray, E. W., Guthrie, I. T 

Wright, J. M., Dodge City 

Wright, Rezin A., New York City 

Wynn, Prof. W. H., Atchison 

Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Wilkes-Barre, Pa 

Yates, Lorenzo G., Santa Barbara, Cal 

Ye Little Olde Book Store, Springfield, Mass 

Ylngling, Dr. W. A., Nonchalanta 

Yoving, I. D., Beloit .' 

Zercher, D. C, Olathe •. 

Zinn, L. W., Hutchinson 



DONORS OF MANUSCRIPTS. 

Abarr, Miss Mary, Topeka: Invitation to the Leslie Club social, December 
21, 1888, Music Hall, Topeka. 

Abbott, George, Osawkee: Share number 241, of stock in the town of Osaw- 
kee, Kansas Territory, dated July 25, 1857, signed by George C. Wright, 
president. 

Abbott, Major J. B., De Soto: Letter of donor addressed to Hon. Joel K. 
Goodin, dated Topeka, March 14, 1888 ; also letter of Mr. Goodin in reply, 
dated Ottawa, Kansas, January 25, 1889. The correspondence relates to 
the arrest at Topeka of twenty or twenty-five Free-State men, members of 
the Topeka Legislature, January 5, 1857, by Deputy United States Mar- 
shall Pardee, on indictment of grand jury at Tecumseh, for object of get- 
ting Governor Geary into trouble with the administration and thereby 
securing his removal. 

Adams, Henry J., Topeka: Biographical sketch of Captain Samuel A. Will- 
iams, member first Territorial Legislature, by J. T. Williams. 

Alrich, L. L., Cawker City : Register of attendance at the meeting of Cawker 
City Old Settlers' Association, January 1, 1889. 

Anderson, Rev. J. W. D., Elk City: Fac-simile of the ordination certificate 
given by John Wesley to Bishop Coke, the first Methodist Bishop in 
America ; list of books about Kansas, or of which citizens of Kansas are 
the authors ; mostly in the possession of Mr. Anderson ; also in the library 
of the State Historical Society. 

Barnes, William, Albany, N. Y. : The records and papers of the New York 
State Kansas Committee of 1856 and 1857, of which Mr. Barnes was the 
secretary, together with the tin case in which the records and papers w^re pre- 
served by him, namely: Manuscript record book, (also contains the record 
of Wm. Barnes as the treasurer of the Hungarian Liberty Association of the 
city of Albany, 1852); 27 letters from Dr. Thomas H. Webb and other 



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officers of the New England Emigrant Aid Company; 39 letters from 
National Kansas Aid Committee, Chicago; 22 letters from Daniel K. 
Anthony, Rochester, N. Y. ; 10 letters from J. P. Filer; 35 letters from 
Rev. A. H. ShurtlifF; 4 letters from O. C. Brown ; 25 letters from J. L. 
Wilde; 18 letters from B. B. Newton; 7 letters from Eli Thayer; 9 letters 
from Russell Hubbard; 1 letter from Capt. John Brown; 1 letter from 
Thaddeus Hyatt; 1 letter from Horace Greeley; 412 miscellaneous letters; 
15 resolutions; 11 receipts, etc.; 1 subscription paper to New York State 
Kansas Fund; 19 certificates of credentials of delegates to the Free-State 
Kansas Convention held at Buffalo, July 9th and 10th, 1856, with list of 
delegates; 4 blank subscription books of the National Kansas Committee 
appointed at Buffalo, July 9th, 1856; 1 pamphlet report of the proceed- 
ings of the convention of delegates from Kansas aid societies in different 
States, held at Cleveland, 0., June 20th and 21st, and adjourned and held 
at Buffalo, N. Y., July 9th and 10th, 1856, A. H. Reeder, president, Wm. 
Barnes and W. F. M. Arny, secretaries, 21 pages; 1 pamphlet prospectus 
and description of the city of Burlingame, Kansas, 1857 ; 657 manuscripts 
in all. (See lists of Donors of Books and Pamphlets, of Pictures, of 
Scrip, Currency, etc., of War Relics, and of Miscellaneous Contributions.) 

Benson, Harry Darius, St. Francis: Autobiographical sketch of donor, dele- 
gate to the Legislature, 1889-90. 

Bonham, Jeriah, Springfield, 111.: Manuscript press article entitled "Far- 
mers' Organizations in Kansas and Other States; some history connected 
with them; their failure as political factors." Dated Springfield, 111., Oc- 
tober 23, 1890; 8 pages. 

Botkin, G. W., publisher of the Hutchinson Republican, Hutchinson : Auto- 
graphical sketch of donor, dated June 27, 1889. 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Autographs of Rev. Dr. Frederic H. 
Hedge, Cambridge, Mass.; Rev. J. H. Allen, editor Unitarian Review; 
Rev. Dr. A. P. Peabody, LL.D., Harvard University; autograph letter 
addressed to donor from First Congregational Church, Quincy, Mass., 
March 1, 1889; brief autobigraphical sketch of donor; autograph letter of 
R. C. Waterson, dated October 18, 1886. Seven acknowledgment certifi- 
cates from societies and institutions: Three Geneva, Switzerland; one 
Paris ; two Florence, Italy ; one New York. 

Brown, Geo. W., Rockford, 111. : Letter of donor dated Rockford, September 
29, 1890, relating to incidents of Governor Geary's administration. 

Caine, William W., Witoka, Minn. : Account of Wakarusa war and other 
Kansas reminiscences, letter of donor addressed to Secretary of the His- 
torical Society, dated Witoka, February 28, 1889 ; reminiscences of donor 
in Kansas, 1855-6. 

Coburn, F. D., Kansas City, Kansas: Letter of John J. Ingalls, addressed 
to donor, relative to seal of Kansas, dated Washington, D. C, October 10^ 



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1888; also letter of donor relative to the foregoing, dated Kansas City, 
Kas., January 14, 1889. 

Corey, C. A., Topeka : Biographical sketch of Albert Samuel Corey, printer, 
dated August 28, 1889. 

Corgan, John N., McPherson: Letter of Capt. John C. Brand to donor 
dated [Jeff.] Davis Plantation, (near Vicksburg), July — , 1864; letter of 
Col. B. L. E. Bonneville, dated Benton Barracks, Mo., May 31, 1864; let- 
ter of Lieut. H. Hemriges, dated Camp, Vicksburg, Miss., April 20, 1864; 
description of Bedloe's Island, N. Y., written by donor, as in 1848 ; letter 
of Fred Shattner, County Clerk of Sedgwick county, Kas., dated Aug. 24, 
1871, relative to the boundaries of Black Kettle township; also 10 other 
letters and papers of a later date; 15 in all. 

Davis, E., sr., Towanda : Parchment indenture of donor as an apprentice in 
England, dated 1837. 

Dodge, S. H., Beloit: Fac-simile of the indenture of Hon. Simon Cameron, 
of Pennsylvania, as an apprentice to Andrew Kennedy, printer. May 
14, 1861. 

Elder, D. M., El Dorado : Autobiographical sketch of donor, member of the 
Legislature, 1889-90, Sixty-third District, dated Feb. 14, 1889. 

Emery, Rufus Marion, Seneca: Autobiographical sketch of donor. State 
Senate, 1889-91, Twenty-first Senatorial District, dated January 30, 1889. 

Emery, J. S., Lawrence: Address of donor delivered before an Oklahoma 
mass meeting, Arkansas City, Feb. 20, 1889. 

Eshelman, Rev. M. M., McPherson : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Fairchild, G. T., Manhattan : Autobiography of donor. President of the State 
Agricultural College, March, 1889. 

Ford, W. D., Pittsburg, member of the Legislature, Twenty-fourth District, 
1889-90: Autobiographical memorandum of donor. 

Forney, Josephus W., Belle Plaine, State Senator, 1889-91, Twenty-eighth 
Senatorial District : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Gleed, C. S., Topeka: Letter of Sylvester Baxter, to donor, dated Maiden, 
Mass., July 11, 1889, relative to tobacco-pouch relic. (See Miscellaneous 
Contributions, C. S. Gleed.) 

Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan : Sermon of Rev. Joseph Denison, delivered 
at Tecumseh, M. E. Church, April 21, 1889, and reported by his son, 
Henry L, Denison. 

Greene, A. R., Topeka: Autobiography of donor. State Railroad Commis- 
sioner, dated Jan. 16, 1889. 

Griffith, Geo. P., Hayes City : Original Lease given by Samuel Winfield to 
Thomas Abbott, Dec. 24, 1767, of a windmill at Ohoroton, in Notting- 
ham county, England, for fifty years from date, written on parchment 21 x 
27 inches in size. 

Hale, James H. Rose, member of the Legislature, Thirty-sixth District, 1889- 
90 : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 



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Hawes, Alex. G., San Francisco, Cal. : Manuscript account by donor, of the 
battle of Osawatomie, Aug. 30, 1856. 

Hayden, Sidney, Holton: Original of bill of particulars filed in court in 
Prince George county, Md., June 10, 1727, in the case of Ed. Moberly vs. 
Wyatt's executors ; original writ of fieri facias, directed to the Sherifi" of 
Prince George's county, Md., in the name of King George II, in the case 
of Epes vs. Raney, dated May 30, 1739; manuscript deed from James 
Morris, of Reading, Berks county, to Benjamin Davies, same place, for 
8,(368 acres of land in Mifflin county. Pa., dated July 30, 1821. 

Hebbard, J. C, Topeka : Manuscript relative to the naming of the towns of 
Seneca and Sabetha. 

Hitt, James J., Topeka: Autograph of John Quincy Adams, attached to 
land patent of David Jackson, of Howard county, Mo., April 1st, 1825 ; 
autograph of James Monroe, attached to land patent of David Jackson, of 
Boone county. Mo., Aug. 20, 1824. 

Holman, Rev. C, North Topeka: Manuscript record book containing the 
record of the Kansas M. E. Conference for the years 1873-1881. [Condi- 
tional deposit.] 

Home, D. H., Oceanside, Cal. : Letter of Marie L. Home, dated Topeka, 
April 16, 1855, addressed to her mother and sisters, Susan and Bell; re- 
cruiting order addressed to donor, dated Headquarters Kansas Brigade, 
Camp Mitchell, Oct. 3, 1861, and signed by J. H. Lane, commanding Kan- 
sas Brigade, and by T. J. Anderson, acting Assistant Adjutant General; 
note addressed to " President, Directors, and other parties in interest of the 
Union Pacific Railroad Company, E. D.," introducing donor, delegated to 
present the claims of Topeka as a point in the line of said road, signed by 
C. K. HoUiday, late President, H. W. Farnsworth, Jacob Saffbrd, F. L. 
Crane, and S. N. Wood, Directors, dated Topeka, Feb. 10, 1864. 

Jerome, F. E., Topeka : Letter of donor, relating to the history of the John 
Brown song, dated Topeka, Dec. 23, 1888. 

Jones, John P., Cold water : List of papers, translations from Spanish and 
French, relating to Coronado's Expedition, in possession of donor. 

Julian, N. P., Liverpool: Biographical sketch of donor, 1889. 

King, James L., Topeka: Two letters of Gov. John A. Martin, dated Dec. 
29, and 31, 1887, addressed to donor, giving biographical sketch of his 
wife, Mrs. Ida Challiss Martin, for use in an article afterward published in 
the Chicago Tribune. 

Lewis, D. W., Topeka: Manuscript saved from the Cincinnati fire of 1884. 

Lockard, F. M., Norton: Biographical sketch of donor. State Senator, 1889- 
91, Thirty-fourth Senatorial District. 

Lykins, William H. R., Kansas City, Mo. : Parchment float issued by Presi- 
dent Andrew Johnson to Joel Walker, June 14, 1865, for one section of 
land ; the following manuscript papers relating to original shares and lots 
in Lawrence, and dated 1854 to 1860; 22 drawings of shares by donor; 



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letter of Gov. A. H. Reeder to donor ; manuscript book of proceedings of 
trustees of Robitaille float, 1858; brief in the case of the Reeder float; 12 
miscellaneous papers; 37 applications for registry preemption claims. 

McDowell, John S., commissioner of State Reformatory, Smith Center : Auto- 
biographical sketch of donor, dated January 28, 1889. 

Martin, William Wallace, Fort Scott, member of the Senate, Seventh Senato- 
rial District, 1889-91: Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Maule, Chas. Ingersoll, Strong City, member of the Legislature, Sixty-fourth 
District, 1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Miller, Fremont, Admire, member of the Legislature, Fifty-fifth District 
1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Mitchell, Clinton Robert, Regent State University, Geuda Springs : Autobi- 
ographical sketch of donor. 

Mitchell, Mrs. Jennie S., York, Neb. : Letter written by Geo. A. Crawford, 
dated Leavenworth City, May 29th, 1862, addressed to Col. Sam Stambaugh, 
of Pennsylvania, introducing Gen. R. B. Mitchell. 

Montgomery, Mrs. Clarinda, Castle Rock, W. T. : Letter of donor, dated Castle 
Rock, Oct. 13, 1889, giving account of personal appearance of Col. James 
Montgomery, her husband. 

Moore, Thomas P., Regent and Loan Commissioner, State Agricultural Col- 
lege, Holton : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Morgan, L. J., Springdale, member of the Legislature, 1889, 1890, Eighth 
District : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Morse, O. E., Mound City : Letter of donor relating to the history of the 
John Brown song, dated January 7, 1889. 

Murphy, Eugene F., Goodland : Autobiographical sketch of donor. Delegate 
to the Legislature, Sherman county, 1889, 1890. 

Newlon, W. S., Oswego : Oswego Town Company stock certificate, number 
25, dated April 11, 1868, in favor of donor; also certificate of Oswego 
Town Company entitling donor to deed of warranty to town lots in Oswego. 

Mcholls, Archibald, Chardon : Autobiographical sketch of donor, member 
of the Legislature, 1889, 1890; One Hundred and Twenty-fourth District; 
dated February 15, 1889. 

Painter, J. S., editor Garden City Herald, Garden City : Autobiographical 
sketch of donor. 

Paramore, Ed. H., Huntsville, Ala. : Promissory note of A. H. Thurston, for 
payment of $40.88, hire of a negro woman from January 1, 1846, to Janu- 
ary 1, 1847, dated March 5, 1846, with payments indorsed on back. 

Phillips, Colonel William A., Salina : Certificate of ownership of Romeo, a 
negro slave, by the President and people of the United States, dated July 
22, 1845, signed by Major-General Thomas S. Jesup, of the Seminole war; 
also donor's letter of transmittal, dated August 28, 1889. Also, letter of 
John H. Kagi, written to donor from Chambersburg, Pa., a few days before 
the attack on Harper's Ferry, with explanatory memorandum. Also, 



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topographical report of the Cherokee Neutral Land Commission made in 
1867 and 1868. The lands were 800,000 acres lying in Bourbon, Craw- 
ford and Cherokee counties. The report contains description, topography, 
names of original settlers, price, minerals, etc., slope of the lands, creeks, 
water, timber, etc. ; eighteen manuscript books. 

Eankin, John C, Quenemo; member of the Senate, Sixteenth District, 1889- 
91 : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Keader, Samuel J., North Topeka: Poem by donor entitled, "The Battle of 
Big Blue, Price's Raid," giving, in rhyme, a brief history of the battle. 

Reeder, Gen. Frank, Easton, Pa.: Letter of donor, dated October 11th, 1889, 
giving personal description of Gov. Andrew J. Reeder. 

Rice, William Montgomery, Fort Scott, member of the Legislature, Twenty- 
second District, 1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Roach, Thomas Kirkpatrick, Holton, member of the Legislature, Forty-third 
District, 1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Roy, G. D., Prescott : Old settlers' register of Sheridan township, Linn county, 
names procured at meeting held at Holmes's Grove, August 18th, 1888, 
an.d August 8th, 1889. 

Russell, Edward, Lawrence: Oath of allegiance of D. R. Anthony, number 
417, dated Post of Gains ville, Ala., June 8, 1865, sworn to and subscribed 
before Chas. A. Hubbard, captain 93d Ind. Vols, and Prpvost Marshal. 

Rutledge, G. 0., Parkville, Mo. : Two letters of Robert S. Kelley, addressed 

to Miller, dated Atchison, K. T., August 19th and 22d, 1855, relating 

to political affairs in Kansas; also poem addressed to Hon. David R. 
Atchison. 

Sapp, F. H., Moody, Texas: Reminiscences of Kansas in 1856, account of 
battles of Franklin, and other events, Feb. 5, 1890; biographical sketch of 
author and donor, Feb. 17, 1890. 

Senate and House of Representatives, Topeka, by concurrent resolution : Pen- 
itentiary Investigation, testimony taken by the joint committee of the Leg- 
islature, vols. 1 and 2, 1889. 

Singleton, Benjamin, Kansas City, Mo.: Certificate of incorporation of the 
Edgefield Real Estate Association, a colored exodus organization, Davidson 
county, Tenn., in office of Secretary of State, Nashville, Sept. 12, 1874, 
Chas. N. Gibbs, Secretary. The incorporators are "W. A. Sizemore, Ben- 
jamin Petway, Houston Molloy, Washington Anthony, sr., A. McClure, 
Washington Anthony, jr., Thomas Weston, Richard Battle, and donor, all 
of Davidson county, Tenn." Certificate of incorporation of Singleton Col- 
ony of Morris and Lyon counties, Kansas, June 25, 1879 ; five manuscripts, 
dated Dunlap, Kansas, Aug. 9, 1879, containing list of names of heads of 
families in Singleton Colony, with number of individuals in each family, 
and number of acres selected for each family; commendation of donor, 
dated Topeka, Kansas, Oct. 22, 1879, and signed by Gov. John P. St. John, 
Albert H. Horton, N. C. McFarland, F. G. Adams, and W. A. Sizemore ; 



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appeal made by Singleton Colony, soliciting help towards first payment on 
their lands, fall of 1879, signed by 37 members of the colony, and author- 
izing donor to receive money for such object ; deed to donor of four lots in 
town of Dunlap, dated Oct. 3, 1882, also six letters relative to same; four 
letters addressed to donor from his children in Tennessee ; letter of A. D. 
De Frantz, addressed to Pap Singleton, dated Jan. 25, 1887. 

Stewardson, James M., Colby, member of the Legislature, One Hundred and 
Twenty-third District, 1889-90 : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Smith, Geo. W., Topeka: Petitions for bridge at Kansas City from citizens; 
Price Raid petition ; petition from Atchison Industrial School for girls ; 
letter of Geo. Ropes, addressed to Hon. J. N. High, chairman sub-com- 
mittee for investigation of claim of donor against State of Kansas, Topeka, 
Feb. 20, 1889. 

Smith, H. B., Osawatomie, Account-book of Henry Crane, of Durham, 
Conn., dates running from Feb. 3, 1743, to Nov. 10, 1810, bound in vellum ; 
formerly the property of Chas. H. Crane, who settled in Osawatomie in 
1855. 

Smith, Horace J., Ottawa, member of the Legislature, Sixteenth District, 
1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Spencer, Orsemus Hale, McPherson, member of the Legislature, Eightieth 
District, 1889-90 : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Thayer, Eli, Worcester, Mass.: Letter of donor, dated Sept. 24, 1889, with 
inclosure of printed slip containing letters from Dr. LeBarron Russell, rel- 
ative to the influence of the N. E. Emigrant Aid Company in making 
Kansas a free State. 

Thompson, Geo. F., Manhattan: Autograph letter of Prudence Crandall 
Philleo, with poem entitled "Address to Farmers," written to donor, dated 
Elk Falls, June 16, 1886. 

Triplett, C. S., Leoti, Delegate to the Legislature from Wichita county : Auto- 
biographical sketch of donor, dated Feb. 14, 1889. 

Younkman, David M., Goffs, member of the Legislature, Forty-fifth Dis- 
trict, 1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Wallace, William W., manager Garden City Herald, Garden City : Auto- 
biographical sketch of donor. 

Weed, Geo. W., Topeka: Commission of donor as resident Commissioner for 
the State of Kansas at the Garfield Monument Fair, held in the Capitol, 
Washington, from November 25 to December 3, 1882 ; certificate of donor's 
membership in Payne's Oklahoma Colony, Wichita, February 6, 1884; 
autograph of D. L. Payne. 

White, Charles Longton, member of the Legislature, Fifty-seventh District, 
1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor, dated January 7, 1889. 

Wright, Rezin A., New York city, N. Y. : Manuscripts, military letters and 
papers relating to the late war, given by Brigadier General M. R. Patrick, 
to donor; also ten other autographs. 



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Wilder, D. W., Topeka : A brief outline of the life of John A. Martin ; by- 
donor before the Eighth Kansas Volunteers, Topeka, October 8, 1890. Let- 
ter of William Kaucher, addressed to donor, dated Hamlin, December 17, 
1888, relative to. French burr millstone, supposed to be one of the first 
brought to Kansas. 

Wilkinson, J. N., Emporia: Register of Kansas teachers at the National 
Teachers' Association, San Francisco, Cal., August, 1889. 

Williamson, J. D., Troy, member of the Legislature, First District, 1889-90: 
Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Wood, L. M., Denver, Colo.: Copy of a commission to Capt. William H. 
Leeman, by John Brown, dated near Harper's Ferry, Md., Oct. 15, 1859, 
presented to donor by Colonel J. T. Gibson, Charlestown, Jefferson county, 
AV. Va. 

Wright, John K., Junction City, member of the Senate, 1889-90, Twentieth 
Senatorial District : Autobiographical sketch of donor. 

Wright, Jonathan Joel, Emporia, member of the Legislature, Fifty-fourth 
District, 1889-90: Autobiographical sketch of donor, inclosed in his letter 
of April 23, 1890. 

DONORS OF MAPS, CHARTS, AND ATLASES. 

Bradlee, Dr. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Map of the city of Boston, 1890. 

Campbell, A. B., Topeka: Military map of Kansas, 1886, four copies. 

Clark, Sylvester H., Clyde, N. Y. : A copy of the engraved chart, entitled 
"The Triumph of Freedom Over Slavery," containing an engraved copy 
of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, 
abolishing slavery, w- ith autographs as follows : Abraham Lincoln, Presi- 
dant ; H. Hamlin, Vice President ; Schuyler Colfax, Speaker of the House 
of Representatives ; J. W. Forney, Secretary of the Senate ; Edward Mc- 
Pherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives ; and of the members of 
the Senate and House of Representatives who voted for the Amendment, 
which passed the Senate April 8, 1864, and the House of Representatives 
January 30, 1865, and was approved by President Abraham Lincoln Feb- 
ruary 1, 1865; also key to the above chart. 

Clarkson, Harrison, Topeka: Sanborn Fire Map of Topeka, 1885. 

Cook, Geo. H., State Geologist, New Brunswick, N. J. : Geological map of 
New Jersey, from original surveys, 1889, by donor ; atlas of New Jersey, 
geological survey ; the State map of New Jersey, and the relief map of the 
State of New Jersey, 1888, by donor. 

Coyell, E. E., Topeka: Topeka Guide and Business Directory — chart. 

Day, W. H., Tyrone: Map of the city of Tyrone, Seward county, Kansas, 
incorporated May 7, 1888. 

Geological Natural History Survey of Canada, Ottawa: Plan of Asbestos 
Areas, Part K, annual report, 1887; part M, annual report, 1887, sheet 
number 17, N. E. New Brunswick. 



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Ooerz, David, Halstead : Map showing the A. T. & S. F. R. R. and extensions 
in Kansas. 

Ooodno-w, Prof. I. T., Manhattan: Township map of eastern Kansas, by 
Whitman & Searl ; atlas to Warren's System of Geography ; system of 
map drawing, by F. L. Ripley; map of Kansas, 1888, Manhattan Repub- 
lic supplement, containing also pictures of buildings, public and private, 
in Manhattan ; map of State Agricultural College lands in Washington, 
Marshall, Clay, Riley and Dickinson counties (no date) ; map of northern 
and eastern portions of Kansas, also schedule of State Agricultural Col- 
lege lands, 1889 ; map of State of California, compiled for Immigration 
Association of San Francisco, California (no date) ; three maps of the seat 
of war in Europe, in 1854 and 1855 ; map of the Baltic Sea, presented to 
subscribers of Boston Chronicle, war of 1854-55. 

Oreen, Samuel A., Boston, Mass. : Fac-simile of Hubbard's map of New Eng- 
land, with text by donor. 

Halderman, Gen. John A., Washington, D. C. : Map showing location of the 
Diplomatic and Consular Offices of the U. S. of America, March 1, 1888. 

Hall & O'Donald Lithographing Co., Topeka: Two charts giving list of 
county. State and Federal officers of Kansas, April, 1889. 

Historical and Philosophical Society, of Ohio, Cincinnati: Three United 
States maps. 

Jennings, T. B., Topeka : Twenty-six rain charts to accompany Kansas 
Weather-Crop Bulletins. 

Kansas Railroad Commissioners, Topeka : James Humphrey, Geo. T. Anthony, 
Albert R. Greene, Topeka ; railroad map of Kansas, 1889, 12 copies ; 
Campbell's commercial map, 1884, issued by Missouri Railroad Commission- 
ers; railroad map of Kansas, 1890, 60 copies. 

Kilmer, Fred B., New Brunswick, N. J.: Map of Oregon and Upper Cali- 
fornia, to accompany Fremont's Survey, by Charles Preuss, 1848. 

Lykins, William H. R., Kansas City, Mo.: Map of Lawrence, Kansas, 1855, 
by A. D. Searl. 

Mohler, Martin, Topeka: Map of Kansas, published by the State Board of 
Agriculture, 1889. 

Ohio Archseological and Historical Society, Columbus: MajD of Ohio, 1888. 

Popenoe, F. O., Topeka: Atlas of the Santa Fe route. 

Powell, J. AV., Washington, D. C. : Mineral productions of the United States, 
1882 to 1887, tabulated statement by donor, dated October 15, 1888. 

Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. : Atlas of geology of New Jersey, 
1868, by Geo. H. Cook. 

Ryan, Thomas, Topeka: Map of the Missouri river, surveys, 1878 to 1881, by 
D. W. Wellman. 

Selwyn, Dr. Alfred R. C, Ottawa, Canada : Maps, etc., to accompany Annual 
Report of the Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada, vol. 3, 
1887-88. 



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Smith, Geo. W., Topeka: Fourteen Senatorial apportionment maps, State of 
Kansas, 1888 ; map of Rice county, 1886 ; two maps of Lyons, Rice county. 

Smith, H. B., Osawatomie : MacLean & Lawrence's sectional map of Kansas 
Territory, compiled by C. P. Wiggin, April, 1857. 

Stonebraker, S. A., Black Jack: Map of Prairie City, surveyed February, 
1857, by A. D. Searl. 

Tenney, Mrs. Harriet A., State Librarian, Lansing, Mich. : Atlas of maps 
accompanying geological survey of Michigan, Upper Peninsula, vols. 1, 
2,4. 

Times, Kansas City, Mo.: Map of Oklahoma, April, 1889. 

Union Pacific R. R. Company : Map of the overland route. 

U. S. Department of State, Washington, D. C: Atlas of joint maps of the 
northern boundary of the U. S. from the Lake of the Woods to the summit 
of the Rocky Mountains ; eight maps showing the location of the Diplo- 
matic and Consular offices of the U. S. of America, March 1st, 1888. 

U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. : Atlas to accompany a Mono- 
graph on the Geology of the Quicksilver Deposits of the Pacific Slope, by 
Geo. F. Becker. 

Unknown: Map of the City of Washington, D. C, showing route of inaugural 
parade, March 4, 1889. 

Wilder, D. W., Topeka : Map of portions of Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri, 
1859, by J. H. Colton; sketch of the country near the southern boundary 
of Kansas, by J. E. Johnston. 

World, Wichita: Map of Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory, supple- 
ment to Wichita World, of March 30, 1889. 

DONORS OF PICTURES. 

Adams, Helen W., Waterville : Three views of watermelon field in Wash- 
ington county, 1888. 

Adams, W. M., 'Neosho Rapids : Photo of Neosho Rapids Seminary. 

Admire, W. W., Topeka : Portrait of Governor Wilson Shannon, in frame ; 
engraving of the ruins of the first Kansas Capitol Building, at Pawnee ; 
engraving of ex-Governor A. H. Reeder, taken from a painting in the 
State Historical Rooms ; also one from a photo of his disguise when fleeing 
from the Kansas Territory. 

Aldrich, Emma B., Cawker City : Photo portrait of the Woman's Hesperian 
Library Club, Cawker City. 

Arment, A. B., Winfield: Photo of sample ear of Cowley county corn, 1890. 

Bailey, Judge L. D., Garden City : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Baker, C. C, Topeka : Engraved portrait of donor. 

Baker, Floyd P., Topeka : Nearly life-size photo portrait of donor, neatly 
framed, 1890. 

Barnes, William, Albany, N. Y. : Portrait of John Brown, upon which is 
the following inscription : " This is an original photograph of John Brown, 
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taken for me in Albany, N. Y., about the year 1857; it is a good picture 
of him at that time. (Signed) William Barnes, Albany, N. Y., December 
8, 1888." 

Beets, Mary F., editor Young Kansan, Gardner: Cabinet-size photo portrait 
of donor. 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass. : Engraved portrait of Rev. Dr. and Prof. 
E. P. Thwing, of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; engraved portrait of Rev. Caleb Brad- 
ley, born at Dracut, Mass., March 12, 1771, died June 2, 1861, in his nine- 
tieth year ; engraved portrait of Major-General William Moultrie ; cabinet 
size photos of Edward P. Jackson, Edwin T. Home, Rev. Joseph Weeks. 

Bright, Rev. J. A., Abilene: Photograph of donor. Chaplain of Kansas 
House, session 1887, and of Senate, 1889-90. 

Brooks, Frank, Topeka: Cabinet photo of donor. 

Campbell, W. P., Wamego: Picture group, (blue process,) representing 
amateur dramatic company cast for the drama " Corene." 

Carpenter, J. S., St. Marys: Photo group of Pottawatomie county editors, 
1889. 

Cedar Vale Corps, No. 160, W. R. C, Cedar Vale: Photographic portraits of 
the members, 1890. 

Chapman, James G., North Topeka: Photograph of Belvoir, dwelling of 
John D. Knox, north of Potwin Place, 1888. 

Christian, James, Arkansas City : Cabinet photo of Gen. James H. Lane ; 
also cabinet photo of donor. 

Cone, W. W., Topeka: Photo of grape-vine, in fruit, Topeka, Aug. 15, 
1889. 

Corey, C. A., Topeka : Photographic portrait of Albert S. Corey. 

Crane, Geo. W. & Co., Topeka: Album of Topeka, 1888, fifty-five views of 
the city ; engraving of Kansas State Historical room, by donor. 

DuPuy, Maria Wilder, Rochester, N. Y. : Steel portrait of Thaddeus Stevens, 
1867, John Sartain, engraver. 

Eshelman, Rev. M. M., McPherson : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Farnham, Capt. G. W., Chicago, 111. : Photos of Gen. Geo. W. Deitzler ; of 
Gen. Robt. B. Mitchell; of Gen. James G. Blunt, and of Col. Geo. H. 
Hoyt. 

Farrow, W. F., Topeka: Three photo views of Kansas State Historical rooms, 
1889. 

Ford, W. D., member of the Legislature, Pittsburg: Photo portrait of donor, 
1889. 

Goss, Col. N. S., Topeka: Cabinet photo of donor. 

Gotwald, Rev. Geo. D., Kansas City, Mo. : Photo view of car-load of flour for 
the Johnstown sufferers, from the citizens of Salina. 

Gove, Alonzo, Osawatomie: Tintype taken at Butler, Mo., in 1863, of the 
following persons : C. P. Casey, Dwight Chapell, Edger Cone, Geo. R. Fer- 



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ris ; all residents of Osawatomie, and all members of Co. I, Col. Jennison's 
regiment, war of the Rebellion. 

Halderman, John A., Washington, D. C. : Engraved view of the city of Ho- 
bart, Tasmania, Australia. 

Harrington, M. O., Topeka: View of buildings Williston Seminary, East 
Hampton, Mass. 

Hays, Robert R., Senator, Osborne: Photo portrait of donor, 1889. 

Hill, W. R., Hill City : Photo of donor and wife, Mrs. Lydia Hill ; two photo 
cards exhibiting the process of cutting, cleaning, and curing of broom corn 
on farm of donor, in Graham county, Sept. 10, 1889 ; 10 views in Hill City, 
Graham county, including that of the pioneer house, which existed from 
1880-89; photograph of Harvest Home Festival at First Baptist Church, 
Hill City, Sept. 10, 1889; photo of Pomeroy's special train at Hill City, 
Oct. 22, 1888, and Pomeroy House, at same place, in all 17 views. 

Hopkins, T. R., Topeka: Two photographic views of Baptist Indian Mission 
buildings, west of Topeka. 

Horton, Albert H., Topeka : Photo portrait of donor, framed. 

Jamison, Capt. Jacob, Cherokee : Photo of Marquer, and grounds of donor, 
July 1, 1890. 

Johnson, Col. A. S., Topeka: Cabinet-size photo portrait of donor, 1888. 

Kamensky, Theodore, New York City, N. Y. : Photo of donor's sketch mod- 
els for the tympanum of the north and south pediments of the Kansas Cap- 
itol building; photo of donor's model of a statue of Ceres, for the dome of 
the Capitol. 

Kavanagh, M. Jos., publisher News, Blaine : Cabinet photo of donor. 

Knox, Rev. John D., Topeka: Photo view of the ruins of the great fire in 
Boston, Nov. 9 and 10, 1872. 

Lewis, D. W., Topeka: Photo of Sir Marcus Goodwillie, the largest and 
heaviest man in the world. 

Lockard, F. M., State Senator, Norton : Photo portrait of donor. 

McCoy, J. C, jr., Kansas City, Mo.: Cabinet photo of the late J. C. Mc- 
Coy, sr. 

McCray, D. O., Topeka: Cabinet photo of donor. 

McDowell, John S., Commissioner State Industrial Reformatory, Smith Cen- 
ter : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

McLeod, photographer, Atchison: Photo, view showing the devastation 
caused by the flood at Atchison, 1890. 

Manchester, Alfred, Providence, R. I. : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Martin, H. T., Topeka : Cabinet photo portraits of President Geo. T. Fairchild, 
and of T. P. Moore of Holton, A. P. Forsyth of Liberty, and Joshua 
Wheeler of Norton ville. Regents of State Agricultural College; of J. H. 
Franklin, Russell, Regent State Normal School, and J. S. McDowell, Smith 
Center, Director of State Penitentiary ; of 23 Senators and 148 members, 
officers and employes of the House of Representatives, 1889, and 8 of the 
Pages of the House and Senate. 



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Matherson, Miss Ida, New Cumberland, W. Va. : Steel-engraved portrait of 
Dr. H. D. McCarty. 

Morrill, E. N., Hiawatha: Life-size photo portrait of donor, 1889. 

Murphy, E. F., Goodland; member of the Legislature, 1889: Photo portrait 
of the donor. 

Otis, Alfred G., Atchison, Regent of the State University: Cabinet size of 
photo of donor. 

Parker, Rev. John D., Ft. Riley, Chaplain U. S. A. : Cabinet photo portrait 
of donor, 1888. 

Pautot, v., photographer, St. Marys : Photo, of the editors and publishers in 
Pottawatomie county, 1889. 

Peck, Geo. R., C. J. Brown, and others, members of the Topeka bar: Life- 
size oil-painting of Chief Justice A. H. Horton, neatly framed ; by Selden 
J. Woodman. 

Pond, Maj. James B., New York city, N. Y.: Statuette in clay of Henry 
Ward Beecher, by John Rodgers. 

Popenoe, F. O., Topeka: Photo portrait of the new Ingleside building, Topeka, 
erected in 1889. 

Prather, C. E., Topeka : Cabinet photo portrait of donor. 

Prentice, C. T. K., Lawrence : Photo of Martin F. Conway, taken during the 
time he was serving as U. S. Consul to Marseilles under appointment of 
President Lincoln. 

W. F. Johnson, H. W. Rolfe, B. F. Foster, Geo. W. Cable, and Geo. W. 
Smith, committee for colored people of Shawnee county : Life-size portrait 
of Hon. E. P. McCabe, State Auditor of Kansas, 1883-1886, by Miss Nina 
Peacock. 

Reader, Samuel J., Topeka: Two prohibition pictures, one representing 
"Thirsty Spook" soliloquizing; the other representing Satan and the 
Dragon petitioning for high license ; photographic copy of his painting of 
the " Battle of Big Blue " ; photo of " The Horse and the Neglected Bridge," 
(with fable in rhyme.) 

Riddle, J. R., Topeka : Negatives of Kansas and Colorado views and portraits, 
and groups of soldiers stationed at forts in Colorado, New Mexico, Ari- 
zona, etc., mostly unnamed. 

Robb, S. C, Ogallah : Cabinet photo of Forestry Committee of Kansas ; three 
views of Forestry Station at Ogallah, Kansas. 

Roberts, H. S., Manhattan: Engravings of the Riley county prize exhibit, 
Manhattan, July 31, 1889, as taken from Frank Leslie's illustrated news- 
paper of October 9, 1889. 

Root, F. A., Topeka: Scrap containing wood cut of Chicago in 1831. 

Ropes, Geo., Topeka: Sketch for south pediment of Kansas capitol build- 
ing, November, 1889, by donor; photo portrait of donor, cabinet size. 

Salter, Mrs. Susanna M., Argonia (mayor of Argonia, 1887): Cabinet photo 
of donor. 

Sixth Kansas Cavalry Veterans Association : Group of the survivors of the 



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Sixth Regiment Kansas Cavalry who attended the reunion at Fort Scott, 
Aug. 20-22, 1888. 

Sproat, Mrs. Kate, Topeka : Cabinet photo portrait of Capt. Lewis Stafford, 
after whom Stafford county is named. 

Stanley, T. A., Osawatomie: Engraving of the capture of Jefferson Davis, 
by the Union Army, 1865. 

Stearns, Mrs. Mary E., Medford, Mass. : Plaster bust of Capt. John Brown 
of Harper's Ferry ; also engraving of model of life-size statue of Capt. 
John Brown. 

Thomas, D. W., Topeka: Photo portrait of Kit Carson, card size. 

Unknown, Ft. Dodge, Kas. : Officers' quarters and barracks, 1888. 

Vandergrift, F. L., Atchison: Nearly life-size photo portrait of Edgar W. 
Howe, editor of the Atchison Globe. 

Ward, Mrs. Jennie M., Ottawa: Lithographic copy of commission of Gen. 
George Washington, to be General and Commander-in-Chief of the Army 
of the United Colonies, dated Philadelphia, June 19, 1775, and conferred 
by order of the Congress, John Hancock, President, Albert Chas. Thomp- 
son, Secretary. 

Wilder, D. W., Topeka: Cabinet photo portrait of donor; nearly life-size 
photo portrait of ex-Gov. John A. Martin ; photo portrait of Rev. William 
Henry .Channing, enlarged from daguerreotype, presented to donor by 
Mrs. Maria G. Porter, of Rochester, N. Y. ; photo copies of receipt given 
by James Redpath to Capt. P. B. Plumb for seventy-six Colt's revolvers, 
dated Topeka, Sept. 27, 1856; of letter of James Redpath to P. B. Plumb, 
dated Maiden, Kansas, April 7, 1859 ; of the commission of P. B. Plumb 
as superintendent of enrollment of the people of Kansas for the protection 
of the ballot-box, dated July 20, 1857, signed by James H. Lane; of per- 
mit addressed to Capt. D. B. Sackett, authorizing bearer to visit the treason 
prisoners. Gov. Robinson and others, at Lecompton, dated July 9, 1856, 
signed, Samuel J, Jones ; also photo of addresses of envelope ; photo copy 
of poem relating to the Herald of Freedom,, after the manner of "Who 
Killed Cock Robin ? " by Richard Realf ; of notice of appointment as Aid- 
de-Camp to the Major General of the Kansas Militia, under the act of Dec. 
16, 1857, signed by James H. Lane; of franked envelope addressed by Eli 
Thayer to P. B. Plumb, Emporia, Kansas ; portraits of F. D. Huntington, 
Prof Asa Gray, Phillips Brooks, Joseph Lovering, James Walker, Winfield 
Scott, and Henry Carey ; also engraved portraits of Tycho Brahe, Henricus 
Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, Nicholas Copernicus ; also of Lord 
Brougham, William Penn, Jacob Behmen, Geo. Withers, Robert Fludd, 
Joseph Justus Scalizer, William Lilly, Roger Bacon. 

AVinch, S. G., Wichita: Album of Wichita, Kansas, 1888. 

Wood, L. M., Denver, Col.: Original pencil-drawing of original design for 
portion of Senate Chamber, Kansas Capitol, Topeka, 1885, designed by 
donor. 



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DONORS OF SCRIP, COINS, AND MEDALS. 

Abbott, Maj. James B., De Soto: U. S. Nickel coin three cents, 1865. 

Adams, Miss Zii, Topeka: Canadian silver coin of five cents, 1874; U. S. 
silver dime, 1836. 

Barnes, Wm., Albany, N. Y.: 36 blank certificates of contributions to the 
fund for the relief of the Free-State citizens of Kansas, and the establish- 
ment of freedom in the Territory. 

Bradlee, Dr. C. D., Boston, Mass. : Whig medal of Harrison and VanBuren, 
campaign of 1837; Brazilian coin of 1869, "Petrus 2nd," "10 Rs." (10 
reals); Australian silver coin of the reign of Francis 1st, 1832. 

Glendening, Miss Stella, Oakland: Five-hundred-dollar Confederate note, 
dated Richmond, Va., Feb. 17, 1864. 

Higinbotham, William, Clay Center: Five-dollar bill Farmers' and Mer- 
chants' bank, Memphis, Tenn., March, 1852. 

Kelley, Mark J., Edmond: Silver coin of Denmark and Norway, 1620, reign 
of Christianus, 4th. 

Stanley, T. A., Osawatomie : Four certificates of shares in the Minneola Town 
Company, in favor of Turner Sampson, numbered 291, 292, 293, and 294, 
signed by J. K. Goodin, president, and O. A. Bassett, secretary, and dated 
April 7, 1858 ; warrant on the Treasurer of the Territory of Kansas for 
$220.75, dated June 6, 1859, in favor of Turner Sampson, signed by H. J. 
Strickler, Auditor, and issued under an act entitled "An act providing for 
the adjustment and payment of claims, approved Feb. 7, 1859 " ; promissory 
note of Turner Sampson of $40, payable to William R. Richardson, for the 
hire of a negro slave named Betty, dated Jan. 1st, 1849. 

Smith, Chester A., Yates Center: Certificate of stock, Meade Center Town 
Company, Meade county. No. 1490, to Paul Hahn, for $25, signed by 
Rev. Cyrus G. Allen, president, H. H. Rayon, secretary, dated July 20, 
1885. 

Weed, Geo. W., Topeka: Fac-simile $8, Continental currency, 1776. 

DONORS OF WAR RELICS. 

Adams, John W., Topeka: Piece of brick found in Charleston harbor after 
the bombardment of Ft. Sumter, by Colonel John Pratt, of Mass., who 
presented it to donor, then living in Rochester, N. Y. 

Barnes, Wm., Albany, N. Y. : One box of percussion caps for Sharps rifles 
furnished to emigrants to Kansas in 1855. 

Bailey, Judge, L. D., Garden City : Pike-head taken from one of the first 
battle-fields of the war by David G. Peabody, supposed to have belonged 
to a member of a Georgia regiment, armed with pikes in default of better 
weapons. The staff of the pike had been shot away, and a man was killed 
by the same ball that severed the stafl^. 

Davis, John, Junction City: Bullets, leather, and iron, picked up from the 
battle-fields of Seven Pines, east of Richmond, Va., by donor, November, 



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1888; marble from battle-field monument, New Orleans, January 8, 1815, 
(Chalmette,) Gen. Andrew Jackson in command. 

Driggs, Master Willie, Topeka: One-and-one-half-pound cannon ball picked 
up by donor in Kearney's Gap, a short distance northwest of Las Vegas, 
N. M. 

Edwards, J. W., Newton : Gun barrel and lock of Sharps rifle No. 68,520, 
picked up by donor on the battle-field of the Wilderness, Parker's store, 
Va., June, 1884, twenty years after the battle; bullet imbedded in oak 
board, labeled by donor, " This bullet was shot into an oak tree at the bat- 
tle of the Wilderness in 1864, from which the board was sawed in June, 
1884." Canteen with bullet-hole through lower part, picked up by donor 
on the battle-field of the Wilderness, June, 1884. 

Gove, Alonzo, Osawatomie : Canister shot found in Mine street, Osawatomie, 
a relic of the sacking of that place, August 30, 1856. 

Manhattan Lodge No. 17, I. O. O. F., Manhattan : Sword of Governor Nehe- 
miah Green, with a costly and elegantly engraved silver plate inscribed in 
the following words : " Sword carried during the War of the Rebellion, 
1861 to 1865, by Governor Nehemiah Green, fourth Governor of Kansas, 
and by him presented to Manhattan Lodge No. 17, I. O. O. F., Manhat- 
tan, Kansas, April 13, 1882." Presented by the Lodge to the State His- 
torical Society February 13, 1890. 

Millard, H. L., Sterling : Gavel of oak from a tree on the battle-field of Stone 
river, Tennessee, December 26, 1862, to January 3, 1863, with leaden bul- 
let imbedded, presented by W. E. Richey, of Wabaunsee county, to the 
Kansas House of Representatives, and accepted by that body February 
20, 1889. 

Montgomery, Mrs. James, Castle Rock, Wyoming: Knapsack belonging to 
Captain James Montgomery, and carried by him during the Kansas bor- 
der troubles. 

Phillips, W. W., Topeka ; Policeman's mace made from a piece of the origi- 
nal flooring of Libby Prison, Richmond, Va., procured by donor May 17, 
1889, while in the company of John W. Woodward, who had charge of 
the removal of Libby to Chicago. 

Wagner, F. X., Cimarron : A six-pounder cannon sight, found on the battle- 
field of Lexington, Mo. 

DONORS OF MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTIONS AND RELICS. 

Adams, F. G., Topeka: Five cards relative to the fifth annual convention of 
the National Editorial Association, 1889; twelve miscellaneous railroad 
folders ; memoriam badge and crape bow worn at the funeral services of 
ex-Go V. John A. Martin, by the State officers, October 2, 1889; National 
Editorial Association badges worn by the donor and Miss Harriet Adams 
at Minister Palmer's log cabin, Detroit, Mich., August 27, 1889 ; also badges 
worn by same at the fifth annual convention, Detroit, Mich., August 27-31, 



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1889 ; passes over the following roads of Kansas for the year 1888 : Union 
Pacific; Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Kansas City, Fort Scott & Gulf; 
Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska; and Missouri Pacific. 

Bailey, Judge L. D., Garden City : Flax spinning-wheel, given to the mother 
of donor, by his grandmother, at the time of the former's marriage. 

Barnes, William, Albany, N. Y.: Thirty-seven circulars of the New York 
State Kansas Committee of 1856, 1857; Forty-six blank emigrant certifi- 
cates and notices of committee meetings. 

Bates, Alanson H., Topeka: Bullseye watch, once the property of Capt. 
Nathaniel Hunt, who was born in Seekonk, Bristol county, Mass., De- 
cember 3, 1758, died February 5, 1832, the great-grandfather of donor. 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Chinese card with words in Chinese, 
" Los Angeles, Canton." 

Branch, V. H., Secretary, Cawker City : Posters and complimentary invita- 
tion Cawker City District Fair, 1889. 

Brown, John, Arkalon : Petrified bone supposed to be from the leg of mas- 
todon, found by donor. 

Campbell, E. F., Secretary, Mound City : Poster, &c., of Linn County Fair 
Association, 1890. 

Campbell, W. P., Wamego : " Corene," cast of the four-act drama by donor. 

Canfield, James H. Lawrence: Membership badge presented to members of 
the National Educational Association, by the city of Oakland, Cal., on the 
occasion of meeting of the Association at San Francisco, July 1, 1889. 

Clark, S. H., Clyde, N. Y.: Broadside entitled the ''Bonnie Blue Flag," and 
reply to same, war songs, 1862. 

Cone, W. W., Topeka: Badge worn by Ed. Gillis, of Rochester, N. Y., at 
the meeting of the Supreme Legion of the A. O. U. W., of the world, held 
at Topeka, October, 1885. 

Coney, P. H., and Martin J. Cuff, Topeka : Banner of the Irish- American 
Republican League of Kansas, made in June, 1884, and swung across 
Kansas avenue, Topeka, in national campaigns of 1884 and 1888. 

Corgan, John N., McPherson : Obituary card of Chas. Williams, who was 
buried at Llanwenarth church, Abergavany, Wales, March- 26, 1882. 

Crane, Geo. W., Topeka : Invitation and program to reception and inaugural 
ball, January 14, 1888; remnant of the staff of the embroidered silk flag 
presented by Gov. Thomas A. Osborn to the members of the Republican 
party of Shawnee county, Kas., in recognition of their zeal in having se- 
cured a larger Republican majority than any other Kansas county at the 
Presidential and State elections, November 6, 1888. 

Davis, John, Junction City: Fragment of bone from sand of Republican 
river ; pyrites of iron from Trego county ; also Dakota sandstone from same 
county, containing impression of a fossil leaf; gypsum, white crystals, from 
Saline county, red and white mixed from a twenty-foot well in Davis 
county ; chalk used as building stone from Graham county ; bone and tooth 




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■from Republican river, Davis county; lead ore from Cherokee county; 
natural lime, to be used with or without burning, from Graham county ; 
conglomerate of fossil shells and clay, Davis county; fragment of wood 
iken in 1880 from the belfry of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, from 
ibove where the bell hung; marble from capstone of Washington monu- 
lent, D. C, picked up by Mrs. Maj. Powell, when the workmen were cut- 
;ing the stone ; iron hatchet plowed up by Geo. A. Taylor in bottom land 
)f Smoky Hill, Davis county; remains of Mound-Builders, taken from 
mound on a farm formerly owned by donor, three miles northwest of 
unction City; thirty-nine fragments of pottery; nine arrow-heads; one 
jar-head ; one large scraper ; twenty-seven fragments of flint implements ; 
>rty-six fragments of human bones ; fifty human teeth ; fragment of cot- 
>nwood bark, taken from a tree in Davis county, Feb. 21, 1888, by J. A. 
imith (the circumference of tree at base being twenty-four feet, diameter 
>f stump, 6-8 feet ; making about 25 cords of 16-inch wood) ; scales found 
earth near a Southern negro's cabin, and supposed to have been brought 
■with him from the South as a charm. They are probably scales of an alli- 
gator. 

Davis, AVilliam, Gognac : Aboriginal Anlace steel dagger or arrow-head found 
by donor on his farm in Stanton county ; paleontological specimen found by 
donor 40 feet below the surface while digging a well on his farm. 
Filiey, C. E., Secretary, Burlingame: Poster of the Osage County Fair As- 
sociation, 1889. 
Fox, William Henry Harrison, Auburn : Cane of Henry Fox, given to him 
by a friend who had made it ; the stick of English hawthorn, and the knob 
from a fragment of marble broken from a mantel in Jefferson Davis's 
country residence near Vicksburg, Miss., during the late war. 
Frazier, W. T., Salina: Piece of stone from sea wall at St. Augustine, Fla. ; 
cap to holy water fount in old cathedral at St. Augustine, Fla. ; piece of 
stone from the wall of the old Catholic cathedral, at St. Augustine, Fla. ; 
shells picked up on sea when at Trujillo, Honduras, Central America; 
acorns picked in the cemetery at Anderson ville ; a stone from wall of the 
oldest house in America, located at St. Augustine, Fla. ; rock-salt mineral 
from Louisiana ; cassava, or Indian bread, from Honduras, Central America, 
made from the root of a plant, baked in the sun ; piece of rock from the 
prison wall in old Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla., the place where pris- 
oners of war were confined ; stone from walls of burial vault in dungeon 
of Fort Marion ; piece of stone from the old city gate of Fort Marion ; 
stone from tower of old Fort Marion ; piece of brick from Jackson's monu- 
ment, battle-field of New Orleans. 
Gleed, C. S., Topeka: Tobacco pouch made of the complete skin of a yellow 
house cat, captured from an emigrant train by the Cheyenne Indians, in 
western Kansas, in the raid of September, 1878. 
Goodwin, John, Secretary, Dodge City : Poster, Ford County Agricultural 
Association, 1889. 



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Graves, A. R., Secretary, Troy: Card of invitation and posters, Doniphan 

County Fair Association, 1889. 
Gove, J. L., Secretary, Mound City : Poster, cards and complimentary invi- 
tation, Linn County Fair Association, 1889. 
Hale, Geo. D., Topeka: Tissue ballot, Charleston, S. C, election of 1876. 
Hall & O'Donald, Topeka: Roster of State, judicial, and county officers, 

two copies. 
Hayden, Sidney, Holton: Fac-simile of charter granted by Charles II to 

William Penn, for the province of Pennsylvania. 
Heatley, W. H., Topeka: Specimen of iron ore found near Richmond, Va. ; 

also Indian whetstone, found near Warwick, Chesterfield county, Va. 
Hosington, P. M., Secretary, Newton : Five posters of the Harvey County 

Fair Association, 1889; also complimentary invitations to same. 
Husted Investment Co., Kansas City, Kas.: Business cards and calendars 

issued by, 1889 and 1890. 
Jennings, T. B., Topeka: Twenty-six Kansas weather-crop bulletins, with 

rain chart. 
Jerome, Frank E. : G. A. R. badge given to donor as author of the John 

Brown song by comrades at campfire at Beloit, returning from reunion at 

Cawker City, June 1, 1888. The badge is attached to a grasshopper pin, 

and has a brazen sunflower suspended from it. 
Jordan, William, Alma: Piece of box in which Sharps rifles were shipped 

to Kansas by Gen. Geo. W. Deitzler, in 1855. 
Kenea & Lane, LaCygne: Republican ticket voted in every township in 

Linn county, November 6, 1888. 
Kenneday, W. J., Secretary, Winfield: Poster of the Cowley County Fair 

and Driving Park Association, 1890. 
Lasher, Esmeralda, Topeka : Piece of gold ore picked up from Canadian 

gold mines by Jacob H. Moore, 1867. 
Latimer, J. W., Secretary, Pleasanton : Poster, etc., of the Pleasanton Fair 

Association, 1889. 
Lewis, D. W., Topeka : Piece of fresco taken from one of the ruined pillars 

in front of Hamilton county court house, Cincinnati, Ohio, immediately 

after the fire of 1884, memorial of the great riot; piece of cinder from the 

great Chicago fire, 1871. 
Lindas, H. E., Pawnee Rock : Pyramid of marble from Sun City, Barber 

county, Kansas. 
Losch, William, Topeka : Card photo representation of statues erected at 

Geneva, Switzerland, 1869, in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary 

of the Union of the Canton of Geneva with the Swiss Confederation ; also, 

badge pin used on the occasion of the celebration of the erection of the 

statues, September 20 to 23, 1869. The Union was effected in 1864, but 

the statues were not completed until 1869, when the celebration was had. 
McTaggart, D., Liberty : Broadside, supplement to the Cherryvale Repuhli- 

can, Friday, March 17, 1890. 




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Manchester, Rev. Alfred, Providence, R. I.: Program of the Centennial 
Anniversary Club of Providence (R. I.) Association of Mechanics and 
Manufacturers, February 27, 1889. 

May, Enoch, East Farmington : Rude flint arrow-head picked up on the old 
Caleb May farm, October 4, 1890, by donor, who still lives on the old 
homestead. 

Miller, Sol., Troy : Piece of wood cut from the limb of a beech tree in Wash- 
ington county. East Tenn., June 8, 1890, by John B. Zimmerman, of Troy, 
Kas. ; the tree bearing the inscription now plainly visible, " Daniel Boone 
cild barr, this tree, October, 1767;" oaken mallet made from a rib of the 
U. S. war ship Constitution, "Old Ironsides," by Denton McCoy, an old- 
time ship carpenter employed in the Washington Navy Yard; presented 
to donor by Arthur Jaques, who requested him to present it to the Kansas 
State Historical Society, for preservation. 

Moon, E. G., Secretary, Topeka: Posters of the Kansas State Fair Associa- 
tion, 1889. 

Nevins, J. M., Secretary, Independence: Poster and program of the Moiit- 
gomery County Agricultural Society, 1889. 

Payne, Geo. B,, North Topeka: Hornet's nest from Green river, Butler 
county, Ky., 1884. 

Pickering, L. M., Secretary, Columbus : Posters, Cherokee County Breeders' 
Association, 1889; also card of invitation to same. 

St. John, E., General Manager, Chicago, 111. : Calendar issued by the Great 
Rock Island Route. 

Scott, G. W., Secretary, Edgerton: Premium lists, handbills, streamers, 
posters, and premium tags of Johnson County Fair Association, 1889, 1890. 

Sharrai, Napoleon, Topeka: Whale's tooth, "said to be," deposited by donor 
September, 1890; has been in possession of his family fourteen years. The 
portrait engraved on it is supposed to be that of Commodore Perry. 

Sheldon, Rev. Chas. M., Topeka: Dedicatory hymn. Central Congregational 
church, July 21, 1889, card. 

Sheldon, E. M., secretary, Ottawa: Posters of the Franklin County Agri- 
cultural Society, 1890. 

Singleton, Benjamin, Kansas City, Mo.: Scrap-book of donor, the originator 
of the negro exodus to Kansas, containing much information relative to 
the emigration, 1878. 

Sixth Kansas Cavalry Veteran Association : Program of the reunion of the 
regiment at Junction City, September 11-13, 1889. 

Stacey, A. G., Topeka: A piece of stone chipped from the ancient castle of 
Heidelberg, Germany, built in the twelfth century, and destroyed by fire 
in 1764. 

Stanley, T. A., Osawatomie: Broadside, entitled "A Pilgrimage Song," by 
Martha A. Burdick. 

Stark, J. J., La Cygne : Fragment of coffin in which one of the victims of the 
Hamilton raid. May 19, 1858, was buried. 



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Stewart, C. H., secretary, Seneca : Posters, cards, Nemaha County Fair Asso- 
ciation, 1889. 

Smith, Wm. F., Kiowa: Circular letter of Baracklow Post, No. 384, G. A. R., 
Kiowa, August 1st, 1890, relating to a reunion of old soldiers, to be held 
at Kiowa, October 6-8, 1890. 

Walker, A. D., Holton: County seal of Calhoun county, Kansas Territory, 
upon which is an engraving representing a negro in the act of chopping 
down a pine tree, and cattle and a log cabin in the distance, encircled 
by the words, "County Court, Calhoun County, Kansas Territory." 

Walz, F. J., Leavenworth: Meteorological summary, station for Leavenworth, 
ten in all. 

Weed, Geo. W., Topeka: Five cards of admission to U. S. House of Repre- 
sentatives during the counting of the vote for President and Vice-President, 
Electoral Commission "8-7," February, 1877, Feb. 21, 22, 23, 24, and 26; 
badge of donor when on Governor's staff, Kansas State Militia National 
Drill, Washington, D. C, May 23 to 30, 1887; admission ticket closing 
ceremonies of National International Exhibition, Philadelphia, Pa., 1876; 
Kansas badge, Garfield Monument Fair, Washington, D. C, 1882 ; also, 
admission and membership tickets to the same. 

Weston, J. A., Secretary, Frankfort: Poster of Frankfort Fair Association, 
1890. 

Whittemore, L. D., Topeka: Program sixth annual meeting Academy of 
Language, Literature and Art, Topeka, Nov. 29, 30, 1889. 

Wight, Rezin, New York City, N. Y. : Blank Confederate tax-roll, under 
the act of February 17, 1864. 

Wood, L. M., Denver, Colo. : Beer mug taken from the beer garden of John 
Walruff, in Lawrence, Kansas, 1881, by donor. 

Yuran, Jason, Blue Rapids: Delegate and press badges of the Interstate 
Deep-Harbor Convention, held at Topeka Oct. 1, 1889. 

DONORS OF SINGLE NEWSPAPERS. 

Anderson, J. W. D., Elk City : Copy of Japanese old newspaper. 

Baker, C. C, Topeka: Copy of the San Francisco Chronicle, vol. 51, June 22, 

1890; copy of the Credit Foncier, of Sinaloa, Topolobampo, Sinaloa, 

Mexico, vol. 4, No. 45, July 15, 1890. 
Ball, Volney, Beverley : Fac-simile copy of the Boston Gazette, and County 

Journal, March 12, 1770. 
Becker, O. M., Norton: The Normal-Insti-Tooter, August, 1888, and August, 

1889. 
Beers, Dr. Geo. L., Topeka : Copy of the New York Independent, September 

5, 1889. 
Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass. : Copy of the Dorchester Beacon, October 

12, 1889; copy of the Southern Letter, Tuskogee, Ala., October, 1889; 

copy of the Southern Letter, Tuskogee, Ala., vol. 7, No. 2, February, 1890 ; 

copy of the Union, Boston, November, 1889; copy of the Sounding-Board, 



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Quincy, Mass., vol. 1, No. 2, February 27, 1889 ; copy of the Mountain Echo, 

Delaware Water Gap, Pa., July 27, 1889, July 19, 1890 ; copy of the Boston 

Budget, Mass., July 20, 1890; also copy of the Mountain Echo, Delaware 

Water Gap, Pa. 
Brown, Orville C, Adams, N. Y. : Copy of Jefferson County Journal, Adams, 

N. Y., November 4, 1890, containing obituary notice of Horace Brown, 

with poem written by donor. 
Burnell, Rev. A. T., Eureka: Copy of the Academy Student, Eureka, vol. 

2, No. 4, November 8, 1889. 
Campbell, W. P., Wamego: Copy of the Kansas Reporter, November 9, 

1888, containing account of "Harrison's election." 

Chapman, J. B., Fort Scott : Copy of the Fort Scott Daily Tribune, January, 

1889, New Year's edition. 

Clark, Sylvester H., Clyde, N. Y. : Copy of the Grin and Bear It, Septem- 
ber 27, 1884. 

Clinton, C. W., Salina: Copy of the Sentinel, containing prospectus of col- 
lege work, St. John's School, Salina. 

Coburn, F. D., Kansas City : Copy of the Kansas City Daily Gazette, Jan- 
uary 11, 1889, containing "The Story of the Great State of Kansas;" 
copy of the Daily Graphic, New York, November 27, 1883, containing 
illustrations and description of Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, 
Missouri. 
^Crawford, Gov. Geo. A., Grand Junction, Colo. : Copy of the Daily News, 
Denver, March 23, 1890, containing historic sketch of Grand Junction, 
Colorado. 

Darling, Gen. C. W., Utica, N. Y.: Copy of the Home Journal, N. Y., Au- 
gust 20, 1890, containing "The Lost Ten Tribes," by donor; copy of the 
Saturday Globe, Utica, December 15, 1888, containing portrait and bio- 
graphical sketch of donor ; copy of the Seattle Times, Washington Terri- 
tory, January 28, 1889, containing matter relative to name of Washington 
Territory. 

Dedham Historical Society, Dedham, Mass.: Copy of the Dedham Tran- 
script, September 1, 1888, giving ancestry of Chief Justice Fuller, by D. G. 
Hill; the Dedham Transcript, September 28, 1886, containing proceedings 
of the 250th anniversary of the incorporation of the town of Dedham; 
Dedham Standard, September 21, 1886, special anniversary number. 

Drake, J. F., Emporia: Journal of the Kansas State Sunday School Asso- 
ciation, January 1, 1883, April, 1884, October, 1884 and 1885, July, 1887 
containing minutes of the Association. 

Elliott, H. S., Tallahassee, Fla.: The Monthly Bulletin, Tallahassee, Fla., 
vol. 1, Nos. 1-7, 1889, 1890. 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan : Copy of the Manhattan Homestead, March, 1889. 

Frazier, W. T., Salina: Copy of the Daily Picayune, New Orleans, Febru- 
ary 17, 1885; three copies of the Mascot, New Orleans, January 31, Feb- 



50 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 

ruary 6, 14, 1885; carnival edition of the Times-Democrat, Mardi Gras 
eve, New Orleans, February 16, 17, 1885; The Naturalist in Florida, St. 
Augustine, vol. 1, No. 3, 1885, tourist edition. 

Friend, J. C, 2^ublisher, Kawlins, Wyoming: Copy of Carbon County 
Journal, May 11, 1889, containing illustrated description of the county 
and State. 

Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan: Herald of Freedom, Lawrence, 122 scat- 
tering numbers, 1855-1859; Garden City Sentinel, 1887, 28 numbers con- 
taining historical sketches by Judge L. D. Bailey ; Conference edition 
Lawrence Daily Tribune, March 6-12, 1889, 6 numbers; Frank Leslie's 
Illustrated Newspaper, N. Y., 62 scattering numbers in 1859, '61, '62, '64, 
'65; Gleason's Pictorial, N. Y., 13 scattering numbers, 1852-54; Illus- 
trated Weekly, 1876, 10 numbers. Harper's Weekly, N. Y., 39 scattering 
numbers, 1864, 1865; The Christian Citizen, 24 numbers in 1888 and 
1889; Ballou's Pictorical, Boston, January 10, 1857, containing illustrated 
description of Lynn, Mass. ; 26 miscellaneous newspapers. 

Graham, Prof. I. D., Manhattan : Copy of the Industrialist, Manhattan, May 
25, 1889, containing historical sketch of State Agricultural College, 9 
copies; two copies of the Industrialist, June 8, 1889, containing history, 
endowments, objects, course of study, etc., of Kansas Agricultural College, 
by Prof. J. D. Walters ; Kansas Printers' Specimen Extra, The Industrial- 
ist, June 8, 1889, by J. S. C. Thompson. 

Green, Dr. Samuel A., Boston, Mass.: The Centennial, Philadelphia, 1873, 
and February, 1874, April and May, 1874; copy of the New York Herald, 
April 19, 1875, containing "Journalism in 1875;" fac-similes of the ac- 
counts of the battle of Lexington, etc. 

Hale, George D., Topeka : The Mail and Express, New York, April 29, 30, 
1889; The Sun, New York, May 2, 1889; New York Times, April 30 and 
May 1, 1889, and part of New York World, April 30, 1889, containing 
account of Centennial of Washington's Inauguration, April 30, 1889. 

Harrington, Rev. M. O., Topeka: Two copies of the Christian Express, 
July 2, 1883, and September 1, 1885. 

Howe, E. W., Atchison: Copy of the Grasshopper, vol. 1, No. 1, published 
at Grasshopper Falls, (Valley Falls,) June 12, 1858, S. Ward Smith, pub- 
lisher; J. A. Cody, editor and proprietor; H. Rees Whiting, associate 
editor. 

Lescher, T. H., Topeka: Copy of the Easton Weekly Argus, Easton, Pa., 
May 9, 1890, also copy of the Daily Argus, May 5, 1890, containing 
Easton Centennial celebration — 1790 to 1890. 

Lubers, H. L., Las Animas, Colo. : Copy of the Bent County Democrat, Las 
Animas, Colo., December 29, 1888, illustrated holiday number, containing 
description of Bent county. 

Lykins, William H. R., Kansas City, Mo. : Copy of Herald of Freedom, 
October 30, 1858, containing article by donor, relating to railroads in Kan- 



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sas; copy of Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colo., October 5, 

1864. 
Manchester, Alfred, Providence, R. I. : Copy of the Providence Daily Jour- 
nal, September 29, 1890, with supplement containing proceedings of the 

Slater Cotton Centennial Convention held at Pawtucket, R. I., September, 

1890. 
McCammon, E. JE., Secretary, St. Joseph, Mo. : Copy of the St. Joseph Daily 

Gazette, January 1, 1889, annual trade edition. 
Newlon, W. S., Oswego : Copy of the Oswego Graphic, vol. 1, No. 4, February, 

1882. 
Parker, Rev. R. D., Manhattan : Copy of the Kansas Telephone, Manhattan, 

January, 1889, containing biographical sketch of Mrs. Mary Parker. 
Perine, Mrs. Mary E., Oakland: Three copies of the Japan Daily Mail, 

Yokohama, October 21, 23, 24, 1889; copy of the Temperance Union, 

October 4, 1888, in English, market reports only in Chinese. 
Pillsbury & Ellsworth, Tulare, Cal.: Copy of the Weekly Tulare Register, 

December 28, 1888. 
Pond, Chester E., Topeka: Copy of the Western School Journal, Topeka, 

vol. 4, No. 12, November, 1888. 
Pool, T. W., New Orleans, La. : Bulletin of the Louisiana Commissioner of 

Immigration. 
Popenoe, Fred O., Topeka: Student's Journal, N. Y., March, 1874, and July, 

1876. 
Pratt, Rev. John G., Maywood : Copy of the Weekly Southern Democrat, 

June 30, 1855, Parkville, Mo., containing item referring to donor. 
Reading Circle Association, Chicago, 111. : Copy of the Union Reading Circle 

and Office Visitor, December 15, 1888. 
Reilley, A., editor, San Francisco, Cal. : Pacific Coast Commercial Record, 

September and December, 1887, February, June, August and November, 

1888, containing matter relating to the commercial, financial, manufactur- 
ing, and natural resources of California. 

Rice, John H. & Son, Fort Scott: Two copies of the Fort Scott Monitor, 

New Year's edition, January 1, 1889. 
Roe, A. S., Worcester, Mass.: Three copies of the Old Guard, Worcester, 

Mass., February 5, 6, 7, 1889, published in connection with the G. A. R. 

Fair, under auspices of George H. Ward Post. 
Rolfe, H. W., editor, Topeka: Copy of the American Citizen, February 1, 

1889, containing portrait and biographical sketch of Hon. Albert Fairfax, 
member of the Legislature from Chautauqua county, 1889. 

Root, F. A., North Topeka : Copy of the Hoof and Horn, Prescott, Arizona, 
August 11, 1887; copy of the Primitive Catholic, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep- 
tember 29, 1888; Topeka Argus, May 18, 1888; two newspapers. 

Rudisill, L. A., Topeka: Copy of the Kansas Siftings, Topeka, vol. 3, No. 4, 
May 22, 1890, containing program,' etc., of the Kansas Chautauqua Assem- 



52 State histobical Society. 

bly; copy of the Kansas Church Tidings, Topeka, vol. 2, No. 4, May 19, 
1890, containing program, etc., of the Kansas Chautauqua Assembly, June 
24 to July 24, 1890. 

Scott, G. W., Edgerton : Two copies of the Fair Journal, Edgerton, contain- 
ing premium list, rules and regulations, sixth annual fair of the Johnson 
County Fair Association, September 11-13, 1889. 

Sheldon, Alvah, El Dorado: Copy of the Daily Citizen, Vicksburg, Miss., 
July 2, 1863. 

Speer, John, Sherlock: The Lawrence Republican, Lawrence, October 25, 
1860, April 4, 1861, July 10, 1862, three newspapers; Kansas Free-State, 
Lawrence, January 3 and 31, February 14 and 24, April 14, May 7, June 
4 and 18, and July 2 and 16, 1855; and October 31, 1857; Herald of 
Freedom, Lawrence, February 3, 1855; January 12, 1856; Kansas Trib- 
une, January 24, February 21, and March 14, 1855; October 3, 1863, and 
July 14, 1855. [Conditional deposit. See donors of newspaper files.] 

Stebbins, H. P., Yell wood, Fla.: Six newspapers, published at Apopka, 
Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando, March, April, June, August, 1890. 

Stonebraker, S. A., Black Jack : Copy of the Freeman's Champion, Prairie 
City, Kas., vol. 1, August 27, 1857. 

Striker, William, Great Bend: Copy of the Normal Quarterly, vol. 1, No. 
2, January 1889. 

"True Blue," Pittsburg: Copy of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, November 
5, 1888, inciting St. Louis voters to support David G. Francis for Gov- 
ernor. 

Unknown: Copy of the Coast Commercial Herald, San Francisco, Cal., 
March, 1888; copy of the Philadelphia Press, November 2, 1889, contain- 
ing sketch of John Brown's early days. Senator Delamater's (of Crawford 
county, Pa.) connection with old Osawatomie's family ; copy of the Massa- 
chusetts Spy, Worcester, August 20, 1823. 

Vermont, Ed. V., New York City, N. Y. : Copy of Illustrated Journal of 
Useful Inventions, vol. 1, No. 3, July, 1889. 

Weed, G. W., Topeka: Fac-simile copy of the Philadelphia Public Ledger, 
vol. 1, No. 1, March 25, 1836. 

White, H. F., Topeka: Copy of the American, New York, May 15, 1819. 

Wilder, D. W., Topeka : Copy of Canterbury Press, and Kent County News, 
July 26, 1890, England; also copy of the Times, London, England, July 
28, 1890; copy of the Centennial, N. Y., No. 3, July, 1857; the Rochester 
Campus, vol. 5, No. 3, December, 1877; the Wichita Daily Eagle, Wich- 
ita, January 12, 1890, containing "The Journey of Alvar Nunez Cabega 
de Vaca," address of Senator Moody on that subject, criticised by J. P. 
Jones. 

Winterbourne, Rev. Geo., editor, Horton : Copy of Horton Headlight, (con- 
ference extra edition,) March 8, 1890, containing conference proceedings of 
the First M. E. Church. 



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Zinn, L. W., Hutchinson: Copy of the Educator, Hutchinson, February 15, 

■1889, vol. 1, No. 1. 
DONORS OF NEWSPAPER FILES. 
The following is a list of newspaper files and volumes of periodicals donated, 
other than those received in current issues : 
Baker, Dr. William S., Topeka: File of the New York Semi-AVeekly Tribune, 

Jan. 3 to Dec. 28, 1888. 
Baker, F. P., Topeka: Bound files of the New York American, Jan. 1, 1830, 

to July 31, 1835, vol. 9-16. 
Beers, G. L., Topeka: The Christian Union, July 7, 1887, to May 30, 1889 ; 

The Independent, New York, July 7, 1887, to May 30, 1889; file of the 

Independent, New York, June 6 to Sept. 12, 1889 ; The Christian Union, 

June 6 to Sept. 12, 1889. 
Bradlce, Rev. C. D., Boston, Ma^ss.: Files of the Evening Gazette from Jan. 

8, 1888, to Nov. 18, 1890. 
Buckingham, Henry, Lawrence: Files of the Republican Valley Empire, 

Clyde and Concordia, from May 31, 1870, to Nov. 23, 1872. 
George, Rev. A. P., Cimarron : File of Our Methodist, Dodge City, 1888 to 

1889. 
Goodnow, Isaac T., Manhattan : Files of the Whim-Whana, Topeka, Oct. 9, 

1880, vol. 1, No. 1, to Oct. 9, 1881, except No. 14, vol. 2, Nov. 2, 1881, 
(and daily, Sept. 17-19, and Oct. 18, 1881 ) ; the National Tribune, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1886, 1887, and 1888; file of the American Phrenological 
Journal, N. Y., 1864; Emery's Journal of Agriculture, July 1, 1858, to 
Dec. 16, 1858 ; Gazette and Courier, May 28, 1888, to March 30, 1889 ; files 
of the Oxford Observer, Norway, Maine, 1829. 

Kansas Board of Railroad Commissioners, Topeka : Northwestern Railroader, 
incomplete file, Jan. 4, 1888, to June 14, 1889. 

Mead, J. R., Wichita: Files of the Wichita Weekly Eagle, April 12, 1872, 
No. 1, vol. 1, to March 28, 1878, except from April 10, 1873, to April 9, 
1874. 

Mendum, J. P., Boston, Mass. : Files of the Boston Investigator, April 27, 
1859, to April 29, 1863, vols. 29-32; April 29, 1874, to April 21, 1875, 
vol. 44; April 25, 1877, to April 11, 1883, vols. 47-52; April 15, 1885, to 
April 3, 1889, vols. 55-58. 

Maloy, John, Council Grove: File of the Council Grove Democrat, to De- 
cember, 1886; partial files of the Kansas Press, Cottonwood Falls and 
Council Grove, 1859, 1860, 1861, 1863, and 1864. 

Moore, R. R., Topeka: File of Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector, 
Philadelphia, Pa., March to December, 1889, January, 1890. 

Popenoe, F. O., Topeka: Files of the Student's Journal, New York, 1878- . 

1881, four volumes. 

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Roustadt, J. D., Ellinwood: Files of the Rural Register, vols. 1 and 2, July 1, 
1859, to June 1, 1861. 

Speer, John, Sherlock : Bound files of the New Orleans Weekly Picayune, 
1841, 1842, 1843, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1847; the Daily Enquirer, Jefferson 
City, Mo., December 19, 1850, to March 2, 1851 ; the Kansas Daily Tribune, 

, Lawrence, from November 29, 1863, to February 3, 1871. [C-onditional 
deposit. See donors of single newspapers.] 

Winterbourne, Rev. Geo., Wamego : File of Conference Daily, Kansas Con- 
ference M. E. Church, Topeka, March 14 to March 21, 1888; file of the 
Lawrence Evening Tribune, conference edition, Kansas Conference, Law- 
rence, March 6 to 13, 1889. 

Zinn, L. W., Hutchinson : File of the Western Business College and Normal 
School Journal, Hutchinson, 1888 and 1889. 

BOUND NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

The following is a statement of bound newspaper files and bound volumes 
of periodicals in the library of the Society, November 18, 1890, including 
the volumes which become complete December 31, 1890, numbering 10,143 
volumes; of which 7,472 are of Kansas, and 2,671 are of other States and 
countries, and of Avhich 2,153 have been added during the two years covered 
by this report. (Volumes not otherwise described are of weekly newspapers.) 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS. 



Newspapers. 




ALLEN COUNTY. 

lola Register .. 

Allen County Independent, lola 

Allen County Courant, lola 

Allen- County Democrat, lola 

Democrat-Courant, lola 

The Farmers' Friend, lola 

Humboldt Union 

Inter-State, Humboldt 

Independent Press, Humboldt 

The Humboldt Herald 

The Rural Kansan, Humboldt 

Moran Herald 

ANDEKSON COUNTY. 

Garnett Weekly Journal 

Garnett Plaindealer '. 

Anderson County Republican, Garnett 

Republican-Plaindealer, Garnett 

Anderson County Democrat, Garnett 

Garnett Eagle 

The Greeley Tribune 

The Greeley News 

The Colony Free Press 

Westphalia Times 

Kincaid Kronicle, (April, 1888, to September, 1889, lacking,) . . 
The Kincaid Dispatch 

ATCHISON COUNTY. 

Squatter Sovereign, Atchison 

Freedom's Champion, (1861 lacking, ) Atchison 

Atchison Daily Free Press 

Atchison Weekly Free Press, (four files each of 1866 and 1867,) 

Champion and Press (weekly), Atchison 

Atchison Daily Champion 



1873-1890 


18 


1879.1880 


1 


1884-1888 


5 


1886-1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1890 


1 


1876-1890 


15 


1878-1888 


9 


1882 


1 


1887-1890 


3 


1873,1874 


1 


1885-1890 


5 


1876-1890 


15 


1876-18JB4 


9 


1883,1884 


1 


1884-1890 


7 


1885-1887 


2 


1886-1890 


4 


1880,1881 


1 


1881-1890 


9 


1882-1890 


9 


18a5-1890 


5 


1886-1890 


4 


1888-1890 


3 


1856.1857 


1 


1857-1863 


4 


1865-1868 


7 


1866-1868 


3 


1868-]873 


4 


1876-1890 


27 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



I Newspapers. 
ATCHISON COUNTY — Concluded. 
jiison Weekly Champion, ( lacking from 1878-1885,) 

Kansas Zeitung, Atclilson, (duplicates of vol. 1, ) 

Atchison Union, ( broken flies, ) . . . , 

Atchison Patriot (daily), (from July, 1876, to July, 1879, lacking,) 

Atchison Patriot (weekly ) 

Atchison Courier 

Atchison Globe (daily) 

Atchisonian, Atchison 

Atchison Banner .' 

The New West, Atchison 

The Sunday Morning Call, Atchison 

Atchison Telegraph 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Atchison 

Atchison .Journal (daily) 

Western Mercury, Atchison . . . , 

Atchison Sunday Morning Sermon 

The Western Recorder, Atchison 

The Trades-Union, Atchison 

The Atchison Times 

Messachorean (monthly), Atchison 

The Prairie Press, Lancaster 

Muscotah Record, (missing from August, 1886, to January, 1887,). 

The Effingham Times 

Huron Graphic 

BABBER COUNTY. 

Barber County Mail, Medicine Lodge 

Medicine Lodge Cresset 

Barber Coiinty Index, Medicine Lodge 

Medicine Lodge Chief. 

Hazelton Express .;.... 

The Kiowa Herald, New Kiowa 

The Kiowa Journal 

Sharon News 

The Union, Sun City 

The Minn Clarion 

Kansas Prairie Dog, Lake City 

The Lake City Bee 

BARTON COUNTY. 

Great Bend Register 

Inland Tribune, Great Bend 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Great Bend 

Kansas Volksfreund, Great Bend 

Barton County Democrat, Great Bend 

Daily Graphic, Great Bend 

The EUinwood Express 

The EUinwood Advocate 

Pawnee Rock Leader 

The Echo, Hoisington 

Hoisington Dispatch 

Claflin Gazette .' . . 

BOURBON COUNTY. 

Fort Scott Daily Monitor 

Fort Scott Weekly Monitor (1870-1876 lacking) 

Fort Scott Pioneer 

Camp's Emigrants' Guide, Fort Scott 

New Century, Fort Scott 

Fort Scott Herald 

Republican-Record, Fort Scott 

Herald and Record, Fort Scott 

Evening Herald, daily, Fort Scott 

Medical Index, monthly. Fort Scott 

The Banner, Fort Scott 

Fort Scott Daily Tribune 

Fort Scott Weekly Tribune 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Fort Scott 

The Fort Scott Union 

The Sunday Call, Fort Scott 

. The Spectator, Fort Scott 

Bronson Pilot 

The Fulton Independent 

The Telephone, Uniontown 

The Garland Gleaner 

The Telephone, Mapleton 

Mapleton Dispatch 



1873-1890 
1857,1858 
1859-1861 
1876-1890 
1874-1890 
1876-1879 
1878-1890 

1877 
1878,1879 
1878-1880 
1882,1883 

1882 
1881-1885 
1881,1882 
1884-1886 

1884 

1884 
1885,1886 
1888-1890 



1878,1879 
1879-1890 
1881-1890 
1886-1888 
1884-1890 
1884-1890 



1884-1888 
1885-1887 



1876-1890 
1876-1890 

1877-1882 
1878.1879 
1886-1890 
1887,1888 
1878-1888 
1888-1890 
1886-1890 
1887-1889 



1867-1890 
1876-1878 

1877 
1877,1878 
1878-1882 
1879-1882 
1882-1884 
1882-1885 
1881-1884 
1882-1884 
1884-1890 
1884-1890 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 

1889 

1890 
1884-1890 
1884-1890 
1885-1888 
1886.1887 

1889 
1889,1890 



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Newspapers. 




BROWN COUNTY. 

Hiawatha Dispatch 

The Hiawatha World 

Kansas Herald, Hiawatha 

The Kansas Sun, Hiawatha 

Weekly Messenger, Hiawatha 

The Kansas Democrat, Hiawatha 

Tree Press, Hiawatha 

The Hiawatha Journal 

Everest Reflector 

The Everest Enterprise 

Horton Headlight 

Horton Daily Headlight 

The Horton Railway Register 

Horton Telegram 

Horton Commercial 

Hamlin News Gleaner 

Fairview Enterprise 

Morrill News 

BUTLEK COUNTY. 

Augusta Republican, (1875-1880 lacking,) 

Southern Kansas Gazette, Augusta 

Augusta Advance 

Augusta Electric Light 

Augusta Weekly Journal 

The Augusta News 

Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado 

Daily Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado 

El Dorado Press 

El Dorado Daily Republican 

El Dorado Republican 

Butler County Democrat, El Dorado, ( lacking from Oct. '88 to Nov. '89, ) 

The El Dorado Eagle 

Butler County Jeffersonian, El Dorado 

Kansas Workman, Emporia and El Dorado 

The New Enterprise, Douglass 

Douglass Index 

The Douglass Tribune 

Leon Indicator, (missing from February to September, 1887, ) 

The Leon Quill 

The Benton Reporter 

The Towanda Herald 

The Brainerd Sun 

The Brainerd Ensign 

Latham Journal 

Latham Signal 

The Latham Times 

The Beaumont Business 

Potwin Messenger 

Whitewater Tribune 

CHASE COUNTY. 

Chase County Courant, Cottonwood Falls 

Chase County Leader, Cottonwood Falls 

Strong City Independent 

Chase County Republican, Strong City 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

Chautauqua Journal, Sedan 

The Chautauqua County Times, Sedan 

Sedan Times 

Sedan Times-Journal 

The Border Slogan, Sedan 

The Graphic, Sedan 

Chautauqua News, Peru 

The Peru Times 

The Weekly Call, Peru 

The Peru Eagle 

The Chautauqua Springs Spy 

Chautauqua Springs Mail 

The Chautauqua Springs Express 

The Cedar Vale Star , 

Cedar Vale Commercial 



876-1882 
882-1890 
876-1883 
879,1880 
882-1884 
884-1890 
887,1888 



885. 



-1890 
-1890 



),1890 



889,1890 
888-1890 



1873-1883 
1876-1886 
1883,1884 
1884-1886 
1888-1890 
1889,1890 
1874-1890 
1887-1890 
1877-1883 
1885-1888 
1883-1890 
1881-1890 
1882 
1888,1889 
1888-1890 
1879.1880 
1880-1883 
1884-1890 
1880-1890 
1886,1887 
1884,1885 
1885-1890 
1885,1886 
1887-1889 
1885,1886 
1887-1890 



1874-1890 
1875-1890 
1881-1887 
1887-1890 



1875-1884 
1878-1881 
1882-1884 
1885-1890 
1883,1884 
1884-1890 
1877-1881 



1882.1883 

1887 

1888,1889 

1884-1890 



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^^^H Newspapers. 

Republican-Courier, Columbus 

The Columbus Courier 

The Columbus Star-Courier 

Columbus Democrat .' 

Border Star, Columbus 

The Columbus Vidette 

The Times, Columbus 

Kansas Bee-Keeper, Columbus 

Lea's Columbus Advocate 

The Columbus Advocate 

The Daily Advocate, Columbus 

The Daily News and the Weekly News, Columbus 

The Expository, Girard and Columbus 

The Sprig of Myrtle (monthly), Columbus 

The Kansas Prohibitionist, Columbus 

Baxter Springs Republican 

The Times, Baxter Springs 

Baxter Springs News 

Baxter Springs Delta 

Galena Miner 

Galena Miner (second) 

Short Creek Weekly Banner, Galena 

The Galena Messenger 

Short Creek Republican, Galena 

Empire City Echo 

The Ionian Casket (monthly), Quakervale 

Western Friend (monthly), Quakervale 

The Laborer's Tribune, Weir 

Weir City Tribune 

The Weir Journal 

CHEYENNE COtTNTY, 

Cheyenne County Rustler, Wano 

Plaindealer, Wano 

Bird City News 

Cheyenne County Democrat, Bird City 

The Gleaner, Jaqua 

Weekly Review, St. Francis 

Cheyenne County Herald, St. Francis 

CLABK COUNTY. 

Clark County Clipper, Ashland 

Republican Herald, Ashland 

Ashland Journal 

Clark County Chief, Englewood 

The Englewood Chief 

Englewood Enterprise 

Appleton Kansas Era 

The Lexington Leader 

The Mlnneola Era 

Clark County Republican, Minneola 

Cash City Cashier 

CLAY COUNTY. 

Clay County Dispatch, Clay Center 

The Localist, Clay Center 

The Democrat, Clay Center 

The Cresset, Clay Center 

The Times, Clay Center 

The Times (daily), Clay Center 

The Kansas Baptist, Clay Center 

The Monitor, Clay Center 

Clay Center Eagle 

Republican Valley Democrat, Clay Center 

The Clay Center Democrat 

Morganville News and Sunflower 

The Clay County Sentinel, Morganville 

The Idana Journal 

Wakefield Advertiser 

The Herald, Industry 

Oak Hill Herald 

Oak Hill Echo 



1876-1878 
1879-1888 
1889,1890 

1876 
1877-1886 
1877,1878 
1882-1886 
1881-1885 
1882-1888 
1889,1890 
1886,1887 
1882,1883 
1883,1884 
1883-1885 

1886 
1876,1877 
1878-1881 
1882-1890 

1887 
1877-1880 
1888,1889 

1878 

1879 
1883-1890 
1877-1879 
1878,1879 



1884-1888 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 



1886-1890 
1886-1890 
1887,1888 



884-1890 
886,1887 
887-1890 
885-1887 



1887 

1888 

887,1888 

1888 

1887,1888 



1876-1890 
1879-1881 
1879,1880 
1882,1883 
1882-1890 
1886-1888 
1881-1884 
1883,1884 
1885.1886 



1890 
1885-1887 
1887-1890 
1886,1887 
1887.1890 
1887,1888 
1888-1889 



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Newspapers. 




CLOUD COUNTY. 

Republican Valley Empire, Clyde and Concordia 

Concordia Empire 

The Republican-Empire, Concordia 

Concordia Empire 

The Concordia Republican 

The Concordia Expositor 

The Cloud County Blade, Concordia. 

Kansas Blade, Concordia 

Concordia Daily Blade 

Cloud County Critic, Concordia 

The Concordia Times 

Concordia Democrat, and Daylight 

The Concordia Weekly Daylight 

Clyde Democrat 

The Clyde Herald 

Cline's Press, Clyde .• 

The Clyde Mail 

The Clyde Argus 

Glasco Tribune ; 

The Glasco Sun 

Cloud County Kansan, Jamestown 

The Quill, Jamestown 

The Miltonvale News 

Miltonvale Star 

Miltonvale Chieftain 

Ames Advocate 

The Ames Bureau 

The Weekly Courier, Ames 



COFFEY COUNTY. 

Neosho Valley Register, Burlington 

Kansas Patriot, Burlington, (duplicate of 1867,) 

Burlington Patriot 

Burlington Republican 

The Republican-Patriot, Burlington 

Burlington Daily Republican-Patriot 

The Burlington Independent 

Burlington Daily Star 

The Burlington Nonpareil 

Leroy Reporter 

The Leroy Eagle 

The Lebo Light 

The Lebo Courier 

The Waverly News 

The Gazette, Waverly 

The Gridley Gazette 

The Standard, Gridley ' 



COMANCHE COUNTY. 



Comanche Chieftain, Nescatunga. . . 
The Western Kansan, Nescatunga. . 

Nescatunga Enterprise 

Coldwater Review 

Coldwater Enterprise 

The Western Star, Coldwater 

Republican, Coldwater 

Coldwater Echo 

Comanche County Citizen, Avilla. . 

The Avilla Democrat 

Protection Echo 

The Protection Press 

Kansas Weekly Ledger, Protection . 

The Leader, Protection 

Evansville Herald 

Comanche City News 



COWLEY COUNTY. 

Winfield Courier 

Winfleld Daily Courier 

Winfield Plow and Anvil 

Cowley County Telegram, Winfleld 

Winfleld Daily Telegram, (1883-1886 lacking,) 

Winfield Semi-Weekly 

Cowley County Monitor, Winfield 

Cowley County Courant, Winfield 

Winfield Daily Courant 

The Daily Visitor, Winfield 



1870-1872 
1876-1882 
1883-1886 
1887-1890 
1882,1883 
1877-1881 
1879-1881 
1882-1890 
1884-1888 
1882-1888 
1884-1890 
1886-1888 
1889,1890 
1880-1882 
1878-1890 
1884 
1884-1887 
1888-1890 
1881.1882 
1883-1890 
1881-1890 
1888-1890 
1882-1890 



1885,1886 

1887 
1888 



1859.1860 
1864-1868 
1876-1886 
1882-1886 
1886-1890 

1887 
1876-1890 

1878 
1887-1890 
1879-1890 

1888 
1884-1888 
1889.1890 
'83.'85-'89 
1889-1890 
1887,1888 
1889,1890 



1884-1886 
1885-1887 
1886-1888 
1884-1890 
1889.1890 
1885-1890 
1885.1886 
1887-1890 
1885.1886 
1886.1887 
1885-1887 
1886.1887 
1887 
1888 
1885-1887 
1886-1888 



1873-1890 
1885-1890 

1876 
1876-1890 
1879-1888 
1879.1880 

1880 
1881.1882 
1881. 18S2 
1886-1889 



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I 



Newspapers. 



-concluded. 



1881-1890 

1887-1889 

1887-1890 

1887 

1890 

1876-1890 

1879-1890 

1884-1886 

1886.1887 

1887 



COWLEV COUNTY 

The Winfleld Tribune 

The Winliehl Visitor 

The Americiui Nonconformist, AVlnlield 

Southwestern Kansas Conference Daily, WinHeld 

Industrial Free Press, Winfield 

Arkansas City Traveler and Republican-Traveler 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Arkansas City 

The Arkansas City Republican 

The Arkansas City Republican (daily) 

Republican-Traveler (daily), Arkansas City 

Arkansas City Traveler (daily) 1888-1830 

Canal City Daily Dispatch, Arkansas City ; 1887-1889 

Evening Dispatch, Arkansas City 1889.1890 

Canal City Dispatch (weekly), Arkansas City 1887-1890 

The Fair Play, Arkansas City 1888-1890 

The New Enterprise, Burden 1880,1881 

Burden Enterprise ' ! 1882-1890 

Burden Eagle i 1885-1889 

Cambridge Commercial 1881 

------ - 1882-1886 

1888-1890 
1884-1888 



The News, Cambridge 
The Cambridge News 

The Eye, Dexter 

Dexter Free Press ... 
The Udall Sentinel . . 
The Udall Record 1886-1890 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 

Girard Press 

Crawford County News, Girard 

Girard Herald 

The Kansas Workman, monthly, Girard 

Cherokee Index 

The Young Cherokee, Cherokee 

Cherokee Banner 

The Temperance Rural, Cherokee, (one duplicate,). . . 

Sentinel on the Border, Cherokee 

The Cherokee Sentinel 

The Saturday Cyclone. Cherokee 

The Smelter, Pittsburg 

The Headlight, Pittsburg 

The Daily Headlight, Pittsburg 

Pittsburg Democrat 

The Pittsburg Kansan 

The McCune Standard 

The McCune Times 

The Brick, McCune and Pittsburg 

Crawford County Democrat, McCune 

Walnut Journal 

The Educational Advocate, Walnut 

The Arcadia Reporter 

The Christian Worker, Arcadia 

Arcadia Democrat 

The Hepler Leader 

The Hepler Banner 

The Farlington Plaindealer 

Farlington Gem 

Mulberry Grove Gazette 



DAVIS COUNTY. (See Geary.) 
Junction City Union, (triplicates of '75, '76, '77, '78, and duplicates of '79-'86. 

The Junction City Daily Union 

Junction City Tribune .' 

The Youths" Casket, monthly, Junction City 

Davis County Republican, Junction City 

The JunQtion City Methodist 



The Oberlin Herald 

The Eye, Oberlin 

The Oberlin World and Democrat. 

Oberlin Opinion 

The Norcatur Register 

The Allison Breeze and Times 

Jennings Echo 

Jennings Times 

The Alliance Times, Jennings 

The Star, Dresden 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



1874-1890 
1876-1880 
1880-1890 
1882-1884 
1876.1877 
1876,1877 
1877,1878 
1878,1879 
1879-1882 
1883-1890 
1883-1887 
1881-1890 
1886-1890 

1887 
1888,1889 
1889.1890 
1881.1882 
1882-1890 
1886,1887 
1889,1890 
1882-1890 

1884 
1882-1887 

1888 
1888-1890 
1889,1890 
1887-1889 
1885,1886 



1865-1888 
1887 

1873-1888 
1878 

1882-1888 

1886,1887 



1879-1890 
1883-1890 
1885,1886 
1886-1890 
1886-1890 
1887.1888 
1888-1890 
1888,1889 



1890 



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Newspapers, 



DICKINSON COUNTY. 

Dickinson County Chronicle, Abilene 

Kansas Gazette, Enterprise and Abilene 

Abilene Daily Gazette 

The Weekly Democrat, Abilene 

The Abilene Reflector 

The Abilene Daily Reflector 

The Dickinson County News, Abilene 

The Solomon Sentinel, Solomon City. 

Enterprise Register 

Kansas Miller and Manufacturer, Enterprise 

Enterprise Independent 

The Anti-Monopolist, Enterprise 

The Chapman Star 

The Chapman Courier 

The Herington Tribune 

Herington Headlight 

Herington Vindicator 

The Hope Herald 

The Hope Dispatch 

Carlton Advocate 

The Banner Register, Banner City 

The Manchester Sun 




DONIPHAN COUNTY. 

W^hite Cloud Chief, (7 duplicates, ) 

Weekly Kansas Chief, Troy, (1 duplicate,) 

White Cloud Review 

White Cloud Review, (second,) 

Troy Reporter 

Doniphan County Republican, Troy, (1873 lacking.) 

Troy Weekly Bulletin 

The Troy Times 

Elwood Advertiser, ( 1 duplicate, ) 

Kansas Free Press, Elwood, (1 diiplicate,) 

Elwood Free Press, (1 duplicate, ) 

Wathena Reporter, (1868-1873 lacking, ) 

Wathena Gazette 

Highland Sentinel 

The Central State, Highland 

Enterprise, Severance, (and Centralia, Nemaha county,). 
Severance News : 



DOUGLAS COUNTY. 



Herald of Freedom, Lawrence, (7 duplicates,) 

Kansas Free-State, Lawrence 

Lawrence Republican, (volumes 1 and 3, incomplete, ) 

The Western Home Journal, Lawrence 

The Weekly Kansas Journal, Lawrence 

The Lawrence Weekly Journal-Tribune 

Republican-Journal (daily), Lawrence 

LawTence Daily Journal 

The Congregational Record, monthly, (Lawrence, January, 1859, to December, 1864 ; 

Topeka, June, 1865, to May, 1867, ) 

The Tribune, Lawrence, (lacking 1873 and 1875, ) 

The Semi-Weekly Tribune, and the Weekly Herald-Tribune, Lawrence 

The Lawrence Tribune 

The Tribune, daily, (1875, 1878, 1879, and part of 1877 lacking; duplicates,) Lawrence. . 

Herald-Tribune, daily, Lawrence 

Evening Tribune, Lawrence 

Spirit of Kansas, Lawrence 

Kansas Collegiate, Lawrence 

The University Courier, Lawrence 

University Courier, Lawrence 

The Kansas Review (monthly), Lawrence 

Lawrence Standard 

Kansas Monthly, Lawrence 

The Daily Reporter, Lawrence 

Kansas Temperance Palladium, Lawrence 

Die Germania, Lawrence 

The Kansas Liberal (monthly), Lawrence, July to September, 1882, (see Valley Falls,) . . 

The Lawrence Gazette 

Lawrence Daily Gazette 

Western Recorder, Lawrence 

Kansas Churchman (monthly), Lawrence 

Kansas Daily Herald, Lawrence ! 

The Head Center and Daily Morning Sun, Lawrence I 



1857-1872 
1872-1890 
1888.1889 
1880-1887 
1866.1867 
1871-1875 
1877-1879 
1886-1890 
1857,1858 
1858,1859 
ia59-1861 
1867-1877 
1889,1890 
1878.1879 
1880-1882 



1854-1859 
1855,1856 
1857-1860 
1869-1884 
1886-1888 
1889.1890 
1877-1880 
1880-1888 

1859-1867 
1868-1883 
1884,1885 
1885-1888 
1873-1884 
1884.1885 
1886-1888 
1875-1882 
1875-1879 
1878.1879 
1882-1886 
1879-1889 
1877-1879 
1878-1881 
1879 
1879,1880 
1880-1890 

1882-1890 
1884.18^5 
1883,1884 
1883-1885 
1883.1884 



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Neivspapers, 



1883, 1884 
1883-1885 
1884-1887 



1888 



1889, 



DOUGLAS covTiTY— continued. 

The D.Tily Morning News, Lawrence 

Once a Week, Lawrence 

The Kansas Zephyr, Lawrence 

Sigma Nu Delta (bi-monthly), Lawrence 

Evening Telegram, Lawrence 

Lawrence Dally Democrat 

University Times, Lawrence 

The Weekly Record, Lawrence 

University Kansan, Lawrence 

The Daily Record, Lawrence 

North Lawrence Leader 

Freeman's Champion, Prairie City 1857, 1858 

Baldwin Criterion 1883-1885 

The Baldwin Visitor 1884 

The Baldwin Ledger 1885-1890 

The Baldwin Index, Baker University, (1887 lacking, ) 1881-1889 

The Baker Beacon, Baldwin 1889, 1890 

Lecomptoii Monitor 1885, 1886 

The Lecompton Ledger ; 1890 

College Echoes, Lecompton 

The Eudora News I 1887- 



), 1890 



1884, 1885 



EDWAKDS COUNTY. 

Edwards County Leader, Kinsley 

Valley Republican, (bound with Kinsley Graphic, 1878,). 

Kinsley Repnblicjvn 

The Kinsley Graphic, (except 1882,) 

Kinsley Republican-Graphic 

Edwards County Banner, Kinsley 

Weekly Banner-Graphic, Kinsley 

Weely Graphic, Kinsley 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Kinsley 

The Kinsley Mercury 

Kinsley Daily Mercury 

The Wendell Champion 

Belpre Beacon 



ELK COUNT y. 

The Courant. Howard 

The Courant-Ledger, Howard 

The Howard Courant 

Industrial Journal, Howard 

Kansas Rural, Howard 

The Howard Journal 

The Howard Democrat 

Kansas Traveler, Howard 

Howard Daily Traveler 

The Broad Axe, Howard 

Grip, Howard 

Elk County Ledger, Elk Falls 

The Weekly Examiner, Elk Falls 

Elk Falls Signal 

The Pioneer, Longton 

The Times, Longton 

Longton Leader 

Longton Signal 

Moline News , 

Moline Mercury, ( 1883 and 1884 lacking, ) 

The Moline Free Press , 

The Moline Republican 

Grenola Argus 

The Grenola Chief 

The Grenola Hornet 

The Cave Springs Globe 

The Herald, Cana Valley 



1877-1880 

1877. 1878 
1878-1881 
1878-1887 

1882 

1887 

1887-1889 

1890 

1878. 1879 
1883-1890 
1887, 1888 
1885-1888 



1875-1877 
1878-1880 
1880-1890 
1878-1880 

1881 
1880-1883 
1884-1890 
1886, 1887 

1887 

1888 
1883, 1884 
1876, 1877 

1878 
1880-1882 
1880, 1881 
1881-1890 

1887 



1882-1889 
1883-1885 
1889, 1890 
1880-1882 
1883-1890 
1884, 1885 
1882 



1876-1881 
1877-1881 



ELLIS COUNTY. 

Ellis County Star, (lacking from December 7, 1876, to April 11, 1879,) Hays City 

Hays Sentinel, Hays City 

The Star-Sentinel, and Hays City Sentinel I 1880-1890 

German-American Advocate, Hays City 1882-1886 

Ellis County Democrat and Advocate, Hays City 1884, 1885 

Ellis Weekly Headlight, Hays City 1882-1890 

Hays City Times, Hays City 1886 

Ellis County Democrat and Ellis County Free Press, Hays City | 1886-1890 

Ellis County Free Press, Hays City 



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Newspapers. 



ELiiis COUNTY — Concluded. 

Ellis Review, Hays City 

Democratic Times, Hays City 

The Republican, Hays City 

Walker Journal 

ELLSWORTH COUNTY. 

Ellsworth Rei^orter 

The Rural West, Ellsworth 

The Ellsworth News 

The Ellsworth Democrat 

The Weekly Herald, Ellsworth , 

The Ellsworth Republican . 

Wilson Index 

The Wilson Echo 

The Wilson Wonder 

The Wilson Hawkeye ■ 

Cain City News 

The Kauopolis Journal 

Kanopolis Kansan 

The Holyrood Enterprise 

FINNEY COUNTY. 

The Irrigator, Garden City 

Garden City Herald, (1884-7 lacking.) 

Garden City Herald (daily) 

Garden City Sentinel 

Garden City Sentinel (daily) 

The Cultivator and Herdsman, monthly and weekly. Garden City 

The Western Times, Garden City 

Finney County Democrat, Garden City 

The Garden City Imprint 

Pierceville Courier . 

Terry Enterprise 

The Terry Eye , . 

Locomotive, Loco 

The Hatfield News 

FOOTE COUNTY. ( See Gray county. ) 

The New West and the Optic, Cimarron 

The Signet, Cimarron 

FORD COUNTY. 

Dodge City Times 

Ford County Globe, Dodge City 

The Globe Live-Stock Journal, Dodge City 

Dodge City Democrat, ( May to Dec, 1889, lacking, ) 

Kansas Cowboy, Dodge City 

The Sun, Dodge City 

Ford County Republican, Dodge City 

The Globe-Republican, Dodge City 

Speareville Enterprise 

Speareville News 

Speareville Blade 

Ford County Record, Speareville 

Ford County Democrat, Speareville and Fonda 

The Ryansville Boomer, and The Boomer, Ford City 

Ford Gazette 

Wllburn Argus 

Buckliu Standard 

The Bucklin Herald 

The Bucklin Journal 

The Weekly Telegram, Bloom 

Western Kansas Ensign, Bellefont 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Western Home Journal, Ottawa 

Ottawa Journal 

The Triumph, Ottawa 

Ottawa Journal and Triumph '. . . . 

Ottawa Campus (occasional ), (vols. 1 and 2, ) 

Ottawa Republican, (1875 lacking, ) 

Ottawa Daily Republican 

Kansas Home News, Ottawa 

Ottawa Gazette 

Ottawa Leader 

Kansas Free Trader (monthly), Ottawa 



1888-1890 
1888-1890 
1887,1888 



1875-1890 

1882 

1883,1884 

1885-1890 

1888-1890 

1890 

1878,1879 

1880-1890 

1886,1887 

1887,1888 

1882-1886 

1886-1890 

1890 

1887-1890 



1882-1886 
1883-1890 
1886-1890 
1884-1890 
1889-1888 
1881-1886 
1885 
1 887-1890 
1889-1890 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 



1879-1881 
1880 



1876-1890 
1878-1884 
1884-1887 
1884-1890 
1884,1885 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 
1890 
1878 
1878-1880 
1885-1890 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1885-1887 
1886-1890 
1886,1887 
1887.1888 
1887,1888 
1888-1890 
1888.1889 
1839.1890 



1865-1868 

1870-1874 

1876 

1877-1890 

1864-1890 

1874-1890 

1879-1890 

1879,1880 

1879 

1880 

1883 



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FRANKLIN covsTY — Concluded. 

■Queen City Herald, Ottawa 

Jefferies Western Monthly, Ottawa 

Daily Local News, Ottawa 

Fireside, Factory and Farm, Ottawa 

The Kansas Lever, Ottawa 

The Be3 ( daily and weekly), Ottawa 

Ottawa Tribnne 

The Ottawa Herald 

Williamsburg Review 

Weekly Gazette, Williamsburg 

The Eagle, Williamsburg 

The Enterprise, Williamsburg 

Lane Advance . . 

The Lane Star 

The Lane Leader 

The Commercial Bulletin, Lane 

The Wellsvllle News 

The Wellsvllle Transcript 

The Wellsvllle News (second ) 

The Wellsvllle Exchange 

The Pomona Enterprise 

Republican, Pomona 

Richmond Recorder 

Princeton Progress 

GARFIELD COUNTY. 

Ravanna Chieftain 

Ravanna Sod-House 

Ravanna Record 

The Ravanna Enquirer 

TheKal Vesta Herald 

The Essex Sunbeam 

The Garfield County Call, Eminence 

"Garfield County Journal, Loyal 

GEARY COUNTY. ( See Davis. ) 

Junction City Union 

Junction City Tribune 

Davis County Republican, Junction City , 

The Junction City Sentinel 

The Democratic Sentinel 

GOVE COUNTY. 

Buffalo Park Express 

Buffalo Park Pioneer 

The Golden Belt, Grinnell 

Cap-Sheaf, Grainfield 

Gazette, Gove City 

Gove County Graphic, Gove City 

Gove County Republican, Gove City 

The Settler-s Guide, Quinter 

Quinter Republican 

The Smoky Globe, Jerome , 

GRAHAM COUNTY. 

The Western Star, Hill City 

Hill City Lively Times 

The Hill City Reveille 

Hill City Democrat 

Hill City Sun 

Hill City Star 

Graham County Lever. Gettysburg 

The Millbrook Times. 

Graham County Times, Millbrook 

Graham County Republican, Millbrook 

Millbrook Herald 

Millbrook Herald (second ) 

The Graham County Democrat, Millbrook 

Roscoe Tribune 

Western Cyclone, Nicodemus , 

Nicodemus Enterprise 

The Fremont Star 

The Fremont Press 

Fremont Eagle 

The Bogue Signal 

The Times, Penokee 



1884,1885 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1887-1890 
1887,1888 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 
1879 
1880-1883 
1885-1889 
1889,1890 
1881,1882 
1889.1890 



1882,1883 



1887-1889 
1883-1890 



1887,1889 
1887,1888 
1886-1888 
■ 1887 
1887-1890 
1887-1889 



1889,1890 



1885-1887 
1885-1890 
1885-1890 
1886-1890 
1887,1888 



1879,1880 
1881 
1884-1890 
1887-1890 
1888,1889 
1888,1889 
1879,1880 
1879-1889 
1889,1890 
1881 
1882,1883 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1880,1881 
1886-1888 
1887 



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Newspapers. 



GRANT COUNTY. 

Grant County Register, Ulysses 

Ulysses Tribune 

Ulysses Tribune and Grant County Register 

Ulysses Plainsman 

The Post, Surprise 

Shockeyville Eagle 

Shockey ville Plainsman 

Golden Gazette 

Zionville Sentinel 

The Commercial, Cincinnati and Appomattox 

The Standard-Democrat, Cincinnati and Appomattox. 

The Lawson Leader 

Conductor Punch 



. GRAY COUNTY. 

The New West, Cimarron and Echo 

The West, Echo 

Cimarron Herald and Kansas Sod House 

The Jacksonian, Cimarron 

Gray County Echo, Ingalls and Cimarron , 

Ingalls Union 

Gray County Republican, Ingalls 

The Weekly Messenger, Ingalls 

The Montezuma Chief , 

Gray County Republican, Montezuma 

Ensign Razzoop 



GREELEY COUNTY. 

Greeley County Gazette, Greeley Center and Horace. 
Greeley County News, Greeley Center and Horace . . . 

Horace Mess,enger 

Hoi-ace Champion 

Hector Echo 

Greeley County Tribune, Tribune and Reid 

Greeley County Enterprise, Tribune 

Greeley County Republican, Tribune 

Greeley County Journal, Tribune 

Greeley County Republican, Reid 

Colokan Graphic 



GREENWOOD COUNTY. 

Eureka Censorial 

Eureka Herald 

The Graphic Eureka 

The Eureka Republican 

Greenwood County Republican, Eureka 

The Eureka Sun 

Greenwood County Democrat, Eureka 

Democratic Messenger, Eureka 

Kansas Alliance Union, Eureka 

The Academy Student, Eureka 

Madison Times 

The Madison News 

The Zenith, and the Madison Times 

Fall River Times 

Fall River Echo 

Fall River Courant 

Saturday Morning Sun, Fall River 

Severy Pioneer 

Southern Kansas Journal, Severy 

Severy Liberal 

Severy Record 

The Kansas Clipper, Severy 

Severyite, Severy 

The Sunflower, Reece 

Greenwood Review, Virgil 

The Hamilton Broadaxe 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 

The Syracuse Journal 

Syracuse Sentinel, (removed from Johnson City, Stanton county,). 

Syracuse Democrat 

Democratic Principle, Syracuse 

West Kansas News, Syracuse 

Border Ruffian, Coolidge 



Years. 


1885-1890 


1887-1890 


1890 


1889,1890 


1886,1887 


1886,1887 


1889 


1887-1889 


1887,1888 


1887.1888 


1887,1888 


1887,1888 


1887,1888 


1885-1888 


1889,1890 


1885-1886 


1885-1890 


1886-1888 


1887-1890 


1888 


1889,1890 


1886-1889 


1889 


1887,1888 


1886-1888 


1886-1888 


1888 


1888,1889 


1886 


1886,1887 


1887,1888 


1889,1890 


1890 


1887.1888 


1887,1888 


1876-1879 


1876-1890 


1879-1882 


1879,1880 


1880-1890 


1879,1880 


1882-1884 


1884-1890 


1890 


1889,1890 


1877.1878 


1879-1890 


1886-1888 


1881-1890 


1883-1886 


1886-1888 


1888,1889 


1882 


1884-1887 


1885,1886 


1887-1890 


1887-1889 


1889.1890 


1885.1886 


1887-1890 


1889,1890 


1885-1890 


1886 1889 


1887 


1887-1890 


1887 


1885-1887 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANS AS — Continued. 




HAMILTON COUNTY — Concluded. 

Coolidge Citizen 

Coolidge Times 

.Surprise Post : 

The Signal, Kendall 

The Kendall Boomer 

Kendall Republican 

Kendall Gazette 

The Kendall Free Press 

Johnson City Sentinel, (since in Stanton county, ) , 

JEnfield Tribune 

HABPEE COUNTY. 

■The Anthony Republican 

Anthony Daily Republican 

Harper County Enterprise, Anthony 

The Harper County Democrat, Anthony 

Anthony Free Press, daily 

Anthony Journal 

Anthony Journal, (second, ) 

Anthony Daily Journal 

Harper County Times, Harper 

The Sentinel, Harper 

The Daily Sentinel, Harper 

Harper Graphic 

Harper Daily Graphic 

The College Journal, Harper 

The Prophet, Harper 

BlufE City Tribune 

BlufE City Herald 

The Danville Courant 

The Danville Express .' 

The Attica Advocate 

Attica Bulletin 

Attica Daily Advocate 

Freeport Leader 

Midlothian Sun, Freeport 

The Freeport Tribune (changed from Sun, ) 

TheCri-sfleld Courier 

HARVEY COUNTY. 

Zur Heiinath (semi-monthly), Halstead 

The Halstead Independent 

The Halstead Clipper 

Halstead Herald 

The Halstead Tribune 

Harvey County News, Newton 

The Newton Republican, (changed from Harvey County News,) 

Newton Daily Republican 

Newton Kansan 

Newton Daily Kansan 

The Golden Gate, Newton 

Das Neue Vaterland, Newton 

The Newton Democrat 

Newton Anzeiger 

The Kansas Commoner, Newton 

The Kansas Chronicle, Newton 

Newton Weekly Journal 

The Burrton Telephone 

The Burrton Monitor 

The Burrton Graphic 

The Free Lance, Burrton 

The Jayhawker and Palladium, Sedgwick 

The Pantagraph, Sedgwick 

Walton Independent 

The Walton Reporter 

HASKELL COUNTY. 

Ivanhoe Times 

Santa Fe Trail 

Santa Fe Champion 

Haskell County Review, Santa F6 

Haskell County Republican, Santa F6 

The Santa Fe Leader 

Santa Fe Monitor 



1836-1890 
1887-1890 

1886 
1886,1887 
1886-1889 
1886,1887 

1887 
1889,1890 
1886-1888 
1886,1887 



18V9-1890 
1886-1889 



1887,1888 
1878-1884 



1878-1885 
1882-1890 



1885,1886 
1885-1890 



1885-1890 

1885,1886 

1886 

1885-1890 



1875-1881 
1881-1890 
1884-1886 
1887,1888 

1890 
1876-1879 
1879-1890 
1886-1890 
1876-1890 
1887,1888 
1879-1882 

1879 
1883-1887 
1887-1890 
1887-1890 



1878-1881 
1881-1888 



1890 
1882-1884 



1886,1887 

1887,1888 

1887,1888 

1888 



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Newspapers. 



HODGEMAN COUNTY. 

Agitator, Hodgman Center 

Republican, Fordham , 

The Bnckner Independent, Jetmore 

The Jetmore Reveille 

Hodgeman County Scimitar, Jetmore 

Jetmore Sittings 

Jetmore Journal 

The Jetmore Sunflower 

The Orwell Times 

The Cowland Chieftain *. . 

JACKSON COUNTY. 

Holton Express 

Holton Recorder ' 

The Holton Argus 

The Holton Signal 

Jackson County Federal, Holton 

The Bee (daily and weekly), Netawaka and Holton 

Independent Tribune, Holton 

The Whiting Weekly News 

The Hoyt Times 

Soldier City Tribune 

The Denison Star 

JEFFEESON COUNTY. 

The Kansas Educational Journal, Grasshopper Falls. (See Leavenworth County.) 

The Kansas New Era, Grasshopper Falls 

Valley Falls New Era 

The Valley Falls Liberal and the Kansas Liberal (monthly). Valley Falls and Lawrence. 

Lucifer, (the Light-Bearer, ) Valley Falls 

Valley Falls Register 

Fair Play, Valley Falls 

Valley Falls Republican 

The Oskaloosa Independent 

Sicklfe and Sheaf, Oskaloosa 

Oskaloosa Weekly Sickle 

The Winchester Argus 

The Winchester Herald 

The Kaw Valley Chief, Perry 

The Perry Monitor and Kaw Valley Chief (second). Perry 

The Nortonville News 

Meriden Report 

Meriden Weekly Tribune 

The Osawkie Times 

The McLouth Times 



JEWELL COUNTY. 



Jewell County Diamond, Jewell City 

Jewell County Republican, Jewell City 

Jewell County Monitor, Jewell Center . 

Jewell County Monitor and Diamond, Jewell Center . 
Jewell County Monitor, Jewell Center and Mankato . 

Jewell County Monitor, Mankato 

Jewell County Review, Jewell Center and Mankato.. . 

The Jewell County Review, Mankato 

Mankato Review 

Mankato Daily Review 

The Kansas Jewellite, Mankato 

The Jacksonian, Mankato 

The Labor Clarion, Mankato 

White Oak Independent 

Jewell County Journal, Omio . . . 

Western Advocate, Omio 

The Omio Mail 

Burr Oak Reveille 

Burr Oak Herald 

Burr Oak Rustler 

Independent Republican, Burr Oak 

Salem Chronicle 

Salem Argus 

The People's Friend, Salem 

Randall Register. 

Randall Tribune 

The Beacon, Randall 



1879 
1879-1881 
1882-1890 
1886-1889 
1886-1890 
1887-1889 
1889,1890 



1872-1875 
1875-1890 

1877 
1878- 1890 
1886.1887 
1879,1880 

1890 
1883-1890 

1887 
1888,1890 
1889,1890 



1866,1867 
1873-1890 
1880-1883 
1883-1890 
1881-1890 
1888-1890 
1889,1890 
1870-1890 
1873-1879 
1879-1886 
1879-1888 
1888-1890 
1879-1882 
1883,1884 
1885-1890 
1885-1888 
1890 
1885,1886 
1887-1890 



1876.1877 

1879-1890 

1876,1877 

1878,1879 

1880-1888 

1889.1890 

1879-1882 

1889.1890 

1883-1888 

1887 

1882-1883 

1888,1890 

1889 

1879 

1889,1880 

1882 

1884 

1880-1884 

1883-1890 

1886.1887 

1886,1887 



1885-1887 
1885-1888 
1887,1888 



I 



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■ 



Newspapers. 




JOHNSON COUNTY, 

Olathe Mirror 

Mirror and News-Letter, Olathe 

The Olathe Mirror, (1884-6, see below,)' 

Olathe Mirror-Gazette 

Western Progress, Olathe 

Kansas Star. Olathe 

Olathe Leader 

Olathe Gazette 

Educational Advocate, Olathe 

Johnson County Democrat, Olathe 

Kansas Patron, Olathe 

The Olathe Republican 

Kansas Register, Spring Hill 

Weekly Review, Spring Hill 

Spring Hill New Era, (1886 to Aug. 1888, lacking,) 

The Young Kansan, Gardner 

KEARNY COUNTY 

Lakin Herald 

The Kearny County Advocate, Lakin 
Pioneer Democrat, Lakin 

Hartland Times 

Hartland Herald 

Kearny County Coyote, Chantilly and Omaha, 



KINGMAN COUNTY. 

The Kingman Mercury. 

The Kingman Blade 

The Kingman County Citizen, Kingman 
The Kingman County Republican, Kingman 
Citizen-Republican, Kingman . 
Southern Kansas Democrat, Kingman. 
The Kingman County Democrat. 
The Kingman Courier 

Kingman Daily Courier 

Kingman Leader 

Kingman Leader-Courier 

Kingman News 

Kingman Daily News. (November, 1887, to February, 1888, lacking,). 

Voice of the People, Kingman 

The Kingman Weekly Journal 

News, Norwich 

Ninneseah and Cunningham Herald 

Cunningham Herald 

The Spivey Dispatch 

Spivey Index 

New Murdock Herald 

The Penalosa News 

The Nashville News 



KIOWA COUNTY. 

Wellsford Register 

Wellsford Register ( second ) 

Wellsford Republican 

Kiowa County Democrat, Wellsford 

The Democrat and Watchman, Dowell post-office 

Comanche Chief and The Kiowa Chief, Reeder 

Greensburg Signal 

The Kiowa County Signal, Greensburg 

The Kiowa County Times, Greensburg 

Greensburg Rustler 

Greensburg Republican 

Mullinville Mallet 

The Weekly Telegram, MuUinvillfe 

The Haviland Tribvme 



LABETTE COUNTY. 

Parsons Sun 

Parsons Sun, daily 

Parsons Eclipse 

Parsons Daily Eclipse 

Dally Outlook, Parsons 

Dally Infant Wonder, Parsons 

Daily Republican, Parsons 

Parsons Palladium 

The Daily Evening Star, Parsons, (April 6 to October 19, 1881,). 



1889,1890 
1884-1889 



1884-1889 



1888,1889 
1890 
1886-1890 
1886-1888 
1889,1890 
1887,1888 
1889,1890 
1887 
1887,1888 



1890 
1886,1887 
1887.1888 



1887,1888 
1886-1888 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 



1876-1890 
1884-1890 
1876-1890 
1881-1890 
1877,1878 
1878-1880 
1880,1881 
1883-1890 
1881 



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Newspapers. 



LABETTE COUNTY - 

The Weekly Clarion, Parsons 

Southern Kansas Advance, Chetopa 

Chetopa Advance 

Chetopa Herald , 

Chetopa Statesman 

The Chetopa Democrat 

Oswego Independent , 

Labette County, Democrat, Oswego 

The Oswego Republican 

The Oswego Daily Republican 

The Oswego Bee 

The Oswego Daily Bee 

Labette County Statesman, Oswego 

The Oswego Courant , 

Mound Valley Herald 

Mound Valley News 

The Altamont Sentinel 

Mills's Weekly World, Altamont 

The Edna Star 

The Wilsonton Journal 



1888-1890 
1876-1878 
1878-1890 
1876-1878 
1883-1889 
1888-1890 
1876-1890 
188f»-1890 
1881-1886 
1881-1883 
1887.1888 
1887,1888 
1889.1890 
1889.1890 
1885-1890 
1886.1887 
1886-1890 
1889,1890 
1887,1888 



LANE COUNTY. 

Lane County Gazette, California . . .• 1880-1882 

Lane County Herald, Dighton 1883-1890 

Dighton Journal I 1886-1890 

Dighton Republican j 1887-1889 



LEAVENWORTH COUNTY. 

Kansas Herald, Leavenworth 

Kansas Territorial Register, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Conservative, daily, (January to June, 1867, lacking, ) 

"Times and Conservative, Leavenworth (daily) 

Leavenworth Times, daily, (July to October, 1878, lacking, ) 

Leavenworth Times (weekly) 

Leavenworth Daily Commercial 

Kansas Freie Presse, Leavenworth (weekly) 

Kansas Freie Presse, Leavenworth (daily) 

Leavenworth Appeal 

Leavenworth Appeal and Herald 

Leavenworth Appeal and Tribune 

Public Press, Leavenworth (weekly ) ; 

Public Press, Leavenworth, daily, (from July, 1877, to June, 1879, lacking,) 

Home Record, Leavenworth (monthly) 

Democratic Standard, Leavenworth (weekly ) 

Kansas Farmer, Leavenworth (monthly) 

Leavenworth Evening Standard 

The Kansas Educational Journal, monthly: Leavenworth, January, 1864, to August, 
1865 ; Grasshopper Falls, September, 1865, to January, 1866 : Topeka. June, 1866, to 
August, 1867 ; Emporia, September, 1867, to April, 1871 ; Emporia and Topeka, May, 
1871, to April, 1873 

Orphans' Friend, Leavenworth (monthly) 

The Western Homestead, Leavenworth (monthly) 

The Workingman's Friend, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Weekly Chronicle 

The Visitor, Leavenworth 

The Catholic, Leavenworth 

The Kansas Prohibitionist, Leavenworth 

Kansas Commoner, Leavenworth 

Truth, monthly, Leavenworth 

The Daily Sun, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Post (daily) 

Journal of the U. S. Cavalry Association, Leavenworth (quarterly) 

The Leavenworth Advocate ". 

The Tonganoxle Mirror 

The Tonganoxle News, changed from Linwood Leader 

The Tonganoxle Sentinel 

The Linwood Leader 



LINCOLN COUNTY. 



1854,1859 
1855 
1861-1868 
1869,1870 
1870-1890 
1876-1880 
1873-1876 
1876-1886 
1876-1886 
1876-1878 
1879 
1879.1880 
1877-1883 
1877-1882 
1876-1890 
1880-1882 
1867-1872 
1881-1890 



1864-1873 
1878-1890 
1878-1882 
1881-1883 
1883.1884 
1882-1884 
1885-1889 
1883.1884 
1884,1885 
1886,1887 
1887-1890 
1888-1890 
1888-1890 
1888-1890 
1882-1890 
1885-1887 
1889,1890 
1883,1884 



Lincoln County News, Lincoln Center 1873 

Saline Valley Register. Lincoln Center I 1876-1879 

Lincoln Register, Lincoln Center i 1879-1880 

Saline Valley Register, Lincoln Center \ 1881-1883 

Lincoln Banner, Lincoln Center \ 1884-1886 

Lincoln Republican, Lincoln Center | 1886-1890 

The Argus and Beacon, Lincoln Center '. 1 1880 



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Newspapers. 



1881-1884 
1884-1890 



1876-1830 
1887, ISnS 
1866-1874 
1876-1890 
1884-1890 
1888-1890 
1876-1890 
1882-1890 



LINCOLN COUNTY — Concluded, 

The Beacon of Lincoln County, Lincoln Center 

The Lincoln Beacon, Lincoln Center 

Lincoln County Democrat, Lincoln 

The Sylvan Grove Sentinel 

Barnard Times 

LINN COUNTY. 

Cygne Weekly Journal 

, Cygne Leader 

Border Sentinel, Mound City 

Linn County Clarion, Mound City 

Mound City Progress 

The Torch of Liberty, Mound City 

The Pleasanton Observer 

The Pleasanton Herald 

The Prescott Eagle 

The Prescott Republican 

Prescott Enterprise 

The Blue Mound Sun 

The Parker Pilot 1889,1890 

Goodrich Graphic ' 1890 

LOGAN COUNTY. 

The Oakley Opinion 

The Oakley Republican 1887 

Oakley Saturday Press 

Logan County Times, Oakley and RusBell Springs i 1887 

Oakley News Letter 

Oakley Graphic 1889 

The Courier, Ennls and Monument 1886 

The Monument Obelisk ; 1888 

The Monument Observer 

-^he Scout, Gopher and Winona, ( bound with Winona Messenger, ) 1886 

The Winona Clipper 1887 

Winona Messenger [ 1887 

McAllaster Weekly Record : 1887 

Augustine Herald 1887 

The Leader, Russell Springs I 1887 

The Record, Russell Springs 

The Logan County Republican, Russell Springs 

Page City Messenger 



LYON COUNTY. 

Emporia News 

Emporia Daily News 

Kansas Educational Journal, Emporia, (see Leavenworth county. ) 

Emporia Ledger 

The Hatchet (monthly), Emporia 

The Educationalist (monthly), Emporia 

Emporia Sun 

The Kansas Greenbacker, and the National Era, Emporia 

The Emporia Journal 

The Kansas Sentinel, Emporia 

Dally Bulletin, Emporia 

Emporia Daily Republican 

The Emporia Republican 

Emporia Democrat 

The Primitive Friend, Emporia 

Emporia Daily Globe (1888 lacking) 

The Fanatic, Emporia 

The Weekly News-Democrat, Emporia 

Emporia News-Democrat (daily) 

The Semi- Weekly Miniature, Emporia 

The Normal Quarterly, Emporia 

Kansas Workman, Emporia, (see Butler county.) 

College Life, Emporia 

The Hartford Enterprise 

The Hartford Weekly Call 

Hartford News 

Americus Weekly Herald 

The Americus Ledger 

The Neosho Vivifler, Neosho Rapids 

The Neosho Valley Press, Neosho Rapids 

The Neosho Rapids Pilot 

The Admire Cltv Free Press 

The Allen Tidings 



1866-1889 
1878-1889 

1876-1880 
1877,1878 
1879,1880 
1878,1879 
1878,1879 
1880,1881 
1880-1882 

1881 
1881-1890 
1886-1890 
1882-1889 
1883-1885 
1886-1889 
1887,1888 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 

1887 



1879,1880 

1879-1890 

1890 

1881,1882 



1885,1886 
1886,1887 



1887,1888 
1887-1890 



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Newspapers. 



M'PHEKSON COUNTY. 

The McPherson Independent 

The McPherson Freeman ; 

McPherson Daily Freeman 

The McPherson Republican 

McPherson Daily Republican 

The Comet, McPherson 

Industrial Liberator, McPherson 

The McPherson Independent 

The McPherson Press 

The McPherson County Champion, McPherson 

The Democrat, McPherson 

Kansas State Register, McPherson 

The McPherson Anzeiger , 

Our Opinion, McPherson 

The Educator and Companion 

The Industrial Union, McPherson 

Lindsborg Localist : 

Smoky Valley News, Lindsborg 

Kansas Posten, Lindsborg 

Framat, Lindsborg 

The Lindsborg News 

The Canton Mojiitor 

Canton Carrier 

The Republican, Canton 

The Windom' Record 

The Windom Enterprise 

The Moundridge Leader 

Marquette Monitor 

Marquette Tribune 

Galva Times 

MARION COUNTY. 

Marion County Record, Marlon Center 

The School Galaxy, Marion Center 

Central Kansas Telegraph, Marion Center 

Marion Banner, Marion Center 

Marion Graphic, Marion Center 

Marion County Democrat and Independent, Marion Center 

The Marlon Register, Marion 

The Marion Tribune 

The Cottonwood Valley Times, Marion. 

Marion Daily Times 

The School Gleaner, Marlon 

The Rural Kansan, Marion , 

The Scimeter, Marion 

The Marion County Anzeiger, Marion and Hillsboro 

The Peabody Gazette 

The i^eabody Daily Gazette 

Peabody Reporter 

The Peabody Post 

Marion Grai^hic, Peabody 

Florence Herald, (1886 lacking) 

Florence Tribune 

Florence Weekly News 

The Florence Weekly Bulletin 

Hillsboro Phonograph 

The Intelligencer, Hillsboro 

Freundschafts-Kreis, Hillsboro 

Hillsboro Herald 

Canada Arcade 

Lincolnville Star 

The Weekly Courier, Lost Springs 

Burns Monitor 

MARSHALL COUNTY. 

The Marysville Enterprise, (volumes 1 and 3, ) 

The Lantern, Marysville 

The Marshall County News, Marysville 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Marysville 

Marysville Signal 

Marysville Post, (German, ) 

Marshall County Democrat, Marysville 

The Bugle Call, Marysville 

The True Republican, Marysville 

The Daily Free Press, Marysville 

The Waterville Telegraph, (1874= and 1875 lacking, ) 



1876-1879 
1878-1890 
1887,1888 
1879-1890 
1887-1890 
1881,1882 

1882 
1882-1884 
1884,1885 
1885-1887 
1886-1890 

1887 
1887-1890 
1888-1890 
1888-1890 

1890 
1879-1883 
1881-1888 
1882,1883 

1889 
1889,1890 



1889,1890 
1884-1886 
1886-1888 
1887-1890 
1887,1888 
1889,1890 



1875-1890 

1877 
1880 
1880,1881 
1882,1883 
1883,1884 
1885-1888 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 



1889,1890 

1890 

1887-1890 

1876-1890 

1887 

1880 

1882 

1883-1890 

1876-189Q 

1884-1886 

1886,1887 

1887-1890 

1881 

1881,1882 

1885.1886 

1886-1888 

1887 

1887,1888 



1876 
1876-1890 
1879-1881 
1881-1883 
1881-1890 
1883-1890 
1885,1886 
1886-1890 
1889,1890 
1870-1890 



Seventh biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



MAB8HALL COUNTY — Concluded. 

lue Rapids Times • 

The Blue Rapids Lyre , 

Blue Valley Gazette, Irving 

The Irving Citizen 

The Irving Leader 

Frankfort Record 

The National Headlight, Frankfort 

The Frankfort Bee 

The Frankfort Sentinel 

The Beattie Boomerang 

The North Star, Beattie 

The Star, Beattie \ 

The Visitor, Axtell 

Axtell Anchor 

The Summerfleld Sun , 

The Oketo Sun 



MEADE COUNTY. 

The Pearlette Call 

Fowler City Graphic 

The Fowler City Advocate 

Meade County Globe, Meade Center 

Meade Center Press 

The Press-Democrat, Meade Center 

Meade Center Telegram 

The Meade Republican, Meade Center 

Meade County Democrat, Meade 

The Hornet, Spring Lake, and Artois, Artesian City. 

The Guardian, West Plains 

The West Plains News and Democrat 

The West Plains Mascott 

Meade County Times, Mertilla 



The Western Spirit, Paola 

The Miami Republican, Paola 

Republican-Citizen. Paola 

Miami Talisman, Paola 

Paola Times 

The Miami School Journal, Paola. 

The Border Chief, Louisburg 

Watchman, Louisburg 

The Louisburg Herald 

Osawatomie Times 

Osawatomie Gaslight 

Graphic, Osawatomie 

Osawatomie Advertiser 

Farmers' Signal, Osawatomie. . . .. 
Fontana New s 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



» MITCHELL COUNTY. 

Beloit Gazette, (dups. from April, 1872, to April, 1873; 1873, 1874 and 1875 lacking,). 

Belolt Weekly Record 

The Beloit Courier 

Beloit Weekly Democrat 

Western Democrat, Beloit, (1882 and 1883 lacking, ) 

The Western Nationalist, Beloit 

Beloit Dental Herald 

The Echo, CawkerCity 

The Cawker City Free Press 

Cawker City Journal 

The Public Record, Cawker City 

Cawker City Times 

Glen Elder Key 

Glen Elder Herald 

The Kansas Herald, Glen Elder 

Simpson Slftings 

Scottsville Independent 

Tri-County News, Scottsville 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Independence Courier . . 

Independence Kansan 

The Star, Independence 

The Star and Kansan, Independence 

The South Kansas Tribune, Independence 



1876-1890 

1886,1887 
1876-1878 
1880 
1886-1890 
1876-1879 
1879-1881 
1881-1890 
1886-1890 
1883,1884 



1886 
-1890 



1874-1890 
1876-1890 
1878-1880 
1881,1882 
1882-1890 
1889,1890 
1879-1881 
1881 
1887-1890 
1880,1881 
1887.1888 
1888-1890 



1890 



1872-1890 
1877-1879 
1879-1890 
1878-1880 
1880-1890 
1882,1883 
1888.1889 
1876-1878 
1878-1883 
1880-1890 
1883-1890 
1888-1890 
1880 
1885-1890 



1874,1875 
1876-1884 
1882-1884 
1885-1890 
1876-1890 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — CoNTiNtra:D. 



Newspapers. 




MONTGOMEKY COUNTY — concluded. 

The Workingman's Courier, Independence 

The Living Age, Independence 

The Evening Reporter, and The Morning Reporter, Independence, ( lacking from 1883 

to February 17, 1886, ) 

The Independence News (daily and weekly) 

Montgomery Argus, Independence 

Coffey ville Journal 

The Gate City Enterprise, Coffeyville 

Gate City Gazette, Coffeyville 

The Sun, CofEey ville 

The Eagle, Coffeyville 

The Index, Coffeyville 

The News, Coffeyville 

Cherry vale Leader 

Cherry vale Globe 

Cherry vale News ; 

Cherry Valley Torch, Cherryvale 

Cherry vale Globe-News 

The Globe and Torch, Cherryvale 

Daily Globe and Torch, Cherryvale 

The Weekly Clarion, Cherryvale 

Cherryvale Bulletin 

The Cherryvale Republican 

The Cherryvale Champion 

The Elk City Globe 

The Elk City Star 

The Elk City Democrat 

The Elk City Eagle 

Elk City Times 

The Elk City Enterprise 

The Caney Chronicle 

The Caney Times 

The Havana Vidette . . .". 

Havana Weekly Herald 

The Havana Recorder 

The Havana News 

Liberty Light 

The Liberty Review 

MOBBIS COUNTY. 

Morris County Republican, Council Grove 

Council Grove Democrat 

Republican and Democrat, Council Grove 

Council Grove Republican 

Morris County Times, Council Grove 

The Kansas Cosmos, Council Grove, ( January to July, 1885, lacking: October 15, 1886, 

Cosmos consolidated with Council Grove Republican, ) 

The Council Grove Guard 

The Anti-Monopolist, Council Grove 

Morris County Enterprise, Parkerville 

The Parkerville Times 

The Morris County News, White City 

The White City News 

White City Register.! 

The Dwight Wasp 

The Dunlap Courier 

Wilsey Bulletin 

MOETON COUNTY. 

Frisco Pioneer 

Morton Coimty Democrat, Frisco 

The Richfield Leader 

The Leader-Democrat, Richfield 

The Richfield Republican 

The Monitor-Republican, Richfield 

The Great Southwest, Richfield 

The Taloga Star 

Cundiff Journal 

The Morton County Monitor, Morton 

The Westola Wave 

NEMAHA COUNTY. 

Seneca Weekly Courlerf 

Seneca Courier-Democrat 

The Seneca Tribune 

Our Mission, Seneca 




femaha County Republican, Sabetha 
The Sabetha Advance 
Sabetha Weekly Herald 

The Oneida Journal 

The Oneida Chieftain, Democrat and Dispatch 

The Oneida Monitor 

The Wetmore Spectator, (lacking from August, 1884, to August, 1885) 

The Centralia Enterprise 

The Centralia Journal 1885-1890 

The Gofif's News 1887-1890 

The Bern Press 1889,1890 



NEOSHO COUNTY. 



Neosho County Journal, Osage Mission. . . , 
The Temperance Banner, Osage Mission. . 
Neosho Valley Enterprise, Osage Mission . 
Neosho County Democrat, Osage Mission . 

Neosho County Record, Erie 

Neosho County Republican, Erie 

The People's Vindicator, Erie 

Republican-Record, Erie 

The Erie Sentinel 

Chanute Times 

The Chanute Democrat 

The Chanute Chronicle 

Chanute Blade 

The Chanute Vidette 

Railroad Employes* Companion, Chanute . 

Head Light, Thayer 

The Thayer Herald 

Star of Hope, Urbana 



The Pioneer, Clarinda and Sidney. 

The Advance, Sidney 

Ness City Times 

The Truth, Ness City 

The News, Ness City 

The Ness City Graphic 

Walnut Valley Sentinel, Ness City . 

The Globe, Schoharie 

The Harold Record 

Harold Boomer 

Nonchalanta Herald 

The Bazine Register 

Bazine Leader 



NESS COUNTS. 



Norton County Advance, Norton . . 

Norton County People, Norton 

The Norton Courier 

Norton Champion 

The Norton Democrat 

The Farmers' Advance, Norton . . . 

Weekly New Era, Norton 

The Lenora Leader 

The Kansas Northwest, Lenora . . . 

The Kansas Monitor, Lenora 

The Common People, Lenora 

The Lenora Record 

The Norton County Badger, and I 
The Edmond Times, Edmond, ) 

The Almena Star 

Almena Plaindealer 

The Almena Advance 

The Oronoque Magic 

The Calvert Gazette , 



NORTON COUNTY. 



OSAGE COUNTY. 

Osage County Chronicle, Burlingame, (1872 lacking,) 

Osage County Democrat, Burlingame 

Burlingame Herald 

Burlingame Independent, (changed from Carbondale Calendar, January 28 to April 1, 
1886 ; Carbondale Independent, April 8 to May 13, 1886 ; then moved to Burlingame, ) . . 

Burlingame News, (amateur, ) 

The Burlingame Democrat 



1876-1890 
1878-1880 
1880-1882 
1883-1888 
1876-1886 
1884-1886 
1888,1889 
1886-1890 
1889,1890 
1876-1890 
1879,1882 
1882,1883 
1883-1890 
1887-1890 
1889,1890 
1876-1890 
1885,1886 
1878 



1879-1882 
1882,1883 
1880-1890 
•1883,1884 



1887, 
1887, 



1878-1882 
1880-1883 
1883-1890 
1884-1890 
1886-1888 
1890 
1888-1890 
1882-1888 
1884,1885 
1885.1886 
1886,1887 
1887-1890 



1888-1890 
1889,1890 



1889,1890 



1868-1890 
1881-1887 
1881-1884 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



OSAGE covsiY — concluded. 

The Burlingame Echo 

Osage City Free Press 

The Kansas Times, Osage City, (moved from Lyndon,). . . 

The Osage City Republican 

Osage County Democrat, Osage City 

The Kansas People, Osage City 

Kansas People (daily), Osage City 

Lyndon Times 

The Lyndon Journal 

The Lyndon Leader 

Kansas Plebeian, Lyndon and Scranton 

Osage County Graphic, Lyndon 

Osage County Times, Scranton and Burlingame 

The Scranton Gazette 

The Carbondale Journal 

Carbondale Independent 

Aston isher & Paralyzer, Carbondale 

The Carbondalian, Carbondale 

The Carbondale Record 

Kansas Workman, Scranton and Quenemo 

Osage County Republican, Quenemo 

The Quenemo Leader 

Melvern Record 

Overbrook Herald 



Years. 



OSBOENE COUNTY. 

Osborne County Farmer, Osborne 

The Truth Teller, Osborne 

Daily News, Osborne 

Osborne County News, Osborne 

Western Odd Fellow (monthly), Osborne 

Osborne County Journal, Osborne 

Bull's City Post 

Osborne County Key, Bull's City , 

The Western Empire, Bull's City 

The Western Empire, Alton 

Downs Times 

Downs Chief.'. 

Downs Globe 

Portis Patriot 

The Whisp3rer, Portis 



OTTAWA COUNTY. 

The Solomon Valley Mirror, Minneapolis 

The Sentinel, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis Messenger, (successor to Sentinel,).. . . 

The Daily Messenger, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis Independent 

Ottawa County Index, Minneapolis 

The Progressive Current, Minneapolis 

Solomon Valley Democrat, Minneapolis 

The Daily Institute. Minneapolis, Nos. 1 to 20 

Kansas Workman (monthly), Minneapolis 

Minneapolis School Journal 

The Sprig of Myrtle (monthly), Minneapolis 

Ottawa County Commercial, Minneapolis 

The Delphos Herald 

Delphos Carrier. 

The Delphos Republican 

Bennington Star 

The Bennington Journal 

Herald and Star, Bennington 

The Tescott Herald 



PAWNEE COUNTY. 

Larned Press 

The Pawnee County Herald, Larned 

The Larned Enterprise-Chronoscope 

Larned Chronoscope 

Larned Daily Chronoscope 

The Larned Optic 

The Larned Weekly Eagle-Optic 

The Labor News, Larned , 

Pawnee County Republican, Larned 

Garfield Letter 

The Garfield News 

The Burdett Bugle 



1888-1890 


2 


1876-1890 


15 


1879-1881 


3 


1882,1883 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1887-1890 


4 


1887,1888 


3 


1876-1879 


3 


1882-1890 


8 


1882,1883 


2 


1882 


1 


1888-1890 


2 


1888-1890 


3 


1890 


1 


1879 


1 


1882-1884 


2 


1885-1887 


2 


1887-1890 


4 


1888 


1 


1883-1888 


6 


1886-1890 


4 


1889,1890 


2 


1884-1890 


6 


1889,1890 


2 


1876-1890 


15 


1880 


1 


1881 


1 


1883-1890 


8 


1886-1888 


1 


1886-1889 


3 


1880 


1 


1881-1882 


1 


1883-1885 


2 


1885-1890 


6 


1880-1890 


11 


1886-1890 


4 


1888-1890 


2 


1881-1390 


9 


1890 


' 


1874-1886 


12 


1876-1883 


8 


1883-1890 


6 


1887 


1 


1876-1881 


6 


1880-1883 


4 


1883,1884 


1 


1884-1890 


6 


1885 


1 


1885-1890 


6 


1S85,1886 


1 


1886-1890 


4 


1886-1890 


4 


1879,1880 


2 


1881-1888 


7 


1888-1890 


2 


1883-1888 


4 


1885 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1887-1890 


3 


1876-1878 


3 


1877,1878 


2 


1878-1888 


11 


1889,1890 


2 


1887.1888 


3 


1878-1884 




1885-1890 




1888,1889 




1886,1887 




1885,1886 




1887,1888 





Seventh Biennial Repobt. 



75 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



PHILLIPS COUNTY, 

ieKirwln Chief. 

Irwin Progress and Kirwin Democrat 

Independent, Kirwin • 

Independent, Kirwin, (second, ) 

?^in Republican 

Graphic 

lillips County Herald, Phillipsburg 

16 Phillipsburg Times 

ie Phillipsburg Dispatch 

lUllpsburg Democrat 

ogan Enterprise 

mips County Freeman, Logan 

le Logan Republican ; 

Long Island Argus 

)ng Island Leader 

Phillips County Democrat, Long Island 

Phillips County Inter-Ocean, Long Island 

Marvin Monitor 

Woodruff Gazette and Republican 



POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. 

Pottawatomie Gazette, Louisville, (vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, and duplicate vol. 1,). 

Kansas Reporter, Louisville 

Pottawatomie County Herald, Louisville 

The Louisville Republican (and The Semi-Weekly Republican) 

The Louisville Indicator 

Pottawatomie County Times, Louisville 

Weekly Kansas Valley, Wamego 

The Wamego Blade 

The Wamego Tribune 

Kansas Agriculturist, Wamego 

Wamego Democrat 

The Daily Wamegan, Wamego 

The Kansas Teacher, Wamego 

St. Marys Times 

St. Marys Democrat 

Pottawatomie Chief, St. Marys 

St. Marys Express 

St. Marys Star 

St. Marys Gazette 

The Dial, St. Marys 

Inkslingers' Advertiser, Westmoreland 

The Weekly Period, Westmoreland 

The Westmoreland Recorder 

The Westmoreland Indicator 

The Onaga Journal 

The Onaga Democrat 

The Onaga Herald 

Independent and Morning News, Havensville 

The Havensville Register 

The (31sburg News-Letter 

The Belvue Dodger 

Butler City News 



The Stafford Citizen 

Pratt County Press, luka 

Pratt County Times, luka 

The luka Traveler 

The Saratoga Sun 

Pratt County Democrat, Saratoga . . . . 

The Cullison Banner 

Cullison Tomahawk 

Pratt County Register, Pratt 

The Pratt County Republican, Pratt . 

Pratt County Union, Pratt 

The Preston Herald 

The Preston Plain Dealer 

Springvale Advocate 



PRATT COtTNTY. 



RAWLINS COUNTY. 

Atwood Pioneer 

Republican Citizen, Atwood 

Rawlins County Democrat, Atwood and Blakeman . . . 

The Atwood Journal 

The Ludell Settler 



1876-1890 
1877,1878 



1883,1884 
1889 
1878-1890 
1884,1885 
188(i-1890 
1887-1890 
1879-1883 
1883-1890 
1886-1890 
1886 
1886-1890 
1886 
1887-1890 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 



1867-1870 
1870-1887 

1879 
1882-1886 
1887-1889 
1889,1890 
1869-1871 

1876 
1877-1882 
1879-1890 
1885,1886 
1887-1889 
1889,1890 
1876.1877 

1878 
1878,1879 



1878 
1882-1885 
1885-1890 
1889,1890 
1^78-1885 



1880-1882 
1889.1890 
1887-1890 
1889 
1889,1890 



1877,1878 
1878-1887 
1881-1890 
1886-1888 
1885-1887 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1888-1890 
1886-1890 
1888-1890 
1890 
1887,1888 



1888 
1884-1887 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS. KANSAS— Continued. 



Newspapers. 



RAWLINS COUNTY — concluded. 



Liidell Gazette 

The Celia Enterprise. . . . 
The Blakeman Register. 
The Herndon Courant . 
McDonald Times 



RENO COUNTY. 

Hutchinson News 

Hutchinson Daily News 

Hutchinson Herald. 

The Interior, Hutchinson 

The Interior-Herald, Hutchinson 

Hutchinson Dally Interior-Herald 

The Sunday Democrat, The Dollar Democrat, The Democrat, and The Hutchinson 

Democrat 

The Hutchinson Call, daily 

Hutchinson Republi jan 

The Hutchinson Times 

The Clipper, Hutchinson 

Kansas Herald, Hutchinson (German) 

The South Hutchinson Leader 

The Saturday Review, South Hutchinson 

The Journal, South Hutchinson 

The Argosy, Nickerson 

The Nickerson Register and The Nickerson Industry 

The Nickerson Dally Register 

The Arlington Enterprise 

Sylvia Telephone 

The Sylvia Herald 

The Sylvia Banner 

The Haven Independent 

The Turon Rustler 

Turon Headlight , 

Partridge Cricket and Press 

Lerado Ledger 

The Weekly Press, Olcutt 

The Torch Light, Plevna 



REPUBLIC COUNTY. 

The Belleville Republic 

The Belleville Telescope 

The Weekly Record, Belleville 

The Belleville Democrat 

Republic County Press, Belleville 

Scandia Republic 

The Republic County Journal, Scandia 

Republican-Journal, Scandia 

Scandia Journal 

Republic County Independent, Scandia 

Republic County Chief, Scandia 

The Scandia Independent 

White Rock Independent 

Republic City News 

Conservative Cuban, Cuba 

Republic County Pilot, Cuba , 

The Cuba Union and The Union Pilot, Cuba 

The Cuba Daylight 

The Wayne Register 

The Warwick Leader 

Cortland Register 



RICE COUNTY. 

Rice County Gazette, Sterling 

Sterling Gazette 

Weekly Bulletin, and The Sterling Bulletin 

Sterling Weekly Champion 

The Daily Bulletin, Sterling 

Sterling Republican, weekly 

Sterling Republican^ daily 

The Arkansas Valley Times, Sterling 

The Saturday Republican, Sterling 

The Lyons Republican 

The Daily Republican, Lyons 

The Lyons Daily Republican 

Central Kansas Democrat, (1882, 1883, 1888, 1889 lacking,) Lyons. 
Central Kansas Democrat, dally, Lyons 



1887-1890 
1885-1888 
1887-1890 



1876-1890 
1886-1890 
1876-1885 
1877-1885 
1885-1890 
1887 

1883-1890 
1888 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 
1888-1890 
1886,1887 
1887-1890 
1888.1889 
1878-1890 
1884-1890 
1887 
1885-1890 
1886-1889 
1889,1890 
1889.1890 
1886-1890 
1886-1889 
1889,1890 
1886.1887 
1886-1888 
1889 



1876 
1876-1890 
1883-1885 
1886-1890 
1889,1390 

1877 
1878-1880 

1881 
1882-1890 
1883-1884 
1885,1886 
1887-1889 

1879 
1883-1890 
1884-1886 
1885-1888 
1888-1890 

1890 
1885-1887 
1886,1887 
1889,1890 



1876-1880 

1881-1890 

1877-1890 

1888-1890 

1887-1888 

1886,1887 

1887 

1888 

1888 

1879-1890 

1882 

1887,1888 

1879-1890 

1886,1887 



Seventh biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Netvspapers. 



KICK COUNTY — Concluded. 

le Lyons Prohibitionist 

The Soldiers' Tribune, Lyons 

"le Lyons Tribune 

lice County Eagle, Lyons 

le Lyons Democrat 

Dhe Rural West, Little River 

Che Little River Monitor 

le Chase Dispatch 

Phe Weekly Record, Chase 

jneseo Herald 

tie Raymond Independent , 

Che Cain City Razzooper 

Partridge Press 

idependent, Frederick 

\e Alden Herald 

RILEY COUNTY. 

[anhattan Express 

le Kansas Radical, Manhattan, (duplicate of 1867 and 1868, ) 

Phe Manhattan Independent, ( 1865 lacking, ) 

The Manhattan Standard, (triplicate of 1869 and duplicate of 1870,) 

^Manhattan Homestead 

le Nationalist, Manhattan, (eleven duplicates, ) 

16 Literary Review, Manhattan 

lanhattan Beacon, (two duplicates, ) . . , 

Che Industrialist, Manhattan, (twelve duplicates, ) 

lanhattan Enterprise 

Che Kansas Telephone, Manhattan 

Che Manhattan Republic 

[anhattan Daily Republic 

Che Independent, Manhattan 

Che Mercury, Manhattan 

le Golden Cresset (monthly), Manhattan 

^yhe Journal of Mycology (monthly), Manhattan 

le Saturday Signal, Manhattan 

^he Signal, Manhattan 

The Midget, Manhattan 

" mdolph Echo 

Che Randolph Enterprise . . ^ 

The Riley Times 

tThe Independent, Riley Center 

[The Riley Regent 

fjjeonardville Monitor 

ila City Advance 

BOOKS COUNTY. 

le Stockton News and the Western News, (except 1881, see Plainvllle News 

>ks County Record, Stocktoh , 

Stockton Democrat 

Jtockton Eagle , 

3tockton Academician, (quarterly, ) 

[The Plainville News, (moved from Stockton for one year, ) 

'The Plainville Press 

f Plainville Echo 

;Plalnville Times 

! Webster Eagle 

'• Webster Enterprise 

f Woodston Saw and Register 

[Cresson Dispatch 

RUSH COUNT y. 

' Rush County Progress, Rush Center, and LaCrosse Eagle 

yliaCrosse Chieftain 

iLaCrosse Clarion 

JLaCrosse Democrat 

^'The Blade, Walnut City 

. The Herald, Walnut City 

"Walnut City Gazette, Rush Center 

The Democrat, Walnut City 

■Walnut City News (daily) 

Rush Center Gazette 

Rush County News, Rush Center 

-The McCracken Enterprise 



1881,1882 
1886-1890 
1884,1885 



1887,1888 

1887,1888 

1887 



1866-1868 
1864-1868 
1868-1870 
1869-1890 
1870-1890 
1872 
1872-1875 
1875-1890 
1876-1882 
1881-1890 
1882-1890 
1887-1890 



1884,1885 
1885-1888 
1888,1889 



1882-1887 
1888-1890 
1887-1889 
1879-1882 
1889,1890 
1884-1890 



1876-1890 
1879-1890 
1885-1889 
1887,1888 
1888-1890 
1881 
1885,1886 
1884-1886 



1877,1878 
1882-1890 
1889,1890 
1887-1890 
1878-1882 
1883-1886 



1887,1888 
1888-1890 
1888-1890 
18S7-1890 



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Newspapers. 




RUSSELL, COUNTY. 

Russell County Record, Russell 

Russell County Advance, Russell 

Russell Independent 

The Russell Hawkeye 

Russell Live-Stock Journal, and Russell Journal 

Russell Review, and Democratic Review, Russell 

Russell County School Signal, Russell 

Bunker Hill Advertiser 

Bunker Hill Banner 

Bunker Hill Banner (second ) 

The Bunker Hill News 

Bunker Hill Gazette 

The Dorrance Nugget 

Luray Headlight 

The Lucas Advance 

Waldo Enterprise 

ST. JOHN COUNTY. (SeeLogau.) 
The Oakley Opinion 

SALINE COUNTY. 

The Salina Herald 

Salina Daily Herald 

Saline County Journal, Salina 

Saline County Daily Journal, Salina 

Farmers' Advocate, Salina 

The Weekly Democrat, Salina 

Svenska Herolden, Salina : 

The Salina Independent 

The Salina Republican 

Salina Daily Republican 

The Rising Sun, Salina 

The Salina Sun 

Wesleyan Advocate, Salina 

The Normal Register, Salina 

Vade Mecum (monthly), Salina 

Woman's Mission Star, Salina 

Western Odd Fellow, Salina, (monthly,) 

The Evening News, Salina : 

Salina Gazette 

The Weekly Tidings, Salina 

Bi'ookville Independent 

Brookville Transcript 

Brookville Times 

Chico Advertiser 

The Gypsum Banner 

Gypsum Valley Echo 

Assaria Argus 

SCOTT COUNTY. 

Western Times, Scott City 

Scott County News, Scott City 

Scott County Herald, Scott City 

The Scott Sentinel, Scott City 

The Sentinel-Herald, Scott City 

Grigsby City Scorcher 

The Pence Phonograph 

SEDGWICK COUNTY. 

Wichita Vidette, (August 25, 1870. to March 11, 1871.) 

Wichita City Eagle, (1873-1876 lacking,) 

Wichita Daily Eagle 

Wichita Weekly Beacon 

The Wichita Daily Beacon, (the Evening News-Beacon, 1889-90, 3 volumes,) 

Wichita Herald 

Stern des Westens, Wichita 

National Monitor, Wichita 

Daily Republican, Wichita 

Wichita Republican 

Wichita Daily Times 

Sedgwick Jayhawker and Palladium, Wichita 

The New Republic, Wichita 

Wichita Daily Evening Resident 

The Arrow, Wichita 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Wichita , 

Wichita Herald 



1876-1890 
1878 
1879-1881 
1882.1883 
1885-1890 



1880,1881 
1882,1883 



1887,1888 



1887-1890 
1888-1890 
1888-1890 



1876-1890 
1887.1888 
1876-1890 
1887,1888 
1876-1879 
1878,1879 
1878-1881 
1882-1885 



1889-1890 
1888.1889 
1885-1890 



1888-1890 
1889-1890 

1889 
1887-1890 

1880 
1881-1890 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 
1886-1890 
1887-1889 



1885.1886 
1886-1890 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1889,1890 
1887 
1887-1889 



1870,1871 
1872-1890 
1884-1890 
1874-1890 
1884-1890 
1877-1879 
1879 
1879.1880 
1880.1881 
1880,1881 
1881-1884 



1886-1890 
1886-1890 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



Years. 



SEDGWICK COJTSTY — concluded. 

e Wichita Citizen, Labor Union, Labor Union Press, and Independent . 

The Wichita District Advocate 

Sunday Growler, Wichita 

Wichita Daily Journal 

Wichita Daily Call 

Wichita Globe 

Western Evangelist, Wichita 

""he Leader, (prohibition, ) Wichita, (see Topeka, ) 

~ e Wichita Commercial 

e Mirror, Wichita 

e Journal, Wichita 

The Democrat. Wichita '. 

Western Methodist, Wichita 

Cheney Journal. 

The Cheney Weekly Blade 

Valley Center News 

The Mount Hope Mentor 

Clearwater Leader ' 

The Clearwater Sun 

The Colwlch Courier 

Garden Plain Herald 

The Weekly Report, Goddard 



SEQUOYAH COUNTY. 

The Garden City Paper 

The Irrigator, Garden City 



(See Finney county.) 



SEWAED COUNTY. 

The Prairie Owl. Fargo Springs 

Seward Countj- Democrat, Fargo Springs 

The Fargo Springs News 

Springfield Transcript 

Springfield Soap-Box 

Springfield Republican 

Seward County Courant, Springfield 

Seward Independent 

The Arkalon News 

The Liberal Leader 

Southwest Chronicle, Liberal 



SHAWNEE COUNTY. 

Daily Kansas Freeman, Topeka, (October 24 to November 7.) 

The Kansas Tribune, Topeka 

Topeka Tribune, (two sets, ) 

The Topeka Tribune 

Topeka Daily Tribune, (January 12 to March 1,) 

The Congregational Record, Topeka, (see Douglas county). 

Weekly Kansas State Record, Topeka, (1863-1867 lacking, and 7 duplicates,) 

Dally Kansas State Record, Topeka, (January to June, 1870, lacking, and 10 duplicates,) 

Fair Daily Record, Topeka,.( duplicate volume, ) 

The Kansas Farmer, monthly, (Topeka, May, 1863, March and April, 1864; Lawrence, 
January, 1865, to July, 1867 ; Leavenworth, September, 1867, to December, 1873 : 
Topeka, weekly, 1873 to 1884,) eight duplicates 

Kansas Educational Journal, Topeka, (see Leavenworth county). 

Topska Leader, (1866 and 1867, duplicates,) 

Commonwealth, daily, Topeka, (50 duplicates, ) 

The Weekly Commonwealth, Topeka, ( 13 duplicates, ) 

Tanner and Cobbler, Topeka 

Kansas Magazine (monthly), Topeka 

Topeka Daily Blade, ( 1874 not published, 1 duplicate, ) 

Topeka Weekly Blade 

Kansas State Journal (daily), Topeka 

Kansas Weekly State Journal, Topeka 

Kansas Democrat. Topeka 

American Young Folks (monthly), Topeka 

Times (daily), Topeka 

The Kansas Churchman, monthly, Topeka, ( 1883-1885, Lawrence, ) 

Commercial Advertiser, Topeka ! 

Educational Calendar (monthly), Topeka 

Colored Citizen, Topeka '. 

Der Courier, Topeka 

The Daily Capital, Topeka 

Weekly Capital and Farmers' Journal, Topeka 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Topeka 



1887-1890 

1887 

1887 

1887,1888 

1888 

1887-1889 

1888-1890 

1888-1890 

1890 

1889-1890 

1884-1886 

1888-1890 

1885-1890 

1885-1890 

1886-1888 

1888-1890 

1887-1890 

1887-1888 



1879 
1882 



1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1888-1890 
1888-1890 



1855-1858 

1858-1861 

1866,1867 

1864 

1859-1875 

1868-1871 

1871 



1863-1890 



1869-1888 
1874-1888 

1872 
1872.1873 
1873-1879 
1876-1879 
1879-1890 
1879-1886 
1874-1882 
1876-1882 

1876 
1876-1886 

1877 
1877,1878 
1878,1879 
1878-1880 
1879-1890 
1883-1888 
1879-1881 



80 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



SHAWNEE COUNTY — Concluded. 
The Kansas Methodist and Kansas Methodist-Chautauqua, Topeka, (monthly 1879, 1880 

and weekly 1881-1886,) 1 

The Topeka Tribune [ 

The Topeka Post (daily) 1 

The Whim- Wham, Topeka 

The Educationist, Topeka 

Western School Journal (monthly), Topeka 

The Kansas Telegraph, Topeka 

Good Tidings, Topeka 

Daily Democrat and Daily State Press, Topeka 

The Colored Patriot, Topeka 

The Evening Herald, Topeka 

The Faithful Witness (semi-monthly), Topeka 

The National Workman, Topeka 

Saturday Evening Lance, Topeka 

The Kansas Newspaper Union, Topeka 

The Topeka Tribune 

Anti-Monopolist, Topeka 

The Daily Critic, Topeka 

New Paths in the Far West (German monthly), Topaka 

Light ( Masonic monthly ), Topeka 

The Kansas Knight and Soldier (semi-monthly), Topeka 

The Spirit of Kansas, Topeka 

Western Baptist.. 

City and Farm Record and Real Estate Journal (monthly), Topeka 

The Kansas Law Journal, Topeka 

The Citizen (daily), Topeka 

The Washburn Argo (monthly), Topeka 

The Washburn Reporter, Topeka 

The Kansas Democrat ( daily ), Topeka 

Our Messenger (monthly), Topeka 

Welcome, Music and Home Journal (monthly), Topeka 

Kansas Home (monthly), Topeka 

The Lantern, Topeka 

The Printer Girl, Topeka 

The Christian Citizen, Topeka 

The Association Reflector, Topeka 

The Kansas Financier, Topeka 

The Jeffersonian, Topeka 

Villa Range, Topeka 

Sunday Ledger, Topeka : 

The Topeka Republican 

The Western Veteran, Topeka 

The Advocate, Meriden and Topeka 

The Alliance Tribune, Topeka 

Kansas Medical Journal, Topeka 

The Western Poultry Breeder, Topeka 

Topeka Times, North Topeka, (March, 1873, to February, 1874, lacking, ) 

North Topeka Times 

North Topeka Daily Argus, and Times 

The Evening Republic, North Topeka 

North Topeka Mail 

North Topeka Daily Courier 

The North Topeka News , 

News (daily). North Topeka 

Potwin Tribune, Potwln Place ; 

Kansas Valley Times, Rossville 

The Rossville News 

Carpenter's Kansas Lyre, Rossville 

The Rossville Times 

Silver Lake News 

The Future (monthly), Richland 



SHERIDAN COUNTY. 

Sheridan County Tribune, Kenneth 

Weekly Sentinel, Kenneth and Hoxie 

Democrat, Kenneth and Hoxie 

Sheridan Times 

Selden Times 



8HEBMAN COUNTY. 

The New Tecumseh, Gandy, Leonard, and Itasca 

Sherman County Republican, Itasca, Sherman Center, and Goodland. 

Sherman Center News, Sherman Center and Goodland 

The Goodland News 

Voltaire Adviser 

Sherman County News, Voltaire 



1879-1888 


10 


1880,1881 


2 


1880,1881 


3 


1880 


1 


1880,1881 


2 


1880-1884 


4 


1885-1890 


6 


1881-1890 


10 


1881-1886 


5 


1881,1882 


1 


1882 


1 


1882 


1 


1882-1886 


4 


1882 


1 


1883-1890 


7 


1883-1890 


7 


1883-1885 


2 


1883,1884 


1 


1884 


1 


1884,1885 


1 


1884-1889 


5 


1884-1889 


4 


1884-1890 


5 


1884-1889 


5 


1884-1889 


5 


1883-1887 


4 


1885,1886 


1 


1885-1890 


5 


1887-1890 


4 


1886-1890 


10 


1886-1890 


5 


1885-1888 


3 


1886-1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1888.1889 


1 


1888.1889 


1 


1888-1890 


1 


1888-1890 


2 


1889.1890 


2 


1890 


1 


1888-1890 


3 


1889,1890 


1 


1889,1890 


2 


1889.1890 


1 


1889.1890 


1 


1889.1890 


2 


1889,1890 


1 


1871-1874 


3 


1876-1885 


10 


1880.1881 


3 


1882 


1 


1882-1890 


8 


1887.1888 


1 


1888-1890 


3 


1888 


1 


1889-1890 


1 


1879-1882 


4 


1883.1884 


1 


1884-1888 


4 


1888-1890 


2 


1882 


1 


1883-1887 


2 


1881,1882 


1 


1884-1890 


6 


1885-1890 


5 


1887.1888 


1 


1889.1890 


2 


1885.1886 


1 


1886-1890 


4 


1886.1887 


1 


1887-1890 


3 


1885.1886 


1 


1886-1888 


2 



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81 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



Newspapers. 




8HEBMAN COUNTY — Concluded. 

lerman County Dark Horse, Eustis 

Jhemian County Democrat, Eustis 

Jtate Line Register, Lamborn 

SMITH COUNTY. 

lith County Pioneer, Smith Centre 

le Daily Pioneer, Smitli Centre 

le Kansas Free Press, Smitli Centre 

lith County Record, Smith Centre 

lith County Weekly Bulletin, Smith Centre 

16 Bazoo, Smith Centre • 

Stewart's Bazoo, Smith Centre 

" lylord Herald 

Che Toiler and Independent, Harlan 

' le Harlan Weekly Chief 

Harlan Advocate 

Phe Harlan Enterprise 

Cedarville Telephone 

le Cedarville Review . 

Bdarville Globe 

le Dispatch, Reamsville 

Phe People's Fi*iend, Reamsville 

Cora Union .' 

Phe Lebanon Criterion 

jbanon Journal . 

Phe Union Labor Trumpet, Kensington .^ 

The Kensington Mirror .* 

Tniou Labor Trumpet, The Athol News, The People's Friend 

STAFFOBD COUNTY. 

Stafford County Herald, Stafford, (1887 and 1888 lacking,) . . . 

Stafford County Republican, Stafford 

Stafford County Democrat, Stafford 

?he Weekly Telegram, Stafford 

?he Alliance Herald, Stafford 

Plain Truth, Stafford 

le St. John Advance ,. . . 

le Sun, St. John . 

Jounty Capital, St. John 

Stafford County Rustler, St. John 

It. John Weekly News 

The Stafford County Bee, Milwaukee 

Phe Macksvllle Times , 

[acksville Telephone 

The Cassody Herald 

The Cassody Mirage 

3ward Independent 

STANTON COUNTY. 

Teteran Sentinel, and Johnson City and Syracuse Sentinel. . . 

"le Johnson City World 

Jtanton County Eclipse, Johnson City 1. . 

rohnson City Journal 

|Stanton Telegram, Gognac and Johnson City 

"Stanton County Republican, Johnson City 

fThe Mitchellville Courier 

[The Border Rover, Borders 

STEVENS COUNTY. 

[ugo Herald, Hugoton 

[ugoton Hermes 

IWoodsdale Democrat 

{'Woodsdale Sentinel 

fStevens County Tribune, Woodsdale 

~)ermot Enterprise 

rThe Voorhees Vindicator 

fZella Gazette and Moscow Review 

SUMNER COUNTY. 

'-Sumner County Press, Wellington . 

.Wellington Daily Press 

rSumner County Democrat, Wellington 

The Wellington Semi-Weekly Vidette 

• The Wellingtonian, Wellington 

; The Wellington Democrat 

: Sumner County Standard, Wellington 



1886-1890 
1887-1889 



1876-1890 
1887,1888 
1879-1881 
1882,1883 
1884-1890 
1885-1889 
1889,1890 
1879-1890 
1879,1880 
1884,1885 
1885-1887 
1887,1888 
1883 
1884,1885 
1886-1890 
1884-1886 
1887,1888 
1886-1887 
1887,1890 
1889,1890 
1888-1890 



1879-1890 
1886-1890 



1885-1888 
1887-1890 
1889,1890 
1888-1890 



1886,1887 
1887-1889 
1889,1890 



1886 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1888-1890 
1888-1889 
1889,1890 
1887,1888 
1887-1889 



1886- 
1887- 



1887, 
1887- 



1873-1890 
1886,1887 
1877-1879 
1879 
1881-1885 
1882-1884 



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Newspapers. 



SUMNEB covnTy: — concluded. 

Daily Standard, Wellington 

The Dally Postal Card, Wellington 

The Republican, Wellington 

The Wellington Monitor 

Kansas Weather Observer, Wellington 

Wellington Morning Quid Nunc, (daily, ) 

Wellington Quid Nunc 

Wellington Daily Telegram 

The Christian Reminder, Wellington 

The Daily Mail, Wellington 

Wellington Gazette, daily 

Oxford Independent 

Oxford Reflex and Weekly 

The xMocking Bird, Oxford 

The Oxford Register 

Caldwell Post 

Caldwell Journal 

Caldwell Daily Journal 

Oklahoma War Chief, Wichita, January 12 to March 9, 1883; Geuda Springs, March 23 to 
July 19, 1883; Oklahoma Territory, April 26 and May 3, 1884; Arkansas City, May 10, 
1884; Geuda Springs, August 30, 1884; South Haven, October 23 to December 4, 1884; 
Arkansas City, February 3 to June 11, 1885; Caldwell, June 18, 1885, to August 12, 1886. . . 

Caldwell Commercial 

Caldwell Standard ; 

The Free Press, Caldwell 

Times, Caldwell .» 

The Caldwell News, daily and weekly 

The Industrial Age, Caldwell 

Geuda Springs Herald 

Belle Plaine News 

The Kansas Odd Fellow, Belle Plaine 

Tha Resident, Belle Plaine 

Mulvane Herald 

Mulvane Record • 

Argonia Clipper 

Conway Springs Star 

The Weekly News, South Haven 

The South Haven New Era 

The South Haven Rustler 

The Patrick Henry, South Haven 



THOMAS COUNTY. 



Thomas County Cat, Colby 

The Democrat, Colby 

The Free Press, Colby 

The Colby Tribune 

The Hastings and Brewster Gazette . 
The Brewster Gazette 



TBEGO COUNTY. 

The Wa-Keeney Weekly World '. 

Kansas Leader, Wa-Keeney 

Trego County Tribune, Wa-Keeney 

Trego County Gazette, Wa-Keeney 

Trego County Republican, Wa-Keeney 

Globe, Cyrus 



WABAUNSEE COUNTY. 



The Wabaunsee County Herald, Alma 

The Alma Weekly Union 

Wabaunsee County News, Alma 

The Blade, Alma 

Wabaunsee County Herald, Alma 

Tlie Alma Enterprise . ■ . 

The Alma Signal 

The Land-Mark, Eskridge, (not published from December, 1874, to June 30, 1883, 

The Home Weekly, Eskridge 

The Eskridge Star 

Wabaunsee County Democrat, Eskridge 

The Alta Vista Register 

The Alta Vista Bugle 

The Alta Vista Record 

The Paxico Courier 



1887,1888 
1887,1888 



1888-1890 



1876-1879 
1880,1881 
1888-1890 
1884-1888 
1879-1883 



1884 
1885,1886 
1886.1887 
1887-1890 
1887-1889 
1882-1890 
1879-1890 
1882,1883 
1885,1886 
1880-1882 
1885-1890 
1884-1890 



1885-1890 



1879-1890 
1879,1880 



1887,1888 

1889 

1882,1883 



1869-1871 ! 

1871.1872 I 

1876-1890 

1877,1878 

1879-1881 

1884-1890 

1889,1890 

1873-1883 

1881-1888 



1887-1889 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continxjed. 



Newspapers. 



WALLACE COUNTY. 

allace County Register, Wallace * , 

allace County News ■. 

Wallace Weekly Herald 

Wallace County Gazette, Wallace. . 

The Western Times, Sharon Springs 

Sharon Springs Leader 

The Weskansan, Weskan 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

stern Observer, and Washington Republican, (broken flies, 

ashington Republican and Watchman • 

Washington Republican 

Washington County Register, Washington 

The Washington County Daily Register, Washington 

Weekly Post, Washington 

Washington Daily Post 

Washington Daily Times 

Western Independent, Hanover 

Washington County Sun, and Hanover Democrat 

The Hanover Democrat 

Grit, Hanover 

The Clifton Localist 

Clifton Journal and Review 

Clifton Review 

The Local News, and The Semi- Weekly News, Clifton 

The Greenleaf Journal 

The Greenleaf Independent 

The Independent-Journal, Greenleaf 

Greenleaf Journal 

Greenleaf Herald 

The Haddam Weekly Clipper 

The New Era, Haddam 

Haddam Politician 

Palmer Weekly Globe 

Palmer Pioneer 

The Barnes Enterprise 

The Record, Hollenberg 

The Linn Gazette , 

WICHITA COUNTY. 

Wichita Standard, Bonasa and Leoti City 

Leotl Lance 

Wichita County Democrat, Leoti City 

The Leoti Transcript, Leoti City 

The Western Farmer, Leoti 

Wichita County Herald, Coronado 

The Coronado Star 

Wichita County Farmer, Coronado, Farmer City, and Leotl. . . 
The Selkirk Graphic 

WILSON COUNTY. 

Wilson County Citizen, Fredonia 

Fredonia Tribune 

Fredonia Democrat 

The Times, Fredonia 

Fredonia Chronicle 

Neodesha Free Press 

Neodesha Gazette 

Neodesha Register 

Neodesha Independent 

Altoona Advocate 

Altoona Journal ; . ; 

The Benedict Echo 

Buffalo Clipper 

Buffalo Express 

The Buffalo Advocate 

The Coyville Press 

WOODSON COUNTY. 

Woodson County Post, Neosho Falls 

Neosho Falls Post 

Woodson County Republican and Independent, Neosho Falls. . 

Weekly News, Yates Center, and The Yates Center News 

Yates Center Argus 

Woodson Democrat, Yates Center 

Th^ Sun and Independent-Sun, Yates Center 



Years. 



1886, 1887 



1886-1890 
1887-1890 
1888-1890 



1869. 1870 

1870. 1871 
1876-1890 
1881-1890 
1884, 1885 
1883-1890 

1887 
1887, 1888 
1876, 1877 

1878 
1878-1890 
1884, 1885 

1878 
1878-1880 
1881-1890 
1885-1890 
1881-1883 
1882, 1883 
1883-1887 
1887-1890 
1883-1889 
1883-1890 
1886, 1887 

1889 

1884 



1885-1890 
1886, 1887 
1886, 1887 
1887-1890 
1889, 1890 
1886, 1887 



1870-1890 
1878, 1879 
1882-1890 
1883-1885 
1885-1888 
1876-1882 
1881, 1882 
1883-1890 
1887, 1888 
1886, 1887 
1887-1890 



1873-1883 
1883-1890 
1886, 1887 
1877-1890 
1882, 1883 
1884-1890 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Concluded. 



Netvspapers. 



WOODSON COTTSTY— concluded. 

Yates Center Tribune . 

' The Toronto Topic ". 

Register, Toronto 

The Toronto Republican 

WYANDOTTE COUNTY. 

Quindaro Chindowan 

Wyandotte Gazette, (1869 and 1873 lacking, ) , 

Wyandotte Herald, (1873 lacking,) 

The Pioneer, Kansas City 

The Kansas Pilot, Kansas City. 

The Kawsmouth Pilot, Wyandotte , 

Equitable Aid Advocate (monthly), Wyandotte , 

Wyandotte Republican (daily and weekly) 

The Wyandotte Chief 

Kansas Pioneer, Wyandotte 

The Kansas City Gazette 

The Kansas City Daily Gazette 

The Stock Farm and Home Weekly, Kansas City 

The Spy, Kansas City 

The Globe and The Sun and Globe, Kansas City 

Light, Kansas City 

The Kansas Weekly Cyclone, Kansas City 

The Chronicle, Kansas City 

Kansas Herald (German), Kansas City 

The Kansas Catholic, Leavenworth and Kansas City 

The Weekly Press, Kansas City 

The Wasp, Rosedale 

Rosedale Record 

Rosedale Era 

Argentine Republic 

The Argentine Advocate 

Cromwell's Kansas Mirror, Armourdale 



1886,1887 
1888-1890 



1857,1858 

1866-1888 

1872-1890 

1878-1880 

1879,1881 

1881 

1881-1883 

1881.1882 

1883,1885 

1883-1889 

1889,1890 

1887-1890 

1880 

1881,1882 

1884,1886 

1884-1886 

1887,1888 

1890 

1890 

1890 

1890 

1884.1885 

1888 

1889,1800 

1887-1890 

1888 

1887-1890 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES. 



Newspapers, 




ALABAMA. 

The Nationalist, Mobile 

ALASKA. 

The Alaska Free Press, Juneau 

The Alaskan, Sitka 

ARIZONA. 

Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner, Prescott 

CALirOBNIA. 

Overland Monthly, San Francisco, f . s 

Overland Monthly, San Francisco, s. s 

San Francisco W^eekly Post 

The Alaska Appeal, San Francisco 

The Pacific Rural Press, San Francisco. , 

California Patron and Agriculturist, San Francisco, 

The California Prohibitionist, San Francisco 

American Sentinel, Oakland 

Signs of the Times, Oakland 

Pacific Health Journal (monthly), Oakland 

COLOKADO. 

Silver World, Lake City 

Hinsdale Phonograph, Lake City 

Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver 

Denver Daily Tribune 

The Denver Republican (daily) 

The Queen Bee (monthly), Denver 

The Commonwealth (monthly), Denver 

The Great Divide (monthly), Denver 



1868-1875 


15 


1883-1890 


16 


1879-1888 


11 


1879,1880 


1 


1882-1890 


•8 


1886-1888 


b 


1889,1890 


1 


1886-1889 


4 


1886-1890 


5 


1886-1890 


4 


1877-1888 


11 


1888,1889 


1 


1878-1890 


13 


1884 


2 


1887-1890 


6 


1887-1890 


2 



1889,1890 



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Newspapers. 



COLOKADO — coyicluded. 

»lorado School Journal, Denver 

The Denver Press 

The Rocky Mountain Presbyterian, Denver and Cincinnati 1879,1880 | 

The Gunnison Review, (weekly,) i 1880,1881 I 

The Gunnison Dally and Trl- Weekly Review-Press I 188'2-1890 

Mountain Mail (semi-weekly), Salida I 1880-1890 

Grand Junction News j 1884 

Grand Valley Star, Grand Junction '• 1890 

White Pine Cone ! 1884-1890 

The Otero County Eagle, La Junata 1889,1890 

Law and Gospel (monthly), Springfield ' i 1886-1890 

The Fruita Star 



CONNECTICUT. 

The Connecticut Courant, Hartford 

Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, Hartford 

Travelers Record (monthly), Hartford 

Middlesex Gazette, Middletown, 1804, 1805 and 1817 

Silliman's Journal of Science and Arts, New Haven, vols. 1, and 37 to ■ 



1796-1799 I 3 

1876-1890 I 14 

1886-1890 5 

1804-1817 3 

(bi-monthly).. : 1818-1869 13 



Dakota Teacher, Huron . . . 
Bismarck Weekly Tribune. 
Pierre Daily Capital 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Kendall's Expositor, Washington , 

The National Era, Washington 

The Council Fire, Washington 

The Alpha. Washington. 



1887-1890 
1890 



The Washington World '. '. '. | 



National Tribune, Washington. (1885 and 1887 lacking,). 

United Slates Government publications, monthly catalogue, W'ashlngton. 

The Official Gazette of the United States, Patent Office, Washington 

Public Opinion, Washington and New York 



The Florida Dispatch, Jacksonville , 

The Advertiser, Apopka 

The Monthly Bulletin, Tallahassee. 



GEOBGIA. 

Southern Industrial Record (monthly), Atlanta. 

Atlanta Constitution 

Spelman Messenger (monthly), Atlanta .... 



ILLINOIS. 



1847- 
1879- 
1881- 
1882- 
1883- 
1885- 
188.5- 
1887- 



1841 1 

-1859 I 13 

-1882 3 

-1888 8 



1889 
1890 
1890 
1890 



1885-1 890 

1 890 

1889.1 890 



1835- 1890 
1887, 1888 
1833- 1890 



Religio-Philosophical Journal, Chicago 1868-1877 

The Inter-Ocean, Chicago 1874-1881 

Semi-Weekly Inter-Ocean, Chicago \ 1879-1890 

Faith's Record (monthly), Chicago 1874-1881 

Commercial Advertiser, Chicago 1877-1879 

Industrial World and Commercial Advertiser, Chicago i 1880-1882 

Industrial World and Iron Worker, Chicago ' 1882-1890 

American Antiquarian (quarterly). Chicago 1878-1890 

Weekly Drovers' Journal, Chicago 1879-1890 

The Standard, Chicago 1880-1890 

Farmers' Review, Chicago 1880,1881 

Chicago Journal of Commerce 1881 

National Sunday School Teacher (monthly ), Chicago .- 1869-1881 

Landowner, Chicago 1870-1873 

Chicago Advance, (files for 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1877, 1879, 1884, and one duplicate,) 1872-1884 

The Dial (monthly), Chicago 1881-1890 

Brown and Holland's Short-Hand News (monthly), Chicago ! 1882-1884 

The Watchman ( semi-monthlyl, Chicago 1882-1889 

The Weekly Magazine, Chicago 1882-1885 

The New Era, Chicago i 1883-1885 

The Weekly News, Chicago I 1884-1886 

Svenska Amerikanaren, Chicago 1885-1890 

The Unitarian (monthly), Chicago 1886,1887 

The Union Signal, Chicago 1886-1890 

The Penman's Gazette (monthly), Chicago and New York 1886 

Pravada (monthly), Chicago 1886-1890 

The Western Trail (monthly), Chicago 1886-1890 



86 



S TA TE . HIS TOBICAL S O CIE TY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



Neivspapers. 




ILLINOIS — concluded. 



Gaskell's Magazine (monthly), Chicago 

The Open Court, Chicago 

The Comrade (bi-monthly), Chicago.. 

Soldier and Citizen (monthly), Chicago 

The National Educator (monthly) Chicago 

The Chicago Express 

Newspaper Union (monthly), Chicago 

The Lever, Chicago : 

Unity, Chicago 

National Journalist (monthly), Chicago 

The Inland Printer (monthly), Chicago 

Young Men's Era, Chicago 

National Reveille, Chicago 

Humane Journal (monthly), Chicago 

The Kindergarten, Chicago 

National \V. C. T. U. Bulletin, Evanston 

The Odd Fellows' Herald (semi-monthly), Bloomington. 

The Western Plowman (monthly), Moline 

The Grange News, River Forest 

The Gospel Messenger, Mt. Morris 



INDIAN TEERITOEY AND OKLAHOMA. 



The Cherokee Advocate, Tahlequah 

The Cheyenne Transporter, Darlington. 

Indian Chieftain, Vinita 

The Oklahoma Capital, Guthrie 

The Oklahoma Daily Capital, Guthrie. . . 

Oklahoma Optic, Guthrie 

Evening Democrat, Guthrie • 

The Frisco Herald 

Hennessey Clipper 

The Courier, Hennessey 

The Evening Gazette, Oklahoma 

Oklahoma Daily Journal 

Oklahoma City Daily Times 

The Mulhall Monitor 



INDIANA. 

Indiana State Journal, Indianapolis 

The Millstone and The Corn Miller (monthly), Indianapolis. 

Our Herald, La Fayette 

Mennonitische Rundschau, Elkhart 

Indiana Student (monthly), Bloomington 



IOWA. 

Davenport Gazette 

The Weekly Hawk-Eye, Burlington 

The Burlington Hawk-Eye (daily I 

The Iowa Historical Record (quarterly), Iowa City. 
The Christna (semi-monthly). Tabor 



KENTUCKY. 

Weekly Courier-Journal, Louisville 

Southern Bivouac (monthly), Louisville 



LOUISIANA. 

South-Western Christian Advocate, New Orleans . . 
The Times-Democrat (daily,) New Orleans 



Oxford Observer, Paris 

Oxford Democrat, Paris 

Maine Advertiser, Norway 

The Kennebec Journal, Augusta 



MARYLAND. 

Johns Hopkins University Circular, Baltimore, (1882 and 1884 lacking,). 

Jottings (montlily ), Baltimore 

The American Journal of Psychology, Baltimore, (quarterly, ) 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

The Boston Chronicle, Dec. 21, 1767, to Dec. 19, 1768 

Federal Orrery, Boston, Oct. 20, 1794, to April 18, 1796, and scattering duplicates from 

Oct. 20, 1794, to Oct. 12, 1795 

Massachusetts Mercury, Boston, May 11, 1798, to Aug. 9, 1799 

The Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertizer, Boston, from Jan. 1, 1798, to 

Dec. 17, 1801 



1887,1890 


4 


1887,1^88 


2 


1889,1890 


1 


1887.1888 


2 


1888-1890 


3 


1888-1890 


2 


1890 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1889,1890 


2 


1889,1890 


2 


1890 


1 


1890 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1888-1890 


2 


1889,1890 


1 


1883-1890 


7 


1885-1890 


6 


1885,1886 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1881-1890 


9 


1883-1886 


4 


1884-1890 


7 


1889,1890 


2 


1889 


1 


1889 


1 


1890 


2 


1889,1890 


1 


1890 


1 


1890 


1 


1889,1890 


3 


1890 


2 


1890 


2 


1890 


1 


1878-1890 


13 


1884-1890 


7 


1882,1883 


2 


1886-1890 


5 


1886-1888 


2 


1878 


1 


1881-1885 


4 


1882-1885 


5 


1885-1890 


6 


1889,1890 


1 


1878-1880 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1879-1890 


11 


1883-1885 


5 


1824-1826 


2 


1871-1876 


6 


1872-1875 


2 


1889,1890 


1 


1879-1888 


4 


1887.1888 


2 


1888 


1 


1767.1768 


1 


1794-1796 


2 


1798-1799 


2 


1798-1801 


4 



Seventh biennial Repobt. 



87 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



MASSACHUSETTS — Concluded. 

ie Independent Chronicle, Boston, Dec. 21, 1801, to Dec. 30, 1804 

aston Patriot, from April 7, 1809, to Sept. 12, 1810 : from March 2 to Dec. 25, 1811 ; from 
March 14, 1812, to Sept. 8, 1813 : and scattering duplicates from March 3, 1809, to 

March 10, 1813 

idependent Chronicle and Boston Patriot (seml-weeky), Jan. 11, 1832, to Aug. 10, 1837.. 
jlumbian Centinel and Massachusetts Federalist, Boston, from June 29, 1799, to Aug. 
31, 1805; from Jan. 3, 1807, to Oct. 3, 1810; from Jan. 2, 1811, to July 1. 1812; and 

scattering duplicates from Feb. 28, 1801, to Dec. 29, 1802 ' 

ston Gazette, from Jan. 9 to Oct. 29, 1804 ; from Aug. 19, 1815, to Aug. 19, 1816 ; from 

Dec. 27, 1817, to Dec. 25, 1819 ; from April 23, 1827, to Nov. 28, 1828 

xston Commercial Gazette (daily), from Dec. 29, 1817, to Dec. 25, 1819 

Boston Spectator, from Jan. 4, 1814, to Feb. 5, 1815 

North American Review, Boston (Nos. 3-6, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21 and 130 lacking), 

1879, 1880, 1888 

The Missionary Herald, Boston, vols. 1 7-80 

New England Galaxy, Boston, from Oct. 31, 1823, to Dec. 26, 1828 ; and scattering dupli- 
cates from Oct. 15, 1824, to April 6, 1827 

Christian Examiner, Boston, vols. 1-19, 1824-1836, and 12 vols, between 1840 and 1867.. .. 

Boston Recorder, from Jan. 2, 1832, to Dec. 25, 1835 

The Liberator, Boston, ( lacking 1834-1837 and 1839, ) 

Evening Journal, Boston, fi-om Jan. 3, 1837, to Dec. 30, 1843 : from Jan. 4 to Dec. 30, 

1844 ; and from Feb. 4 to Dec. 30, 1845 '. 

The Commonwealth (daily,) Boston, Jan. 1 to July 3. 1851 : and from Jan. 1 to Sept. 21, 
1854 . 



The Commonwealth, Boston, from Sept. 1, 1866, to Aug. 28, 1869 

Youth's Companion, Boston, from Oct. 21, 1852, to April 17, 1856, and 1886-1890 

Evening Telegram (daily), Boston, from Sept. 27, 1854, to March 31, 1855 

Quarterly Journal of American Unitarian Association, Boston , 

Monthly Journal of the American Unitarian Association, Boston 

Anglo-Saxon, Boston, from Jan. 5 to Dec. 16, 1856 

The Atlantic Monthly, Boston, vols. 1-50 , 

The Atlas and Dally Bee, Boston, from June 15 to Dec. 31, 1858 

Zion's Herald, Boston, ( 1868, 1869. 1870, 1878, 1880, 1883,) 

-Banner of Light, Boston, 

Boston Journal of Chemistry ' 

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (quarterly), Boston 

The Woman's Journal, Boston 

Civil Service Record, Boston 

United States Official Postal Guide (monthly), Boston 

Our Dumb Animals (monthly), Boston 

The Citizen (monthly), Boston 

The Evening Traveller ( daily), Boston, from January to June, 1886 

The Popular Science News, Boston 

The Unitarian Review, Boston 

Political Science Quarterly, Boston 

Abolitionist, Boston 

The Writer (monthly), Boston '. 

The Estes & Lauriat Book Bulletin (monthly), Boston 

American Teacher (monthly), Boston 

Evening Gazette, Boston 

The New Jerusalem Magazine (monthly), Boston 

Spelling (quarterly), Boston 

Library Notes (monthly), Boston 

Boston Investigator, (1864, 1873, 1876 lacking, ) 

The Golden Rule, Boston 

Martha's Vineyard Herald, Cottage City 

Worcester Daily Press, from June, 1873, to Dec. 1876 

Massachusetts Spy or Worcester Gazette 

The Massachusetts Spy (weekly), Worcester 

Worcester Daily Spy, from Jan. to Dec. 1859 ; from Jan. 1868, to Dec. 1884 ; and from 

July 1885, to July 1886 

The National ^gis, Worcester, Dec. 2, 1801, to Dec. 25, 1811 ; from Jan. 20, 1813, to May 

4, 1814 ; from Jan. 5, 1815, to Dec. 25, 1816 ; from Dec. 15, 1824, to June 8, 1825 ; and 

years 1825. 1830, 1838-1840 

Dally Transcript, Worcester, from Feb. 1853 to Dec. 1855 

Worcester Evening Gazette, from Jan. to Dec. 1866 ; from Jan. 1867 to July 18, 1881 ; 

and from Jan. 1882 to Dec. 1885 

^gis and Gazette, Worcester, (part of 1877 lacking,) 

Harvard University Bulletin ( occasional ), Cambridge 

Harvard University Bulletin (quarterly), Cambridge 

Science, Cambridge (see New York, ) 

Dedham Historical Record ( quarterly ) 

Essex Register, Salem, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 17, 1817 

Bulletin of the Essex institute, Salem, (1873 and 1874 lacking, ) 

Historical Collections of the Essex Institute, Salem 



1809-1813 
1832-1837 



1804-1828 
1817-1819 
1814,1815 

1815-1888 
1821-1884 

1823-1828 
1824-1868 
1832-1835 
1833-1865 

1837-1845 

1851-1854 
1866-1869 
1852-1890 
1854,1855 
1854-1859 
1860-1869 

1856 
1857-1882 

1858 
1868-1883 
1869-1872 
1873-1877 
1876-1890 
1879-1890 
1881,1882 
1881-1886 
1882-1885 



1885-1890 
1885-1890 
1886-1888 
1833 
1887-1890 
1887-1888 
1887-1890 
1888-1890 
1888-1890 
1887-1888 



1887,1888 

1873-1876 

1805,1806 

1822 

1859-1886 



1801-1825 
1853-1855 

1868-1885 
1875-1880 
1880-1890 
1880-1888 
1883-1885 
1890 
1817 
1869-1890 
1859-1889 



State histobical Society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



MICHIGAN. 



The Fireside Teacher f montlily ), Battle Creek. 

The Advent Review, Battle Creek 

The Unitarian (monthly), Ann Arbor 

The Plaindealer, Detroit 




MINNESOTA. 

Pioneer-Press, St. Paul and Minneapolis 



The Western Journal (and Civilian, monthly), St. Louis 

Organ and Reveille, St. Louis 

American Journal of Education (monthly), St. Louis 

The Great Southwest (monthly), St. Louis, vols. 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7 

Fonetic Teacher (monthly), St. Louis, vol. 2 

The Communist and Altruist (bi-monthly), St. Louis 

American Journalist (monthly), St. Louis 

.The St. Louis Evangelist 

'The St. Louis Globe-Democrat (daily) 

The Central Christian Advocate, St. Louis 

The Christian Evangelist, St. Louis 

St. Joseph Free Democrat 

St. Joseph Herald, daily, ( 1878 and to July, 1879, lacking, ) 

St. Joseph Herald 

St. Joseph Gazette 

Kansas City Times, daily, (1875 lacking,) 

The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry (monthly) 

Weekly Journal of Commerce, Kansas City 

Kansas City Daily Journal 

Mirror of Progress, Kansas City 

Kansas City Price Current 

Santa F6 Trail (monthly), Kansas City, vol. 1, Nos. 1 to 8 

•Camp''s Emigrant Guide to Kansas, Kansas City 

American Home Magazine, Kansas City 

Kansas City Live-Stock Indicator 

The Mid-Continent, Kansas and St. Louis 

Svenska Herolden, Kansas City 

Western Newspaper Union, Kansas City 

The Centropolis, Kansas City 

The Kansas City Medical Index (monthly) 

Kansas City Live-Stock Record and Price Current 

The Kansas City Record 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer (monthly), Kansas City 

Kansas City Star 

The Kansas City Star (daily) 

The Faithful Witness (monthly), Kansas City 

The Herald, Kansas City 

The Kansas Magazine (monthly), Kansas City 

The Evening News, Kansas City .' 

Kansas City Daily Traveler 

Hoisington Bank Reporter (semi-monthly), Kansas City 

Christian Era, Kansas City 

Kansas City Globe 

TJorder's Odd Fellow (monthly), Kansas City 



1886-1889 
1886-1890 
1887-1890 
1889,1890 



1878,1879 



1848-1854 
1851 
1873-1888 
1874-1880 
1881 
1881-1890 
1883-1885 

I 1887,1888 
1887-1890 
1888-1890 
1889,1890 
1860 
1876-1890 
1877-1890 
1877-1890 
1873-1890 
1877-1884 
1877-1879 
1879-1890 
1879-1881 

I 1880-1881 

1880-1881 

, 1880-1884 

1881,1882 

1882-1890 

! 1882-1890 
1882-1884 



1884-1890 
1884-1888 
1885-1890 
1886-1888 

1890 
1886-1890 
1886.1887 
1886-1889 
1886-1888 
1888-1890 
1888-1889 
1889.1890 

1890 
1889.1890 

1890 



NEBEA8KA. 



The Western Newspaper Union, Omaha 

The Woman's Tribune (monthly and weekly), Beatrice. 

Western Resources (monthly), Lincoln. . , 

^Nebraska State Joui-nal (daily), Lincoln 

Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln , . . . 

I^^ebraska Congregational News (monthly), Lincoln 



NEW JEKSEY. 



The Journal of American Orthoepy (monthly), Rlngos 
^Orchard & Garden (monthly). Little Silver 



NEW MEXICO. 



Santa F^ New Mexican 

T)aily New Mexican, Santa F4 

New Mexican Mining News, Santa Fe. 

The Santa F4 Weekly Leader 

Albuquerque Weekly Journal 

The Daily Citizen, Albuquerque 

Mining World, Las Vegas 

Las Vegas Weekly Optic 

Las Vegas Daily Optic 

San Marcial Reporter 



1887-1890 
1887-1890 
1887-1890 
1887-1890 
1887-1890 



1884-1890 
1887-1890 



1881-1883 
1887-1890 
1881-1883 
1885,1886 
1881-1886 
1887-1890 
1880-1882 
1883,1884 
1888-1890 
1889.1890 



SEVENTH BIENNIAL REPOBT. 



89 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES —Continued. 



Newspapers. 




NEW YOBK. 

Tew York American, New York City 

Che Anti-Slavery Record, New York 

?he Emancipator, New York, ( from February 3, 1837, to February 14, 1839, ) 

["he New-Yorker, New York 

Dhe Diamond, New York 

Torkingman's Advocate, New York 

few York Evangelit^t 

Jcientlfic American, New York, I lacking from 1861 to 1884, ) 

Tew York Daily Tribune, llacking from 1870 to 1874, and from 1876 to 1879,) 

Tew York Semi-Weekly Tribune, (lacking 1876, 1883, 1884, ) 

Tew York Weekly Tribune, (lacking 1871-1878,) 

ropagandist, New York 

Che Home Missionary (monthly). New York 

larper's Monthly Magazine, New York 

larper's Weekly, New York 

lew York Illustrated News 

tie Industry of All Nations, New York 

itnam's Monthly, New York 

lly Times, New York, (incomplete, ) 

tie Phonographic Intelligencer, New York 

The Printer, New York 

Tew York Independent, New York, ( 1874 duplicate, ) 

S. Service Magazine (monthly). New York 

Phe Galaxy (monthly). New York 

American Agriculturist (monthly). New York, (lacking 1862-1866,) 

Che Revolution, New York 

?he Spectator, New York and Chicago 

Scribner's Monthly and the Century Magazine, New York > 

~ )pular Science Monthly, New York 

?he Christian Union, New York 

Che Iron Age, New York 

Che Library Journal (monthlyj. New York 

"'le Magazine of American History (monthly). New York 

Jrown's Phonographic Monthly, New York , 

Che National Citizen and Ballot-Box. (from May, 1878, to October, 1881,) New York, 
(see Ballot-Box, Ohio,) 

le Daily Register, New York 

lerica, New York 

Che Sheltering Arms (monthly I, New York 

Che Publishers' Weekly, New York 

Che American Missionary (monthly). New York 

Che Nation, New York ., 

John Swinton's Paper, New York 

Lppleton's Literary Bulletin ( bi-monthly). New York 

•honetic Educator, New York and Cincinnati 

Literary News, New York , 

le Student's Journal ( phonographic monthly), New York 

Che Phonographic World ( monthly ), New York . . ; 

Tew York Weekly Witness 

Irish World, New York 

Che Christian Advocate, (from April, 1885, to December 30, 1886,) New York 

Che Co6perative Index to Periodicals (quarterly). New York 

Che Protestant Episcopal Mission Leaf (monthly). New York 

Che National Temperance Advocate (monthly). New York 

iclence. New York 

The American Book-Maker (monthly I, New York 

Che New Princeton Review (semi-monthly). New York city 

Sabbath Reading, New York 

The Delineator (monthly ), New York 

"lectrical Review, New York 

cribner's Magazine (monthly). New York 

jricultural Science (monthly). New York 

Swiss Cross (monthly ), New York 

le Voice, New York 

Che Decorator and Furnisher (monthly ), New York 

Che Public Service Review (monthly ), New York 

lome Knowledge (monthly), New York 

Fudge, New York 

Tew York Pioneer 

le Curio, New York 

^emorest's Monthly, New York 

Cariflf League Bulletin, New York 

?olitical Science Quarterly, New York 

insurance. New York ■. . 

"The Standard, New York 

literary Digest, New York .'. . 



1827,1828 
1836 
1837,1839 
1837-1840 
1840-1842 
1844,1845 
1845-1847 
1849-1890 
1849-1890 
1871-1887 
1869-1884 
1850,1851 
1850-1890 
1851-1854 
1857-1888 
1853 
1853 
1853-1857 
1854-1856 
1857 
1858-1863 
1859-1887 
1864-1866 
1866-1877 
1860-1869 
1868-1870 
1870-1880 
1870-1888 
1872-1885 
1874-1887 
1876 
1876-1890 
1877-1888 



1878-1881 
1879-1888 
1879-1881 
1879-1890 
1879-1890 
1880-1890 
1882-1888 
1883-1887 
1881-1889 
1884,1885 
1884-1890 
1884-1890 
1885-1890 
1885-1890 



1887,1882 

1887-1889 

1887-1890 

1887-1890 

1887,1888 

1887,1888 

1888 

1887-1890 

1887,1888 

1888 

1888 

1886-1890 

1884,1885 



90 



STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



Newspapers. 



NEW YOKK — concluded. 

American Economist, New York 

The Silver Cross I monthly), New York 

The Critic, New York 

The Saturday Globe, New York 

Twentieth Century, New York 

The Nation, New York 

College for the Training of Teachers, leaflet, New York 

The American Sentinel, New York 

The Business Woman's Journal (bi-monthly), New York 

Evangelical Magazine. Utica, (vols. 2 and 3,j 

Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate, Utica,(vol8. 4, 5, and 9,1833, 1834, and 1838, ) . 

The Jeffersonian, Albany 

The Northern Light. Albany 

The C iltivator and Country Gentleman, Albany 

The Union, Brooklyn 

Fruit Recorder and Cottage Gardener, Palmyra 

The Bee Keepers' Exchange (monthly), Canajoharle 

The Husb indman, Elralra 

Library Bulletin of Cornell University (monthly), Iti:aca 



1828,1829 
1833-1838 



OHIO. 

The Ohio Cultivator, Columbus 

The Crisis, (from January 31, 1861, to January 23, 1863.) Columbus 

Ohio Archaiological and Historical Quarterly. Columbus 

Weekly Phonetic Advocate, Cincinnati 

Phonetic Advocate Supplement, Cincinnati 

The Masonic Review, Cincinnati 

Type of the Times, Cincinnati 

American Phonetic Journal, Cincinnati . . . . : 

Cincinnati Weekly Times 

Tke Phonetic Educator, Cincinnati 

The Christian Press (monthly), Cincinnati '. 

The American Journal of Forestry, Cincinnati • 

The Christian Standard, Cincinnati 

The American Grange Bulletin, Cincinnati 

Phonographic Magazine (monthly), Cincinnati 

The Ballot-Box, (from June, 1876, to May, 1878,) Toledo, (see National Citizen, New 



York). 



Nachrichten aus der Heidenwelt, Zanesville — . . . 
Magazine of Western History (monthly), Cleveland. 

Farm and Fireside (semi-monthly), Springfield 

Herald of Gospel Liberty, Dayton 



OKLAHOMA TEBKITOEY. 

( See Indian Territory. ) 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

The American Naturalist, Philadelphia 

The Press (daily), Philadelphia 

Progress, Philadelphia 

Public Ledger (dally), Philadelphia 

Faith and Works (monthly), Philadelphia 

Sunday School Times, (files for 1879, 1880, 1884, 1885, 1886,) Philadelphia.. .. 

Naturalist's Leisure Hour (monthly), Philadelphia 

Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector, Philadelphia 

The Building Association and Home Journal (monthly), Philadelphia 

The Book Mart (monthly), Philadelphia 

Paper and Press (monthly), Philadelphia 

Book News (monthly ), Philadelphia 

Food, Home <fe Garden. Philadelphia 

Eadle Keatah Toh — The Morning Star and the Red Man (monthly), Carlisle 

Historical Register (vols. 1 and 2), Harrisburg 

The Farmer's Friend, Mechanicsbvirg 

American Manufacturer and Iron World, Pittsburgh 

Poultry Keeper (monthly), Parkersburg and Philadelphia 

TEXAS. 

Live-Stock Journal, Fort Worth 

Texas Wool Grower, Fort Worth 

El Paso Times ( daily) 

Texas Review (monthly), Austin 

The Canadian Free Press 

The Canadian Crescent 

Southern Mercury, Dallas 



1867-1880 


14 


1878-1880 


6 


1878-1885 


7 


1879-1890 


24 


1879-1890 


11 


1879-1886 


6 


1880-1890 


9 


1886-1889 


3 


1887-1889 


3 


1887-1890 


3 


1888-1890 


3 


1889,1890 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1881-1890 


9 


1883,1884 


2 


1886-1890 


5 


1887-1890 


3 


1888,1889 


1 


1882-1890 


9 


1882,1883 


2 


1883 


1 


1886 


1 


1887-1889 


2 


1888.1889 


1 


1888-1890 


2 



SEVENTH BIENNIAL REPOBT. 



91 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHEE STATES AND COUNTRIES —Concluded. 



Newspapers. 



VEKMONT. 

: The Woman's Magazine (monthly), Battleboro 

f The National Bulletin (monthly),. Brattleboro 

VIRGINIA. 

|The Richmond Standard 

[southern Workman and Hampton School Record, Hampton 

WASHINGTON. 

l"Whatcom Reveille 

WISCONSIN. 

■ Wisconsin State Journal, Madison 

J^Western Farmer and Wisconsin Grange Bulletin. Madison 

WYOMING. 

iramie Boomerang (daily) 

ENGLAND. 

London Illustrated News 

Diplomatic Review, (vols. 1-25,) London 

The Labour Standard, London 

Forestry, a magazine for the country, (monthly,) Edinburgh and London 

The Fonetic Journal, Bath 

FRANCE. 

Bulletin de la So;iet6 Protectrice des Animaux (monthly), Paris 

Bulletin de la Soci^t^ de Geographie, Paris 

Societe de Geographie compte rendu des Stances de la Commission Centrale ( 

monthly ), Paris 

Chronique de la Society des Gens des Lettres (monthly), Paris 

Bulletin Mensuel de la Socldte des Gens des Lettres, Paris 

'■ Bulletin dei Seance.^ de la Society Nationale d'Agriculture (monthly), Paris 



Years. 



1885-1890 
1886,1887 



1880,1881 



1842-1879 
1855-1877 
1882-1884 
1884,1885 
1879 



1878-1882 
1878-1888 

1882-1890 
1879-1890 
1878-1880 
1879-1886 



KANSAS NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS NOW RECEIVED. 

The following is a list of the newspapers and periodicals published in Kan- 
sas, corrected up to January 1, 1891. The regular issues of these, with very 
few exceptions, are now being received by the Kansas State Historical Society. 
They are the free gift of the publishers to the State. They are bound in an- 
nual or semi-annual volumes, and are preserved in the library of the Society 
in the State Capitol for the free use of the people. They number 793 in all. 
Of these 33 are dailies, 1 is semi-weekly, 718 weeklies, 36 monthlies, 2 are 
semi-monthlies, 1 is bi-monthly, and 2 are quarterlies. They come from all of 
the 106 counties of Kansas, and record the history of the people of all the 
communities and neighborhoods. 



ALLEN COUNTY. 

Humboldt Union, Republican; W. T. McElroy, publisher and proprietor, Hum- 
boldt. 

Humboldt Herald, Democrat; S. A. D. Cox, editor and publisher, Humboldt. 

Ida Register, Republican; Charles F. Scott, editor and publisher, lola. 

Farmers' Friend, People's Party; A. H. Harris, publisher, lola. 

Allen County Herald, Democratic; S. A. D. Cox, editor and manager, C. T, Cox, 
assistant editor, lola. 

Moran Herald, Republican; George D. Ingersoll and Leo Fesler, editors, publish- 
ers and proprietors, Moran. 

Elsmore Eagle, neutral; N. B. Webber, editor, Elsmore. 



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ANDEBSON COUNTY. 

Garnett Weekly Journal, Democratic; I. T. Highly, editor and proprietor, Gar- 
nett. 

Republican-Plaindealer, Republican; Howard M. Brooke, publisher, Garnett. 

Garnett Eagle, Republican; W. A. Trigg, editor, publisher, and proprietor, Gar- 
nett. 

Kansas Agitator, People's Party; W. O. Champe, editor- and publisher, Garnett 
and Greeley. 

Greeley News, People's Party; W. 0. Champe, editor and publisher, Greeley. 

Colony Free Press, Republican; S. L. Tathwell, editor and publisher. Colony. 

Westphalia Times, independent: Ancil F. Hatten, editor and proprietor, J. Hatten 
&, Son, publishers, Westphalia. 

Kincaid Chronicle, People's Party; W. C. Routzong, editor, W. C. Routzong & 
Son, proprietors. 

Kincaid Dispatch, Republican; J. E. Scruggs, jr., editor, Scruggs Bros, publish- 
ers, Kincaid. 

ATCHISON COUNTY. 

Atchison Champion (daily and weekly), Republican; L. C. Challiss, editor and 
manager, owned by John A. Martin estate, Atchison. 

Atchison Patriot (daily and weekly), Democratic; R. T. Hazzard, editor, Patriot 
Publishing Co., publishers, Atchison. 

Atchison Globe (daily and weekly), independent; Edgar W. Howe, editor and 
publisher, Atchison. 

Atchison Times, People's Party; J. A.Sunderland, editor and publisher, Atchison. 

Atchison Baptist, (monthly), religious; Rev. D. D. Proper, editor, Atchison. 

Midland College Monthly, educational; edited by the faculty and students, Atchi- 
son. 

Business College Review (monthly), educational; edited by the faculty and stu- 
dents, Atchison. 

Muscotah Record, neutral; Fred. W. Badger, editor and publisher, Muscotah. 

Effingham Times, neutral; W. W. Cahoon, editor, publisher and proprietor, Ef- 
fingham. 

Huron Graphic, Democratic; W. C. Adkins, editor and publisher, Huron. 

BARBEE COUNTY. 

Medicine Lodge Cresset, Republican; L. M. Axline, editor, publisher, and pro- 
prietor. Medicine Lodge. 

Barber County Index, People's Party; W. G. Musgrove, editor, Medicine Lodge. 

Barber County Herald, Democratic; John L. Brady, editor, E. F. Widner, pro- 
prietor. Medicine Lodge. 

Hazelton Express, People's Party; W. F. Hatfield, editor, publisher, and propri- 
etor, Hazelton. 

Kiowa Journal, Republican; Wm. McKean, editor and publisher, Kiowa. 

BABTON COUNTY. 

Great Bend Register, Republican; Morgan Caraway, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Great Bend. 

Great Bend Tribune, Republican; C. P. Townsley, editor and proprietor. Great 
Bend. 

The Daily News, neutral; C. P. Townsley, editor, publisher and proprietor. Great 
Bend. 

Barton County Democrat, Democratic; Will E. Stoke, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor. Great Bend. 




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Barton County Beacon, People's Party; D. T, Armstrong, editor and publisher. 
Great Bend. 

Ellinwood Advocate, Democratic; W. P. Feder, jr., editor and proprietor, Ellin- 
wood. 

Pawnee Rock Leader, Republican; H. R. Lewis, editor and publisher. Pawnee 
Rock. 

Hoisington Dispatch, Republican; Ira H. Clark, editor, publisher and proprietor? 
[oisington. 

Barton County Banner, Independent; O. E. O'Bleness, editor and proprietor, 
Jlaflin. 

BOUEBON COUNTY. 

Fort Scott Monitor (daily and weekly). Republican; W. M. Rice, R. P. Rice and 

, V. Rice, editors, publishers and proprietors. Fort Scott. 

Fort Scott Tribune, (daily and weekly). Democratic; J. B. Chapman, editor. Mar- 
bin and Chapman, proprietors, Fort Scott. 

The Spectator, Democratic; Ralph Richards, editor, Spectator Publishing Com- 
>any, publishers. Fort Scott. 

Industrial Union, People's Party; H. B. Frye, editor, Fort Scott. 

The Normal Journal, educational; D. E. Sanders, editor, W. H, Kerr, business 
lanager, Fort Scott. 

Bronson Pilot, neutral; W. M. Holeman, editor and proprietor, Bronson. 

Fulton Independent, independent; A. W. Felter, editor and proprietor, Fulton. 

Fulton Rustler, independent; S. B. DeLano, editor, Fulton. 

The Lantern, People's Party; Lockhart & Waterman, editors and proprietors, 
[apleton. 

Mapleton Despatch, Republican; H. S. Brimhall, editor and publisher, Mapleton. 

BEOWN COUNTY. 

Brown County World, Republican; D. W. Wilder, proprietor, Ewing Herbert, 
lanager, Hiawatha. 

The Kansas Democrat, Democratic; B. F. Hildebrand, editor and proprietor, Hi- 
lnwatha. 

The Hiawatha Journal, People's Party; Journal Publishing Company^ publish- 
jrs, Hiawatha. 

Delta Sigma Nu (bi-monthly); Grant W. Harrington, editor and publisher, Hi- 
matha. 

Horton Weekly Headlight, Republican; H. W. Whitaker and L. C. Clark, pub- 
lishers, Horton. 

Horton Commercial, Democratic; Clyde McManigal, editor, publisher and propri- 
jtor, Horton. 

The Everest Enterprise, Democratic; N. F. Hess, editor and proprietor, Everest- 

Fairview Enterprise, Democratic; S. O. Groesbeck, editor, Fairview. 

The Morrill News, Republican; J. P. Grinstead, editor and publisher, Morrill. 

BUTLEE COUNTY. 

The Augusta Journal, Republican; W. H. Cady, editor, Augusta. 

The Industrial Advocate, People's Party; Walter L. Holcomb, editor, Olin 
[Meacham, business manager, Augusta. 

Walnut Valley Times (daily and weekly). Republican; Alvah Shelden, editor and 
[publisher, El Dorado. 

El Dorado Republican, Republican; T. B. Murdock, editor and publisher, El Do- 
ido. 



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Butler County Democrat, Democratic; J. C, Riley, jr., editor and proprietor, 
El Dorado. 

The Daily Eli, People's Party; A. J. Miller, editor. El Dorado. 

Kansas Workman, People's Party; Cyrus Corning, A. J. Miller, A. W. Florea, 
editors, Kansas Workman Publishing Co., publishers. El Dorado. 

Douglass Tribune, Republican; J. M. Satterthwaite, editor and publisher, Douglass. 

The Leon Indicator, Republican; C. R. Noe, editor and publisher, G. W. Tracy, 
proprietor, Leon. 

The Herald, People's Party; E. Davis, jr., editor and proprietor, Towanda. 

The Latham Times, Independent; Jay Shafer, editor, publisher, and proprietor, 
Latham. 

The Whitewater Tribune, Republican; H. W. Bailey, editor, Whitewater. 

CHASE COUNTY. 

The Chase County Courant, Democratic; W. E. Timmons, editor and publisher, 
Cottonwood Falls. 

Chase County Leader, Republican; William A. Morgan, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Cottonwood Falls. 

The Reveille, People's Party; E. W. Ellis, editor, Cottonwood Falls. 

Chase County Republican, W. Y. Morgan, editor and proprietor. Strong City. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

The Sedan Times- Journal, Republican; Adrian Reynolds, editor and publisher, 
Sedan. 

Sedan Republican, Republican; T. B. Ferguson, editor and proprietor, Sedan. 

The Cedar Vale Star, independent; F. G. Kenesson, editor and proprietor. Cedar 
Vale. 

The Cedar Vale Commercial, Republican; W. M. Jones, editor, Cedar Vale. 

The Peru Eagle, People's Party; W. T. Gwyn, editor and proprietor, Peru. 

CHEEOKEE COUNTY. 

The Columbus Star-Courier, Democratic; N. T. Allison and W. P. Eddy, editors 
and proprietors, Columbus. 

The Columbus Advocate, Republican; L. M. Dillman, editor; A. T. Lea & Son, 
publishers, Columbus. 

Baxter Springs News, Neutral; M. H. Gardner, editor and publisher, Baxter 
Springs. 

Short Creek Republican, Republican; L. C. Weldy, editor and proprietor. Galena. 

The Galena Times, Democratic; C. T. Dana, editor, Galena Publishing Company, 
publishers, Galena. 

Weir City Tribune, Independent; H. Hayden, publisher. Weir. 

The Weir Journal, Republican; T. G. Robison, editor and proprietor. Weir. 

CHEYENNE COUNTY. 

Bird City News, Republican; George W. Murray, editor and publisher, Bird City. 
Cheyenne County Rustler- Review, Republican; C. E. Dennison and R. M. Jaque, 
publishers, St. Francis. 

OliABK COUNTY. 

Clark County Clipper, Democratic; W. L. Cowden, editor, Ashland. 
The Ashland Weekly Journal, Republican; M. G. Stevenson, editor, Journal Com- 
pany, publishers, Ashland. 




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CLAY COUNTY. 

The Dispatch, Republican; Bion S. Hutchins, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Clay Center. 

The Times, Republican; J. P. Campbell and D. A. Valentine, editors, publishers 
d proprietors. Clay Center. 

The Clay County Critic, People's Party; Enoch Weekly, editor, W. J. A. Mont- 
gomery, publisher, Clay Center. 

The Clay County Sentinel, Republican; W. A. Stacy, editor, Morganville. 
I^L The News, Republican ;'L. A. Palmer, editor, publisher and proprietor, Clifton. 
I^H Wakefield Advertiser, neutral, J. J. L. Jones, editor and publisher, Wakefield. 

I 



OliOUD COUNTY. 



Concordia Empire, Republican; T. A. Sawhill, editor, Concordia. 

The Concordia Blade, Resubmission; J. M. Hagaman, editor, Blade Publishing 
Co., publishers, Concordia. 

The Concordia Times, Republican; T. A. Filson, editor, S. Z. Filson, associate 
editor, Concordia. 

Concordia Daylight, Republican; E. Marshall, editor and proprietor, Concordia. 

The Alliant, People's Party; Ferd. Prince, editor and publisher, Concordia. 

The Clyde Herald, Republican; J.B. & M. L. Rupe, editors, publishers and pro- 
prietors, Clyde. 

The Clyde Argus, Republican; Charles A. Morley and Owen V. Smith, editors and 
proprietors, Clyde. 

Jamestown New Era, Republican; John W. McCoy, editor, Jamestown. 

The Glasco Sun, Republican; Kate Hubbard, editor, Glasco. 

Miltonvale Review, Republican; M. O. Burdick, editor and proprietor, Miltonvale. 

COFFEY COUNTY. 

Burlington Republican, Republican; C. O. Smith, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Burlington. 

Burlington Independent, Democratic; John E. Watrous, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Burlington. 

The Burlington Nonpareil, independent; A. D. Brown, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Burlington. 

The Farm Record, Alliance; I. W. Pack, editor and proprietor, Burlington. 

LeRoy Reporter, independent; Frank Fockele, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
LeRoy. 

The Lebo Courier, independent; G. W. Neiberger, editor and proprietor, Lebo. 

Waverly Gazette, independent; Dan K. Swarengin, publisher, Waverly. 

COMANCHE COUNTY. 

The Western Star, Democratic; W. M. Cash, editor, proprietor and publisher, 
Coldwater. 

The Coldwater Review, Democratic; John A. Templeman and Henry E. Oldfather, 
publishers, Coldwater. 

Coldwater Echo, Republican; E. G. Phelps, editor, Coldwater. 

Coldwater Enterprise, Republican; J. E. Hutchison, editor, Coldwater. 

The People's Advocate, People's Party; N. S. Mounts, editor, Coldwater. 

The Coldwater Voice, Farmers' Alliance; M. S. and H. A. Boyce, editors and pro- 
prietors, Coldwater. 



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OOWIiEY COUNTY. 

The Winfleld Courier (daily and weekly), Republican; Ed. P. Greer, editor, Win- 
field. 

The Winfleld Telegram, People's Party; M. L. Garrigus, editor, H. and L. Vincent, 
publishers, Winfleld. 

The Winfleld Tribune (daily and weekly), Republican; S. E. Burger, editor, M. L. 
Harter and Company, publishers, Winfleld. 

The American Nonconformist, People's Party; Henry Vincent, editor, Henry and 
Leo Vincent, publishers and proprietors, Winfleld. 

Winfleld Newspaper Union; Ed. P. Greer, editor, Winfleld. 

The Industrial Free Press, People's Party; P. W. Craig, editor, Winfleld. 

The Western Reveille; A. H. Limerick, editor, Winfleld. 

The Monthly Herald, Baptist; Rev. Geo. P. Wright, editor, Winfleld. 

Economic Quarterly, political economy; C. Vincent, editor, H. and L. Vincent, 
publishers, Winfleld. 

Republican Traveler (daily and weekly). Republican; T. W. Eckert and R. C. 
Howard, editors, Arkansas City. 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Democratic; Timothy Mclntire, editor and publisher, 
Arkansas City. 

Canal City Dispatch (daily and weekly). People's Party; G. W. and B. A. Wagner, 
editors and proprietors, Arkansas City. 

Fair Play, People's Party; H. B. Funk, editor, Arkansas City. 

The Burden Enterprise, Republican; W. L. Hutton, editor, W. K. McComas, pub- 
lisher and proprietor, Burden. 

The Udall Record, neutral; B. F. Baker, editor and proprietor, Udall. 

CEAWFOED COUNTY. 

The Girard Press, Republican; E. A. Wasser and D. C. Flint, editors, publishers 
and proprietors, Girard. 

The Western Herald, People's Party; Percy Daniels, editor, Girard. 

The Cherokee Sentinel on the Border, Republican; Swank <fe Price, editors* and 
publishers, Cherokee. 

Pittsburg Smelter, Republican; John R. Morris & Co., editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Pittsburg. 

The Pittsburg Headlight (daily and weekly), Republican; Wm. Moore and C. W. 
Moore, editors, publishers and proprietors, Pittsburg. 

Pittsburg Herold (German), Democratic; John G. Burkhart, editor, Burkhart &, 
Muser, publishers, Pittsburg. 

The Weekly World, independent; W. C. L. Beard, president. World Publishing 
Company, publishers, Pittsburg. 

Pittsburg Kansan, Democratic; J. C. Buchanan, editor, Pittsburg. 

McCune Times, Republican; Merritt E. Springer and J. C. Bogard, editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, McCune. 

Crawford County Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Mahr and W. D. Bevans, editors 
and proprietors, McCune. 

Walnut Journal, neutral; Lewis Martin, editor, publisher and proprietor, Walnut. 

Arcadia News, Republican; L. R. Jewell, editor and proprietor, Arcadia. 

DECATUE COUNTY. 

Oberlin Herald, Democratic; Dr. W. B. Mead, editor; Herald Publishing Co., 
publishers, Oberlin. 

Oberlin Opinion, Republican; F. W. Casterline, publisher, Oberlin. 



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The Eye, Republican; C. Borin, editor and proprietor, Oberlin. 
Alliance Times, People's Party; John Shields, editor and proprietor, Oberlin. 
The Norcatur Register, Republican; H. H. Hoskins, publisher, Norcatur. 
Dresden Star, Republican; E. E. Van Epps, publisher and proprietor; L. W 

U rawer, local editor, Dresden. 
I Jennings Echo, Republican; Geo. W. Shook, editor and publisher, Jennings. 



DICKINSON COUNTY. 



Abilene Weekly Chronicle, Republican; R. B. Claiborne, editor, R. B. Claiborne 
Son, publishers, Abilene. 

Abilene Reflector (daily and weekly). Republican; Chas. Morean Harger, editor, 
Reflector Publishing Co., publishers, Abilene. 

The Dickinson County News, Democratic; L. B. Strother and F. K. Strother, pub- 
lishers, Abilene. 

The Alliance Monitor, People's Party; D. G. Smith, editor and publisher, Abilene. 

Solomon Sentinel, Republican; E. B. Burnett, editor and publisher, Solomon City. 

Enterprise Journal, Republican; J. C. Gault, editor, Enterprise Publishing Co., 
publishers, Enterprise. 

Kansas Miller and Manufacturer (monthly); C. B. Hoffman, editor. Enterprise. 

The Hope Herald, Republican; Geo. Burroughs, editor and publisher, Hope. 

Hope Dispatch, Republican; M. C. Hemenway, editor and publisher, Hope. 

The Herington Times, Republican; A. M. Crary, editor and proprietor, Hering- 
ton. 

The Chapman Courier, Republican; Chas. G. Bear, Chapman. 

The Manchester Sun, Republican; A. S. Green, editor and publisher, Manchester. 

DONIPHAN COUNTY. 

The Weekly Kansas Chief, Republican; Sol. Miller, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor, Troy. 

The Troy Times, Democratic; Frank L. Finch, editor and publisher, Troy. 

The Weekly News, neutral; W. T. Pandolph, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Severance. 

Highland University Nuncio, Educational; G. E. Partch, editor. Highland. 

DOUGIiAS COUNTY. 

Lawrence Journal (daily and weekly), Republican; 0. E. Learnard, proprietor, 
C. S. Finch, editor, Lawrence. 

Daily and Weekly Record, independent Republican; Record Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors, H. M. Greene, editor, Lawrence. 

Die Germania (German); Edward Griin, editor and publisher, Lawrence. 

Lawrence Gazette, Democratic; Frank L. Webster, editor and proprietor, Law- 
rence. 

The Jeffersonian, Alliance; W. H. T. Wakefield, editor and proprietor, Lawrence. 

University Review (monthly), college; Review Publishing Co., Harold Barnes, 
editor, Lawrence. 

University Courier, college; Courier Publishing Co., R. R. Whitman, editor, Law- 
xence. 

The Select Friend (monthly), organ of the order of Select Friends; J. S. Bough- 
ton, editor, J. S. Boughton Publishing Co., publishers, Lawrence. 

Baldwin Ledger, Republican; J. N. Moorehead & Son, editors and proprietors, 
Baldwin. 

Baker Beacon, college; Beacon Publishing Co., Baldwin. 



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Baker University Index; S. McRoberts, editor, Baldwin. 

College Echoes, college; Echoes Publishing Co., J. O. Rankin, Lecompton. 

Eudora News, Republican; George C. Brune, editor and proprietor, Eudora. 

EDWAKDS COUNTY. 

The Kinsley Mercury, Republican; Fred D. Smith, editor, and publisher, Kinsley. 
The Kinsley Graphic, Democratic; Henry R. Griggs and Ed. W. Creviston, editors 
and proprietors, Kinsley. 

The Kinsley Chronicle, religious; C. A. Greenlees, editor, Kinsley. 

ELK COUNTY. 

The Howard Courant, Republican; Asa, Tom E, and John A. Thompson, editors, 
publishers and proprietors, Howard. 

The Howard Democrat, Democratic; James Robert Hall, editor and publisher, 
Howard. 

The Longton Times, independent; Geo. M. Flory, editor and publisher, Longton. 

Longton Signal, Republican; Tom C. Copeland, editor and publisher, Longton. 

The Moline Republican, Republican; Geo..C. Armstrong, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Moline. 

Weekly Crisis, Sol. L. Long, editor, Grenola. 

ElililS COUNTY. 

The Review-Headlight, Republican; F. M. Robinson, Ellis. 
Hays City Sentinel, Republican; W. P. Montgomery, manager. Hays City. 
Free Press, Republican; Harry Freese, editor and proprietor. Hays City. 
Democratic Times, Democratic; G. W. Sweet, editor and publisher. Hays City. 
The Republican, Republican; Geo. P. Griffith, editor. Hays City. 
Our Church Mirror, (monthly,) religious; Rev. J. W. Funk, editor, Claud 0. Funk, 
publisher, Howard. 

ELIiSWOETH COUNTY. 

Ellsworth Reporter, Republican; George Huycke, editor and proprietor, Ells- 
worth. 

Ellsworth Democrat, Democratic; G. A. Collett and F. S. Foster, editors and pro- 
prietors, Ellsworth. 

Ellsworth Republican, Republican; M. D. Morgan and R. V. Morgan, Ellsworth. 

The Wilson Echo, Republican; S. A. Coover, editor, Wilson. 

The Kanopolis Kansan, People's Party; T. K. Griffith, editor and publisher, Kan- 
apolis. 

FINNEY COUNTY. 

Finney County Democrat, Democratic; M. B. Hundley, editor and publisher. 
Garden City. 

Garden City Sentinel, Republican; J. W. Gregory, editor and publisher, Garden 
City. 

Garden City Weekly Herald, Republican, J. F. Kirkpatrick, editor; R. E.Gray, 
publisher, Garden City. 

The Garden City Imprint, Republican; D. A. Mims, editor, S. G. Norris and W. 
W. Pegg, publishers. Garden City. 

FOBD COUNTY. 

The Dodge City Times, Democratic; F. H. Mendenhall, editor, Times Publishing 
Company, publishers, Dodge City. 

The Dodge City Democrat, Democratic; W. F. Petillon, editor, Petillon Brothers, 
publishers. Dodge City. 



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The Globe-Republican, Republican; D. M. Frost, editor, Globe-Republican Pub- 
shing Company, publishers, Dodge City. 
Western Kansas Ensign, Republican; J. A. Cline, editor and publisher, Bellefont. 

FBANKLIN COUNTY. 

Ottawa Journal and Triumph, People's Party; E. H. Snow, editor, publisher and 
froprietor, Ottawa. 

Ottawa Republican (daily and weekly), Republican; Wm. Hope, editor, Ottawa. 

Ottawa Herald, Democratic; John B. Kessler, editor and publisher, Ottawa. 

The Ottawa Lever, Prohibition; W. M. Preshaw, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Htawa. 

Ottawa Tribune, Republican; T. W. Fields and A. Gould, editors and proprietors, 
Ottawa. 

Ottawa Campus, educational (monthy), W. H. Isely, editor-in-chief. 

The Pomona Enterprise, independent; T. L. Newcomb, editor, Enterprise Pub- 
$hing Co., publishers, Pomona. 

The Enterprise, neutral; T. J. Swaney and A. D. Zimmerman, editors and pub- 
ihers, Williamsburg. 

The Wellsville Globe, neutral; F. S. Rice and E. L. Rice, editors and proprietors, 
^ellsville. 

Lane Leader, Republican; Dursley Sargent, editor and publisher. Lane. 

GABFIELD COUNTY. 

Ravanna Chieftain, Republican; M. L. Hart, editor and publisher, Ravanna. 
Garfield County Call, Republican; W. B. Smith, editor and publisher. Eminence. 

GEABY COUNTY. 

The Junction City Union, Republican; John Montgomery, E. M. Gilbert, and W. 
3. Moore, publishers, Junction City. 

The Junction City Tribune, People's Party; Chas. S. Davis, editor, publisher and 
proprietor. Junction City. 

The Junction City Republican, Republican; Geo. A. Clark, editor, publisher and 
►roprietor. Junction City. 

Democratic Sentinel, Democratic; A. W. Chabin, editor and publisher. Junction 
Jity. 

Mid-Continental Review (monthly), literary and political; John Hay, editor, 
function City. 

Insurance Messenger (monthly), insurance; G. F. Little, editor and proprietor, 
Function City. 

Kansas Wheelmen's Library (monthly), road improvement; Kansas Division, L. 
L. W., publishers. 

GOVE COUNTY. 

Grainfield Cap Stieaf, Republican; I. T. Purcell, editor and publisher, Grainfield. 
Gove County Gazette, Republican; O. B. Jones and J. F. Jones, editors and pub- 
lishers, Gove City. 

Quinter Republican, independent; A. K. Teimmer, editor and proprietor, Quinter. 

GBAHAM COUNTY. 

Graham County Times, Republican; J. H. Wright, editor and publisher. Hill City, 
Hill City Democrat, Democratic; J. F. Stewart, editor and publisher. Hill City. 
Hill City Republican, Republican; W. H. Hill, editor; W. R. Hill, publisher and 
troprietor. Hill City. 
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The People's Advocate, People's Party; L. C. Chase, editor and publisher, Hill 
Oity. 

Bogae Signal, Republican; Frank P. Graves, editor and publisher, Bogue. 

GBANT COUNTY. 

Ulysses Tribune and Grant County Register, Republican; Geo. W. Perry, editor 
and publisher, Ulysses. 

GBAY COUNTY. 

The Jacksonian, Democratic; Ellis S. Garten, editor, publisher arid proprietor, 
Cimarron. 

New West Echo, Republican; N. B. Klaine, editor and publisher, Cimarron. 

Ingalls Union, Republican; R. H. Turner, editor, Union Publishing Company, 
publishers, Ingalls. 

geeeijEY county. 

The Greeley County Republican, Republican; L. M. Riley, editor and publisher. 
Brown & Donahue, proprietors, Tribune. 

Greeley County Journal, People's Party; C. E. Wightman, editor. Journal Com- 
pany, publishers, Tribune. 

gbeenwood county. 

The Eureka Herald, Republican; Z, Harlan, editor, publisher, and proprietor, 
Eureka. 

Greenwood County Republican, Republican; W. E. Doud, editor, publisher and 
proprietor. Eureka. 

Democratic Messenger, Democratic; T. W. Morgan, editor and publisher, Eureka. 

Kansas Alliance-Union, People's Party; 0. C. Woodrow, editor, Alliance-Union 
Publishing Company, publishers. Eureka. 

Madison News, Republican; W. 0. Lunsford, editor and proprietor, Madison. 

The Severy Record, Republican; Geo. H, Doud, editor and proprietor, Severy. 

Severyite, Republican; C. G. Pierce, editor and proprietor, Severy. 

The Fall River Times, People's Party; J. A. Somerby, editor and publisher, Fall 
River. 

Virgil Review, People's Party; G. S. McCartney, editor and publisher, Virgil. 

HAMILTON COUNTY. 

The Syracuse Journal, Republican; H. N. Lester, editor, Journal Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers, Syracuse. 

The Democratic Principle, Democratic; F. M. Dunlavy, editor, Syracuse. 

Hamilton County Bulletin, Republican; John W. Bishop, editor and proprietor, 
Coolidge. 

HAKPER COUNTY. 

The Anthony Republican, Republican; Geo. W. Maffet, editor and publisher, 
Anthony. 

Harper County Enterprise, Democratic; T. H. McDowell, editor and publisher, 
Anthony. 

Anthony Journal, Republican; J. R. Hammond, editor, S. C. Hammond, publisher, 
Anthony. 

The Harper Sentinel, Independent; Jonas Cook, editor and publisher. Harper. 

The Alliance Bulletin, People's Party; W. Whitworth, editor and proprietor, Geo. 
H. Coulson, assistant editor, Harper. 

The College Journal (monthly), educational; R. W. Ball, editor and publisher. 
Harper. 

Harper Semi- Weekly Graphic, Republican; Minerva D. Walker, editor. Harper. 

The Attica Advocate, People's Party; L. A. Hoffman, editor, Hoffman & Son, pub- 
lishers, Attica. 



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HARVEY CODNTY. 

The Newton Republican (daily and weekly), Republican; T. J. Norton, editor, Re- 
)tiblican Publishing Company, publishers, Newton. 

Newton Kansan, Republican; Chas. H. Kurtz, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
fewton. 

Newton Anzeiger, German; C. D. Heinrich, editor and publisher, Newton. 

The Weekly Journal, Democratic; J. A. Reynolds and M. J. Reynolds, editors and 
lublishers, Newton. 

The Halstead Independent, Republican; Joe F. White, editor and publisher, 
[alstead. 

The Halstead Tribune, Republican; J. C. Gaiser, editor and publisher, Halstead. 

The Burrton Weekly Graffio, Republican; Osborn <fe Kent, editors and publishers, 
Jurrton. 

The Free Lance, People's Party; Leslie P. Purcell, editor and publisher, Burrton. . 

The Sedgwick Pantagraph, Republican; Cash. M. Taylor, editor and publisher, 
sdgwick. 

The Walton Reporter, Republican; H. A. Brush, editor, Walton. 

HASKELL COUNTY. 

Ivanhoe Times, Republican; F. Gray and R. E.Blair, editors, publishers and pro- 
>rietors, Ivanhoe. 
Santa Fe Monitor, Republican; John J. Miller, editor and publisher, Santa Fe. 

HODGEMAN COUNTY. . 

Jetmore Reveille, Republican; P. N. Bernard, editor and proprietor, Jetmore. 
Jetmore Sif tings. Republican; L. C. Miller, editor and proprietor, Jetmore. 
The Jetmore Sunflower, Republican; 0. E. Hardy, publisher and proprietor, Jet- 
lore. 

JAOKSON COUNTY. 

The Holton Weekly Recorder, Republican; M. M. Beck, editor a.nd proprietor, 
[olton. 

The Holton Weekly Signal, Democratic; W. W. Sargent, editor and proprietor, 
[olton. 

Independent Tribune, independent; Armer P. Shaw and Chas. V. Hamm, editors 
ind publishers, Holton. 

The Whiting Weekly News, independent; Mrs. Anna Van Moon, editor and pro- 
)rietor, Whiting. 

JEEEEBSON COUNTY. 

The Oskaloosa Independent, Republican; F. H. Roberts, editor, Oskaloosa. 

The Valley Falls New Era, Republican; A. W. Robinson, editor and publisher, 
'alley Falls. 

The Valley Falls Register, Democratic; T. W. Gardiner, editor and publisher, 
^alley Falls. 

The Farmers' Vindicator, People's Party; N. H. Harman, editor and publisher, 
'alley Falls. 

The Winchester Herald, Republican; Ernest P. Karr, editor, publisher, and pro- 
nietor, Winchester. 

The Nortonville News, Republican; R. M. Cook, editor and proprietor, Norton- 
He. 

Meriden Weekly Tribune, Republican; J. W. Cook and A. C. Kious, editors, pub- 
lishers, and proprietors, Meriden. 

The McLouth Times, Republican; A. B. Mills, editor and publisher, McLouth. 

Perry News, Republican; H. W. Spangler, editor, Perry. 
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JEWELL COUNTY. 

Jewell County Monitor, Republican; R, F. Vaughn, editor and proprietor, Man- 
kato. 

Jewell County Review, Republican; S. M. Weed, editor and proprietor, Mankato. 

Jewell County Republican, Republican; Benjamin Musser and W. C. Palmer,^ 
publishers, Jewell City. 

Burr Oak Herald, Republican; Walter B. Tibbals, editor and proprietor. Burr 
Oak. 

The Western Advocate, Alliance; William E. Bush and Mattie E. Convis, editors 
and proprietors. Burr Oak. 

JOHNSON COUNTY. 

The Olathe Mirror, Republican; H. A. Perkins, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Olatha. 

The Kansas Patron, Grange; George Black, editor, Johnson County Cooperative 
Association, publisher, Olathe. 

The Kansas Star; published by the students of the Deaf and Dumb Institution, 
Olathe. 

The Johnson County Democrat, Democratic; Wm. Williams & Son, editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, Olathe. 

Spring Hill New Era, Prohibition; J. W. Sowers, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor. Spring Hill. 

The Kansan, neutral; E. L. MoKee, editor and publisher, Gardner. 

KEABNY COUNTY. 

Kearny County Advocate, Republican; W. B. Logan, editor, L. P. Kimball, pub- 
lisher, Lakin. 

The Lakin Index, Republican; F. R, French, editor and proprietor, Lakin. 
Hartland Herald, Democratic; Joseph Dillon, editor and proprietor, Hartland. 

KINGMAN COUNTY. 

Kingman County Democrat, Democratic ; W. A. Eaton, editor and publisher, 
Kingman. 

The Leader-Courier, Republican; Morton Albaugh, editor, publisher, and propri- 
etor, Kingman. 

The Kingman Journal, People's Party; J. A. Maxey, editor and publisher, King- 
man. 

Norwich News, Republican; J. O. Graham, editor and publisher, Norwich. 

The Cunningham Herald, Republican ; J. Geo. Smith, editor and publisher, 
Cunningham. 

The Spivey Index, Republican; Geo. W. Kelley, editor and publisher, Spivey. 

KIOWA COUNTY. 

The Kiowa County Signal, Republican; Will E. Bolton, editor, proprietor and 
publisher, Greensburg. 

Kiowa County Times, People's Party; C. F. Mingenback, editor, Greensburg. 

The Republican, Republican; M. M. Lee, editor, M. M. Lee and H. B. Graves, pub- 
lishers, Greensburg. 

LABETTE COUNTY. 

The Parsons Sun (daily and weekly), Republican; H. H. Lusk, editor, publisher, 
and proprietor, Parsons. 

The Parsons Eclipse (daily and weekly), independent; J. B. Lamb's Sons, editors 
and proprietors, Parsons. 

Parsons Palladium, Democratic; Frank W. Frye, editor and publisher. Parsons. 



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Weekly Clarion, Republican; L. A. Sheward, editor, publisher, and proprietor, 
'arsons. 

Journal, Republican; H. C. Lombeer, editor, Parsons. 

Oswego Courant, Republican; S. C. Steinberger, editor, publisher, and proprietor, 
3wego. 

Labette County Statesman, People's Party; Abbott &, Abbott, editors, publishers, 
md proprietors, Oswego. 

The Oswego Independent, Republican; M. A. McGill & Sons, editors and publish- 
ers, Oswego. 

Labette County Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Landis, editor and publisher, 
swego. 

The Chetopa Advance, Republican; J. M. Cavaness, editor and publisher, Che- 
)pa. 

The Chetopa Democrat, Democratic; J. J. Rambo, editor, publisher, and propri- 

)r, Chetopa. 

The Mound Valley Herald, Republican; W. F. Thrall, editor and publisher. Mound 
'^alley. 

Mills' Weekly World, People's Party; Harry Mills, editor and publisher, Altamont. 

The Wilsonton Journal, neutral; Mrs. Augustus Wilson, editor and proprietor, 
Tilsonton. 

The Edna Independent, independent; A. C. Veach, editor and publisher, Edna. 

LANE COUNTY. 

Lane County Herald, Republican; F. P. Stearns, editor and proprietor, Dighton. 
Dighton Journal, Republican; Ben. L. Green, editor and proprietor, Dighton. 
Lane County Farmer, People's Party; Ed. Lucas, editor and publisher, Dighton. 

LEAVENWOBTH COUNTY. 

The Leavenworth Times (daily and weekly), Republican; D. R. Anthony, editor 
md publisher, Leavenworth. 

The Evening Standard, Democratic; T. A. Hurd, president, Frank T. Lynch, 
treasurer and manager, Leavenworth, 

The Evening Sun, independent; Evening Sun Publishing Company, publishers, 
ieavenworth. 

The Leavenworth Post (daily). Democratic; Max Gronefeld, editor, German Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers, Leavenworth. 

The Leavenworth Advocate, Republican; W^. B. Towsend and B. K. Bruce, editors 
[and publishers, Leavenworth. 

The Orphan's Friend (monthly), charitable; Mrs. Thos. Carney, editor, Mrs. De- 
i'orest Fairchild, associate editor, Leavenworth. 

Home Record (monthly), charitable; Mrs. C. H. Cushing, editor, Leavenworth. 
Taps (monthly), neutral; Andrew J. Smith, editor. Rev. W. J. Gillespie, associ- 
j^te editor, W. B. Shockley, publisher, National Military Home. 

The Tonganoxie Mirror, Republican; Wm. Heynen, editor and proprietor, Ton- 
fanoxie. 

The Weekly Sentinel, neutral; W. A. Brice, editor and proprietor, Tonganoxie. 

LINCOIiN COUNTY. 

The Lincoln Republican, Republican; Tell W. Walton, editor, publisher and 
)roprietor, Lincoln. 
The Lincoln Beacon, People's Party; W. S. and Anna C. Wait, editors and pub- 
Slishers, Lincoln. 

Lincoln County Farmer, People's Party; A. W. Woody, editor, Lincoln. 
Barnard Times, Independent; John Lewis, editor, I. A. Ballard, publisher, Barnard. 



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LINN COUNTY. 

La Cygne Weekly Journal, Republican; J. P. Kenea and Ed. C. Lane, editors, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, La Cygne. 

The Visitor (monthly), M. E. Church; Rev. D. F. Holtz, editor and publisher. La 
Cygne. 

The Pleasanton Observer, Republican; J. P. Kenea, Ed. C. Lane and J. Frank 
Smith, editors, publishers and proprietors, Pleasanton. 

The Pleasanton Herald, People's Party; J. E. Latimer, editor and publisher, Pleas- 
anton. 

Mound City Progress, Republican; N. Campbell and Frank Waymire, editors and 
proprietors, Mound City. 

The Torch of Liberty, People's Party; G. H. Townsley & Son, publishers and 
proprietors, Geo. H. Townsley, editor. Mound City. 

Linn County Clarion, Republican; C. J. and F. C. Trigg, editors and publishers. 
Mound City. 

The Blue Mound Sun, Republican; J. N. Barnes, editor, J. N. and S. E. Barnes, 
publishers. Blue Mound. 

Goodrich Graphic, Neutral; C. M. Brown, editor and publisher, Goodrich. 

Parker Weekly Pilot, Republican; Carl Brann, editor and publisher, Parker. 

LOGAN COUNTY. 

The Western Observer, Republican; W. H. Cotton, editor, W. J. Neil, proprietor. 
Monument. 

The Oakley Graphic, Republican; C. V. Kinney, editor, Graphic Publishing Com 
pany, publishers, Oakley. 

Winona Clipper, Republican; Park R. Mitten, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Winona. 

Augustine Herald, neutral; E. P. & E. L. Stephenson, editors and proprietors, 
Augustine. 

Logan County Republican, Republican; J. K. Hupp and C. E. Bickel, editors and 
proprietors, Russell Springs. 

LYON COUNTY. 

The Emporia Republican (daily and weekly), Republican; C. V. Eskridge, editor, 
publisher and proprietor, Emporia. 

The Emporia Standard, People's Party; J. R. Graham & Co., editors, publishers, 
and proprietors, Emporia. 

The Emporia Gazette (daily), independent; J. R. Graham <fe Co., editors, publish- 
ers and proprietors Emporia. 

College Life (monthly), literary; H. M. Kingrey, editor, Emporia. 

Baptist Visitor; Rev. L. H. Holt, editor and publisher, Emporia. 

Columbia; W. D. Evans, Emporia. 

Normal Quarterly, literary; W. C. Stevenson, editor, Emporia. 

The Hartford Call, Republican; W. J. Means, editor and publisher, Hartford. 

Hartford News, independent; C, C. Rogan, editor and publisher, Hartford. 

The Americus Greeting, neutral, C. V. Alrich and Eva Alrich, editors and pub- 
lishers, Americus. 

The Tidings, Republican; Major A. Paul, editor and proprietor, Allen. 

Neosho Rapids Pilot, W. M. Adams, editor and proprietor, Neosho Rapids. 

m'phekson county. 

The McPherson Freeman, Republican; H. B. Kelly, editor and publisher, Mc- 
Pherson. 

The McPherson Republican, Republican; S. G. Mead, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, McPherson. 






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The Democrat, Democratic; Warren Knaus, editor, publisher and proprietor 
McPherson. 

The Industrial Union, People's Party; George C. Findley, editor, Union Publish- 
ng Co., publishers, McPherson. 

Kansas Vim, Republican; George P. Hall, editor, George P. Hall and F. Potter, 
ublishers, McPherson. 

Alliance Index, Alliance; S. Ruckman, editor and manager, McPherson. 

The Educator and Companion (monthly), educational; J. M. Snyder, editor and 
ublisher, McPherson. (Organ of McPherson College.) 

The Lindsborg News, Republican; A. Ringwald, editor and publisher, Lindsborg. 

The Canton Republican, Republican; D. W. Stone, editor and publisher, Canton. 

The Moundridge Leader, neutral; G. H. Wichman, editor, Moundridge. 

The Marquette Tribune, Republican; Banna F. Cress, editor and publisher, Mar- 
nette. 

The Galva Times, People's Party; J. H. Baker, editor and publisher, Galva. 

MABION COUNTY. 

Marion Record, Republican; E. W. Hoch, editor and publisher, Marion. 

Marion Weekly Globe, Republican; C. N. Whitaker, editor, Whitaker & Jones, 
[publishers, Marion. 

Marion Times, Republican; C. E. Foote, editor, H. Kuhn, proprietor. Marion. 

Hillsboro Anzeiger, Republican (German); J. F. Harms, editor and proprietor, 
jHillsboro. 

The Peabody Gazette, Republican; W. H. Morgan, editor and publisher, Peabody. 

The Peabody Graphic, Republican; Will G. Christ, editor, Graphic Publishing 
[Co., publishers, Peabody. 

The Florence Herald, Republican; W. H. Booth, editor and publisher, Florence. 

Florence Bulletin, Democratic; J. B. Crouch, editor and publisher, Florence. 

Burns Mirror, Republican; Will H. Peter, editor and publisher, Burns. 

MABSHALL COUNTY. 

The Marshall County News, Republican; Geo. T. Smith, publisher and proprie- 
\ioT, Marysville. 

Marshall County Democrat, Democratic; Wm. Becker, editor and publisher, 
[Marysville. 

Marysville Post; Wm. Becker, editor and publisher, Marysville. 

Evening Democrat; Wm. Becker, editor and publisher, Marysville. 

The People's Advocate, Union Labor; Clark & Runneals, editors and publishers, 
'Marysville. 

Waterville Telegraph, Republican; Henry C. Willson, editor and publisher, 
fWaterville. 

Blue Rapids Times, Republican; E. M. Brice, editor and publisher, Blue Rapids. 
Blue Rapids Motor, Republican; R. A. & H. A. Russell, editors, publishers and 
'proprietors, Blue Rapids. 

Holiness War News, religious; Bradford and Sarah Washburn, editors and pro- 
jprietors, (printed for editors by E. M. Brice,) Blue Rapids. 

The Frankfort Bee, Republican; W. J. Granger, editor and proprietor, Frankfort. 

The Frankfort Sentinel, Alliance; S. H. Peters, publisher, Frankfort. 

The Axtell Anchor, Republican; Ross & Nye, publishers, Axtell. 

The Star, Republican; Dan. M. Mabie, editor and publisher, Beattie. 

The Irving Leader, Republican; Hugh Thompson, editor and publisher, Irving. 

The Oketo Sun; C. E. Williamson, editor, Oketo. 

The Summerfield Sun, Moore &, Kendall, editors and publishers, Summerfield. 



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MEADE COUNTY. 

The Meade County Globe, Republican; Frank Fahr, editor and publisher, Meade. 
Meade County Democrat, Democratic; Sam Lawrence, editor, L. J. Smith, man- 
ager, Democrat Publishing County, publishers, Meade. 

The Meade Republican, Republican; T. J. Palmer, editor and proprietor, Meade. 

MIAMI COUNTY, 

Western Spirit, Democratic; B. J. Sheridan, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Paola. 

The Miami Republican, Republican; W. D. Greason, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Paola. 

The Paola Times, Republican; John W. Bell, editor and publisher, Paola. 

The Louisburg Herald, Republican; R. H. Cadwallader, editor and publisher, 
Louisburg. 

Osawatomie Graphic, Republican; Frank Pyle, editor and publisher, Osawatomie. 

Farmers' Signal, People's Party; John W. Hall, editor. Hall «fe Carter, publish- 
ers, Osawatomie. 

Fontana News, independent; J. B. Bomar, editor and publisher, Fontana. 

MITCHELL COUNTY. 

The Beloit Gazette, Republican; S. H. Dodge, editor and publisher, Beloit. 

Beloit Weekly Courier, Republican; W. H. Caldwell, editor and publisher, Beloit. 

The Western Call, People's Party; J. W. and J. S. Parks, editors, Beloit. 

The Public Record, Republican; L. L. Alrich, editor and publisher, Cawker City. 

The Cawker City Times, Republican; J. W. McBride, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Cawker City. 

Northwest Expositor (monthly), religious; Rev. M. R. Myer, editor, L. L. Alrich, 
publisher, Cawker City. 

The Grellett Student, educational; Erwin Stanley and students, editors, L. L. 
Alrich, publisher, Cawker City. 

The Kansas Herald, Republican; F. J. Hulaniski, editor and publisher, Glen Elder. 

Tri-County News, Republican; Seward Jones, editor, C. H. Sawyer, publisher and 
proprietor, Soottsville. 

MONTGOMEBY COUNTY. 

Star and Kansan, Democratic; H. W. Young, publisher and proprietor. Inde- 
pendence. 

•South Kansas Tribune, Republican; W. T. and C. Yoe, editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Independence. 

The Evening Reporter, neutral; T. N. Sickels, editor and proprietor, Inde- 
pendence. 

The Journal, Republican; D. Stewart Elliott, editor, Coffey ville 

The News, Democratic; E. W. Lyon, editor and proprietor, Coffeyville. 

Cherry vale Champion, Republican; F. G. Moore, publisher, S. P. Moore, editor, 
Cherryvale. 

Cherry vale Republican, Republican; Republican News Co., publishers, Cherryvale. 

Southern Kansas Farmer, Republican ; Richardson, editor. Farmer Publishing 

Co., publisher, Cherryvale. 

The Elk City Enterprise, Alliance; J. R. Chariton, publisher. Elk City. 

The Caney Chronicle, Republican; J. T. MeKee & Sons, Caney. 

The Caney Times, Alliance; C. J. Reynolds, editor. Times Publishing Co., pub- 
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The Liberty Review, Union Labor; A. S. Duley, editor, Miss Florence Duley, as- 
sistant editor. Liberty. 

The Havana Globe, neutral; O. L. Cullison and C. P. Buffington, editors, Havana. 

MOBBIS COUNTY. 

The Council Grove Republican, Republican; W. F. Waller, editor. Republican 
Printing Company, publishers, Council Grove, 

Council Grove Guard, Democratic; Dill, Bell & Sharp, editors, publishers and 
proprietors, Council Grove. 

The Dunlap Courier, independent; S. M. Padgett, publisher, Dunlap. 

White City Register, Republican; W. G. Means & Co., publishers. White City. 

The D wight Wasp, Republican; J. D. & H. F. Parsons, editors and publishers, 
Dwight. 

Wilsey Bulletin, People's Party; G. W. Coffin, jr., editor, Wilsey. 

MOBTON. OOUNTX. 

The Monitor Republican, Republican; Glenn S. and Frank Van Gundy, editors 
'and publishers, Richfield. 

The Taloga Star, Prohibition; H. W. Worthington, editor and publisher, Taloga. 

NEMAHA COUNTY. 

Seneca Courier-Democrat, Democratic; A. P. and C. H. Herold, editors, publish- 
ers, and proprietors, Seneca. 

The Seneca Tribune, Republican; W. H. & G. F. Jordon, editors, Seneca. 

The Seneca News, People's Party; James M. Jones, editor and proprietor, Mrs. 
James M. Jones, associate editor, Seneca. 

Nemaha County Republican, Republican; J. F. Clough, editor, publisher and 
)roprietor, Sabetha. 

The Sabetha Herald, Republican; Flora P. Hogbin, editor, A. C. Hogbin, pub- 
lisher, Sabetha. 

Nemaha Spectator, Republican; J. T. Briston, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Wetmore. 

Centralia Journal; A. J. Birchfield, editor. Journal Publishing Co., publishers, 
Centralia. 

The Bern Press, neutral; F. P. Harbour, editor, publisher and proprietor, Bern. 

NEOSHO COUNTY. 

The Osage Mission Journal, Democratic; John R. Brunt, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Osage Mission. 

Chanute Weekly Times, Republican; C. T. Nixon and M. H, Ruff, editors. Times 
Publishing Company, publishers, Chanute. 

The Chanute Blade, Democratic; John A. Cross, editor. Blade Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers, Chanute. 

Chanute Vidette, Republican; G. M. Dewey and J. H. Williams, editors and pub- 
lishers, Chanute. 

Republican-Record, Republican; Benjamin J. Smith and C. E. Harbough, editors 
and publishers, Erie. 

The Erie Sentinel, People's Party; John W. Locke, editor and publisher, Erie. 

Head Light, Republican; C. T. Ewing, editor and publisher, Thayer. 

NESS COUNTY. 

Ness City Times, Republican; S. L, Moorhead, editor and proprietor, Ness City. 
Ness County News, Republican; J. K. Barnd, editor and proprietor, Ness City. 
Walnut Valley Sentinel, Democratic; J. W. Brown, editor, Ness City. 



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NOBTON COUNTY. 

The Norton Courier, Republican; F. M. Duvall, editor, Norton. 

The Champion, Republican; J. W. Conway, editor, publisher and proprietor,. 
Norton. 

Weekly New Era, People's Party; W. H. Hiles, editor, Norton. 

The Almena Plaindealer, Republican; John Dyatt and S. C. Youngman, publish- 
lishers and proprietors, Almena. 

OSAGE COUNTY. 

The Osage County Chronicle, Republican; J. N. McDonald, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Burlingame. 

The National Echo, neutral; Kate Wathren, editor, W. H. Mundy, publisher and 
proprietor, Burlingame. 

Osage City Free Press, Republican; D. J. Roberts, editor, J. V. Admire, associ- 
ate editor, D. J. Roberts and R. J. Hill, proprietors, Osage City. 

Kansas People, Republican; Elijah Mills, editor, Osage City. 

The Osage County Times, People's Party; George Hoover, editor, Burlingame. 

The Lyndon Journal, Republican; W. A. Madaris, editor and publisher, Lyndon. 

Osage County Graphic, Republican; R. A. Miller, editor. Graphic Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers, Lyndon. 

The People's Herald, People's Party; A. C. Easter, editor, Geo. Rogers, publisher,^ 
Lyndon. 

The Carbondalian, Republican; Reuben F. Playford, editor and proprietor, Car- 
bondale. 

The Osage County Republican, Republican; Miller and Ellis, editors, Quenemo. 

The Scranton Gazette, neutral; Ralph M. Parker and O. K. Stakebake, editors and 
proprietors, Scranton. 

The Overbrook Herald, Republican; S. A. Stauffer and M. R, Stauffer, publishers^ 
Overbrook. 

Melvern Review, neutral; I. and J. E. Farley, editors, A. R. Ball, publisher, Mel- 
vern. 

OSBOBNE COUNTY. 

Osborne County Farmer, Republican; W. S. Tilton and C. W. Landis, editors,, 
publishers and proprietors, Osborne. 

Osborne County News, People's Party; W. D. Gerard & Co., editors and publish- 
ers, Osborne. 

Downs Times, Republican; E. D. Craft & Son, editors, publishers and proprie- 
tors, Downs. 

The Downs Chief, Democratic; W. H. Whitmore, editor, Chief Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers, Downs. 

Western Empire, Republican; H. M. Fletcher & Co., editors and publishers, Alton. 

OTTAWA COUNTY. 

The Minneapolis Messenger, Republican; A. P. Riddle, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Minneapolis. 

Solomon Valley Democrat, Democratic; Park S. Warren, managing editor, Min- 
apolis. 

The Minneapolis Commercial, Republican; W. M. Campbell, editor and propri- 
etor, W. M. & E. K. Campbell, publishers, Minneapolis. 

Kansas Union, People's Party; J. C. & F. O. Cline, editors and proprietors, Min- 
neapolis. 

Kansas Workman (monthly), A. 0. U. W.; A. P. Riddle, editor and proprietor^ 
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H ■ The Sprig of Myrtle (monthly), Knights of Pythias; A. P. Riddle, editor and 
I Bproprietor, Minneapolis. 

I ^ The Delphos Republican, Republican; J. M. Waterman, editor, J. M. Waterman 
& Son, publishers, Delphos. 

Herald and Star, Democratic; D. B. Loudon, editor and publisher, Bennington. 
The Tescott Herald, Republican; Guy A. Adams, editor and proprietor, Tescott. 

PAWNEE COUNTY. 

Larned Chronoscope (weekly), Republican; Frank J. Davis and Wm. G. Stevens, 
sditors, The Larned Printing Co., publishers, Larned. 

The Larned Eagle-Optic, Democratic; T. E. Leftwich, managing editor, A. B. 
ieftwich, business manager, Optic Steam Printing Co., publishers, Larned. 

PHIIililPS COUNTY, 

The Kirwin Chief, Republican; John R. Lane, editor and publisher, Kirwin. 

The Independent, independent; H. W. and S. C. Landes, editors, publishers and 
)roprietors, Kirwin. 

Phillipsburg Herald, Republican; R. A. Dague and E. E. Brainerd, publishers and 
Iproprietors, Phillipsburg. 

Phillipsburg Democrat, Democratic; F. S. Brong, publisher and proprietor, 
[Phillipsburg. 

The Phillipsburg Dispatch, Republican; J. M. McNay & Co., publishers, Phillips- 
iburg. 

The Logan Republican, Republican; A. W. Crippin, publisher, Logan Printing 
[Co., proprietors, Logan. 

Long Island Leader, People's Party; J. N. Curl, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
[Long Island. 

Phillips County Inter-Ocean, Republican; H. S. Montgomery, publisher. Long 
(Island. 

POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. 

Pottawatomie County Times, Independent ; Sylvester Fowler, editory^R. M. Chil- 
30tt and Sylvester Fowler, publishers and proprietors, Louisville. 

The Kansas Agriculturist, Republican; Ernest A. Weller, editor, publisher and 
[proprietor, Wamego. 

St. Marys Star, People's Party; P. J. Jackson and C. W. Graham, editors, publish- 
[ers and proprietors, St. Marys. 

St. Marys Gazette, Republican; J. S. Carpenter, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
^St. Marys. 

The Dial (monthly), literary; W. John Garvey, editor-in-chief, Francis E. Carrolb 
[exchange editor, Patrick O'SuUivan, business manager, published by the students of 
[St. Marys College, St. Marys. 

The Westmoreland Recorder, Republican; W. F. Hill, editor, publisher and pro- 
[prietor, Westmoreland. 

The Westmoreland Indicator, Republican; Anderson Bros., Westmoreland. 

Alliance News, People's Party; J. C. Stanley, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Westmoreland. 

The Onaga Herald, Republican; F. S. Haughawout, editor, publisher and pro- 
Iprietor, Onaga. 

Olsburg News Letter, Republican; Lewis Havermale, editor, publisher and pro- 
[prietor, Olsburg. 

Havensville Register, Republican; C. A. Hill and W. A. Hill, editors and publish- 
lers, Havensville. 



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PBATT COUNTY. 

The Pratt County Republican, Republican; F. A. Lanstrum & Co. and T. Warren, 
editors and proprietors, Pratt. 

Pratt County Times, Republican; James Kelly, editor, James Kelly and J. W. 
Naron, publishers, Pratt. 

The Pratt County Union, People's Party; Joel Reeoe, editor and publisher, Pratt. 
, The Preston Plaindealer, independent; J. G." Oliver, editor and publisher, Preston. 

BAWIilNS COUNTY. 

The Republican Citizen, Republican; James D. Greason, editor and publisher, 
Atwood. 

Rawlins County Democrat, Democratic; W. A. Mikesell, editor, Miksell Bros. 
(W. A. and M. W.), publishers, Atwood. 

The Blakeman Register, Republican; F. F. Coolidge, editor and owner, Blakeman. 

The Ludell Gazette, Republican; A. H. Chessmore, editor, Frank J. Ginger, pub- 
lisher, Ludell. 

The McDonald Times, Republican; J. R. Sedgwick, editor and publisher, 
McDonald. 

The Herndon Courant, Republican; D. C. Mather, editor and publisher, Herndon. 

BENO COUNTY. 

Hutchinson News (daily and weekly), Republican; R. M. Easley, president and 
managing editor, Hutchinson. 

Weekly Interior Herald, Republican; Fletcher Meredith, editor and proprietor, 
Hutchinson. 

The Times-Republican, Republican; Sponsler, J. L. Sponsler and Carr, 

editors and proprietors, Hutchinson. 

The Alliance Gazette, People's Party; Warren Foster, editor and publisher, 
Hutchinson. 

The Clipper, society and dramatic; W. A. Loe, publisher, Hutchinson. 

The Nickerson Argosy, Republican; W. F. Hendry and J. E. Humphrey, editors 
and publishers, Nickerson. 

The Nickerson Register, Republican; Harry H. Brightman, editor and publisher, 
Nickerson. 

Arlington Enterprise, Republican; Eaton & Morton, editors and publishers, Ar- 
lington. 

The Sylvia Banner, People's Party; Jeflf. Bower, editor, M. P. Womack, manager, 
Sylvia. 

The Haven Independent, People's Party; Warren Foster, proprietor, C. A. Ham- 
lin, editor, Haven. 

Turon Headlight, independent; E. F. Koontz, editor, M. Benefiel, business man- 
ager, Turon. 

BEPUBIi'lO COUNTY. 

The Belleville Telescope, Republican; J. C. Humphrey, publisher and proprietor, 
Belleville. 

The Belleville Democrat-Press, Democratic; W. J. A. Montgomery, editor and 
publisher, Belleville. 

Republic County Freeman, People's Party; H. N. Boyd, publisher and proprie- 
tor, Belleville. 

Scandia Journal, Republican; I. C. Ware, editor and publisher, Scandia. 

Republic City News, Republican; Gomer T. Davies, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Republic City. 



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^ ■ The Cuba Daylight, Republican; J. J. Shimek, editor, Daylight Publishing Co., 
publishers, Cuba. 

Cuba Dispatch; H. G. McDonald, editor and publisher, Cuba. 
Cortland Register, Republican-Alliance; Joe A. Litsinger, editor and publisher, 
Portland. 

EIOE COUNTY. 

Sterling Gazette, Republican; W. H. Hornaday, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Jterling. 

The Bulletin, Republican; J. E. Junkin, editor, Junkin <fe Steele, publishers, 
sterling. 

Sterling Weekly Champion, independent; Thos. L. Powers, editor and publisher, 
iterling. 
The Lyons Republican, Republican; Clark Conkling, editor, Frank E. Hoyt, man- 
|^*ger, Lyons. 

The Lyons Tribune, Republican; Elbert W. Hoyt, editor, A. W, Hoyt, publisher, 
jyons. 
Central Kansas Democrat, Democratic; Fred. N. Cooper, editor, Minnie Wood 
[Cooper, publisher, Lyons. 

Rice County Eagle, People's Party; D. P. Hodgdon, editor and proprietor, Lyons. 
The Chase Record, independent; Geo. W. Loman, editor and proprietor. Chase. 
The Little River Monitor, Republican; W. G. Greenbank, editor and publisher, 
JELittle River. 

Geneseo Herald, Republican; W. R. White, publisher, Geneseo. 

Rice County News, neutral; H. T. Murray, editor and publisher, Frederick. 

EILEY COUNTY. 

The Nationalist, Republican; R. D. Parker and Geo. F. Thompson, editors, pub- 
ishers and proprietors, Manhattan. 

The Industrialist, educational and agricultural; edited by the President and Fac- 
ility, Geo. T. Fairchild, president, Manhattan. 

The Manhattan Republic (daily and weekly), independent; A. A. Stewart, editor 
[and publisher, Manhattan, 

The Mercury, Democratic; J. J. Davis, editor and publisher, Manhattan. 

The Signal, People's Party; McDonald, Atkins & Co. (Jas. W. McDonald and Dud- 
ley Atkins), proprietors, D. Atkins, publisher, Valdy Atkins, local editor, Manhattan- 

The Kansas Telephone (monthly), religious; Rev. R. D. Parker, editor and pub- 
sher, Manhattan. 

The Manhattan Homestead (monthly), real estate; L. R. Elliott, editor, F. B. Elliott, 
[assistant, Manhattan. 

Manhattan District Methodist (monthly), religious; Rev. James Lawrence, editor 
fand publisher, Manhattan. 

The Enterprise, Republican; J. H. Colt, editor and publisher, Randolph. 

Leonardville Monitor, Republican; P. S. Loofbourrow, editor and publisher, 
Leonardville. 

The Bala City Advance, Republican; Samuel Johnson, publisher, Bala City Ad- 
vance Publishing Co., proprietors, Bala City. 

The Riley Regent, Republican; Chas. A. Southwick, editor, Chas. A. Southwick 
and Geo. W. Southwick, publishers, Riley. 

BOOKS COUNTY. 

The Western News, Republican; E. Owen, editor, E. Owen and O. T. Owen, pub- 
lishers and proprietors, Stockton. 

Rooks County Record, Republican; W. L. Chambers, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Stockton. 



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Academician (quarterly), educational; published by Stockton Academy, Stockton. 
The Plainville Times, Republican; I. O. Middaugh and W. E. Powers, editors, 
publishers and proprietors, Plainville. 

Alliance Signal, Alliance; F. M. Case, editor and proprietor, Stockton. 

BUSH COUNTY. 

Rush County News, Republican; Thomas J. Stumbaugh, editor and proprietor, 
Rnsh Centre. 

La Crosse Chieftain, Republican; E. E. Cone, editor and publisher, La Crosse. 

La Crosse Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Tracy, editor and publisher, La Crosse. 

La Crosse Clarion, Republican; A. Clay Whiteman, editor and publisher, La 
Crosse. 

The McCracken Enterprise, Republican; F. R. Newton, editor and publisher, 
McCracken. 

BUSSELIi COUNTY. 

The Russell Record, Republican; James Jones, editor and publisher, Russell. 
Russell Journal, Republican; S. H. Haflfa, editor and proprietor, Russell. 
Russell County School Signal, educational; J. R. Bickerdyke, editor, Russell. 
The Lugas Advance, Republican; F. T. Naylor, editor, H. & F. T. Naylor, pro- 
prietors, Lucas. 

SALINE COUNTY. 

Saline County Journal, Republican; N. F. and J. E. Ethell, editors and publish- 
ers, Salina. 

The Salina Herald, Democratic; Harry C. Tobey, publisher, Salina. 

The Salina Republican (daily and weekly). Republican; J. L. Bristow, editor and 
proprietor, Salina. 

The Salina Sun, Republican; W. H. Johnson, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Salina. 

The Weekly Tidings, religious; Rev. A. N. See, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Salina. 

The Salina Union, People's Party; A. C. Pattee and Frank Honeywell, publish- 
ers, Salina. 

The Evening News, independent; J. H. Padgett, editor, Salina. 

Woman's Mission Star, religious; C. M. Williams, editor and manager, Salina. 

The Western Odd Fellow (monthly); A. L. Voorhis, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Salina. 

Vade Mecum, advertising agent; F. F. Oakley, editor and publisher, Salina. 

The Kansas Churchman (monthly), religious ; Rev. E. P. Chittenden, editor, 
Salina. 

The Normal Register (quarterly), educational; L. 0. Thoroman, editor and man- 
ager, Salina. 

The Gypsum Advocate, Republican; J. Wayne Amos, editor and publisher. Gyp- 
sum City. 

The Earth, independent; M. S. Amos, editor, Brookville. 

SCOTT COUNTY. 

Scott County News, Republican; N. D. Adams, editor and proprietor, Scott City. 
The Sentinel-Herald, People's Party; D. F. Hall, editor and publisher, Frank A. 
Capps, managing editor, Scott City. 

SEDGWICK COUNTY. 

The Wichita Eagle (daily and weekly). Republican; M. M. Murdock, editor, R. P. 
Murdock, business manager, Wichita. 



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The Wichita Beacon (daily and weekly), Democratic; John S. Richardson, editor 
land publisher, Wichita. 

Wichita Republic, Independent; J. S. Jennings, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
[Wichita. 

The Arrow, Republican; Lon. Hoding, publisher, Wichita. 

Wichita Herold (German), Democratic; John Hoenscheidt, manager, Wichita. 

Kansas Staats Anzeiger (German), Democratic; John Hoenscheidt, manager, 
iWichita. 

The Mirror (society), E. L. McKenzie, editor and publisher, Wichita. 

The Kansas Commoner, People's Party; E. Kies, editor. Industrial Publishing 
Jo., publishers, Wichita. 

The Kansas Sunflower, Republican, J. B. Gibbs, jr.. editor, J. W. Gibbs, publisher, 
^Wichita. 

Western Methodist, religious; Rev. J. D. Botkins, editor, W. M. Starr, publisher, 
'ichita. 

The Opinion; Opinion Printing Co., publishers, Wichita. 

The Leader (monthly); G. W. CoUings, editor. 

The Wichita Record; A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co., Wichita. 

The Wichita Poultry Home; G. W. C. Jones, editor, Wichita. 

The Kansas Cultivator and Stockman; Kansas Cultivator and Stockman, pub- 
lishers, Wichita. 

The Kansas Star, Democratic; W. E. Huttman, publisher, Henry W. Huttman, 
managing editor, Wichita. 

The Valley Center News, Republican; Whitmore & Beach, publishers. Valley 
Center. 

Colwich Courier, Independent; J. A. Mahuran, editor and proprietor, Colwich. 

The Weekly Mount Hope Mentor, Republican; C. V. Welch, editor and pro- 
prietor. 

SEWABD COUNTY. 

The Liberal Leader, Democratic; Lambert Willstaedt, editor and publisher, Lib- 
eral. • 

The Liberal Lyre, Republican; H. V. Nichols, editor and publisher, Liberal. 

The Arkalon News, Republican; A. K. Staufer, editor and proprietor, Arkalon. 

The Springfield Republican, Republican; H. F. Thompson, editor and publisher, 
Springfield. 

SHAWNEE COUNTY. 

The Topeka Capital (daily and weekly). Republican; J. K. Hudson, editor and 
president, James L. King, vice-president, Dell Keiser, secretary and business man- 
ager, Herold T. Chase, treasurer, Topeka. 

State Journal (daily). Republican; Frank P. MacLennan, editor and publisher, 
Topeka. 

The Kansas Democrat (daily), Democratic; C. K. HoUiday, jr., president; W. P. 
Tomlinson, vice-president, Harry Garvey, publisher, Kansas Democrat Publishing 
Company, proprietors, Topeka. 

Kansas Farmer (agricultural), Kansas Farmer Publishing Company, publishers, 
Samuel J. Crawford, president, J. B. McAfee, vice-president, D. C. Nellis, secretary, 
H. A. Heath, manager, W. A. Peffer, editor, Topeka. 

Kansas Telegraph (German), Democratic; H. Von Langen, editor, Kansas Tele- 
graph Publishing Company, publishers, Topeka. 

The Lance, literary; Harry Frost, editor and publisher, Topeka. 

The Kansas Newspaper Union; F. P. Baker, editor, Topeka. 



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Western School Journal, educational; John MacDonald, editor and publisher, 
Topeka. 

The Sunday Ledger, literary; Geo. W. Reed, editor, Topeka. 

Our Messenger (monthly), W. C. T. U.; Olive P. Bray, editor, Topeka. 

The Washburn Argo (monthly), literary; Albert Tucker, editor-in-chief, Harry 
E. Mills and Eugene L. Smith, business managers, Topeka. 

Kansas United Presbyterian (monthly), religious; M. F. McKirahan, publisher, 
W. J. Neeley, business manager, Topeka. 

Kansas Medical Journal (monthly); J. E. Minney, editor-in-chief, Topeka. 

The Kansas Financier (semi-monthly); S. L. Seabrook, editor and proprietor, 
Topeka. 

Western Veteran, G. A. R.; O. H. Coulter and Lewis Hanback, editors, Topeka. 

The Grand Army Journal, G. A. R.; T. R. Hornaday, editor and publisher, Topeka. 

The Advocate, People's Party; S. McLallin, editor, Mrs. Anna L. Diggs and J. C. 
Hebbard, associate editors, Topeka. 

The Alliance Tribune, People's Party; G. K. Estes, editor. Alliance Tribune Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers. 

The Association Reflector, Y. M. C. A.; W. H. Holmes, editor, Young Men's 
Christian Association, publishers, Topeka. 

The Budget, (monthly), advertising; J. F. Daniels, editor and manager, Topeka. 

The Illustrated Weekly, E. L. Shelton, editor and publisher, Topeka. 

The Topeka Republican, Republican; J. C. Thomas, editor, M. R. Chesney, busi- 
ness manager, Topeka. 

Lucifer— The Light Bearer; M. Harman, editor and publisher, Topeka. 

Kansas Church Tidings, (monthly), religious; L. A. Rudisell, editor, Topeka. 

Washburn Reporter, literary; J. F. Lawson, editor-in-chief, J. L. Posten, business 
manager, Topeka. 

Kansas Trade Journal (monthly), advertising; J. F. Daniels, publisher, Topeka. 

The Western Poultry Breeder; Thos. Owen, editor, Owen <fe Co., publishers, To- 
peka. 

Ham and Eggs or the Hog and the Hen; Thos, Owen, editor, Owen & Co.', pub- 
lishers, Topeka. 

Kansas Methodist Times (semi-monthly), religious; Rev. James Lawrence, editor 
and publisher, Topeka. 

The Detective World; Fred L. McPherson, manager, World Publishing Company, 
publishers, Topeka. 

The Topeka News, Republican; G. F. Kimball, editor, Kimball Printing Company, 
publishers, North Topeka. 

Spirit of Kansas, Republican; G. F. Kimball, editor, Kimball Printing Company, 
publishers, North Topeka. 

The Topeka Mail, Republican; Frank A. Root, editor. North Topeka. 

The Rossville Times, neutral; Geo. A. Weller, editor and publisher, Rossville. 

The Oakland News, Republican; L. A. Rudisell, editor, L. A. Rudisell, B. T. Wil- 
liams and T. J. Nichols, publishers, Oakland. 

Potwin Tribune; Edward Epps, editor and publisher, Potwin. 

SHEBIDAN COUNTY. 

The Hoxie Sentinel, Republican; W. L. Humes, editor and proprietor, Hoxie. 
The Hoxie Democrat, People's Party; S. P. Davidson, editor, publisher, and pro- 
prietor, Hoxie. 

The Selden Times, Republican; E. E. Van Epps, publisher, Selden. 



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8HEBMAN COUNTY. 

Sherman County Dark Horse, Republican; J. H. Tait, editor and proprietor, 
Goodland. 

The Goodland News, People's Party; E. F. Tennant, editor and publisher, Good- 
land. 

The Goodland Republican, Republican; J. H. Stewart, editor, Helena Stewart, 
assistant editor, Goodland. 

The Academy Microscope and Messenger, literary; G. M. Caldwell, editor and 
publisher, Goodland. 

State Line Register, People's Party ; Charles A. Fitch, editor, J. Frank Longanecker, 
publisher, Lamborn. 

SMITH COUNTY. 

The Pioneer Bulletin, Republican; J. N. Beacom and W. H. Nelson, publishers, 
Smith Center. 

Stewart's Bazoo, Democratic; Jack Stewart, editor and proprietor. Smith Center. 

Smith County Journal, People's Party; M. L. Lockwood and K. Lockwood, edi- 
tors and publishers. Smith Center. 

Gaylord Herald, Republican; Lew C. Headley, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Gaylord. 

The Lebanon Criterion, Republican; W. H, Wahl, editor and publisher, Lebanon. 

Lebanon Journal, People's Party; J. A.Wright, editor and publisher, Lebanon. 

The Kensington Mirror, Republican; 0. L. Reed, editor, Kensington, 

STAFFOBD COUNTY. 

Stafford Semi -Weekly Republican, Republican; Dr. Geo. W. Akers, editor, Geo. 
W. and Art B. Akers, proprietors, Stafford. 

The Alliance Herald, People's Party; May Garvin, editor and publisher, Stafford. 

The St. John Weekly News, Republican; W. A. Potter, editor and proprietor, St. 
John. 

County Capital, People's Party; John B. Hilmes, editor, St. John. 

The Advance, Republican; W. K. P. Dow, publisher, St. John. 

STANTON COUNTY. 

The Johnson City Journal, Republican; J. A. Webster, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, Johnson City. 

The Stanton County Republican, Republican; P. J. Haas, editor and proprietor, 
Johnson City. 

STEVENS COUNTY. 

Woodsdale Sentinel, People's Party; S. N. Wood and Ada McClure, editors, A. C. 
McClure, publisher, Woodsdale. 

Stevens County Tribune, People's Party; A. A. Dunmire, editor, A. A. Dunmire 
and J. C. Gerrond, proprietors, Woodsdale. 

The Voorhees Vindicator, People's Party; C. R. Wright, editor, Voorhees. 

Hugoton Hermes, Republican; C. M. Davis, editor and proprietor, Hugoton. 

SUMNEB COUNTY. 

The Sumner County Press, Republican; Jacob Stotler, editor and manager. Will 
R. Stotler, assistant, Wellington. 

Sumner County Standard, Democratic; Luke Herring, editor, Wellington. 

The Wellington Monitor, Republican; J. G. Campbell and Chas. Hood, editors and 
publishers, Wellington. 

The Christian Reminder, religious; J. G. M. Hursh, editor, Wellington. 



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People's Voice, People's Party; Lyman Naugle, editor and publisher, Wellington. 

The Daily Mail, J. H. Shade, editor, Fred. Bohanna, publisher, Wellington. 

The Methodist News (monthly), religious; Rev. L. M. Hortley and Rev. S. Price, 
editors, Wellington. 

The Mocking Bird, Republican; Wm. M. Massey, publisher and proprietor, E. L. 
Cline, manager, Oxford. 

The Caldwell Journal, People's Party; R. B. Swartout, publisher, Caldwell. 

The Caldwell News, Republican; Robert T. Simons, publisher, Caldwell. 

Belle Plaine News, independent; D. M. Turley, editor. Belle Plaine. 

The Mulvane Record, independent; G. L. Reed, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Mulvane. 

Geuda Springs Herald, Republican; W. C. Barnes, editor and proprietor, Geuda 
Springs. 

The Argonia Clipper, independent; S. W. Duncan, publisher, Argonia. 

Conway Springs Star, Republican; D. W. Cain and P. W. Bast, publishers, Con- 
way Springs. 

The South Haven New Era, independent; C. A. Bransoombe, editor, publisher and 
proprietor, South Haven. 

The Patrick Henry, Anti-Monopolist; Samuel Nutt, editor, published by the 
U. 0. A. M., South Haven. 

THOMAS COUNTY. 

The Thomas County Cat, Republican; G. F. Roberts, editor and proprietor, 
Colby. 

The Colby Tribune, Republican; P. A. Troutfetter, editor and proprietor, Colby. 
The Free Press, Democratic; J. L. Loar, editor, W. T. Logan, publisher, Colby. 

TBEGO COUNTY. 

Western Kansas World, Republican; S. R. Cowick and C. E. Cosby, Wakeeney. 

WABAUNSEE COUNTY. 

The Alma News, People's Party; I. D. Gardiner, editor, publisher and proprietor. 
Alma. 

Alma Enterprise, Republican; V. C. Welch and Frank I. Sage, editors, publishers 
and proprietors. Alma. 

The Alma Signal, Democratic; Matt. Thomson, editor, publisher and proprietor. 
Alma. 

The Eskridge Star, Republican; W. H. Melrose, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Eskridge. 

The Alta Vista Record, Republican; J. C. Padgett, editor, publisher and proprie- 
tor, Alta Vista. 

WALLACE COUNTY. 

The Western Times, Republican; Mrs. Kate Russell-Doering, editor and pro- 
prietor, Sharon Springs. 

The Sharon Springs Leader, Republican; Tune Bentley, editor and proprietor, 
Sharon Springs. 

The Alliance Echo, People's Party; J. K. Laycock and O.J. Benjamin, editors 
and proprietors, Sharon Springs. 

The Weskansan, Republican; Ed. Carter, editor and proprietor, Weskan. 

Wallace County Gazette, Republican; N. Fenstemaker, editor and proprietor, 
Wallace. 



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WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Washington Republican, People's Party; by L. J. Sprengle, Washington. 

The Washington Register, Republican; J, B. Besack, editor, J. B. and J. E. Be- 
sack, publishers, Washington. 

The Washington Post, Democratic; J. T. Hole and S. W. Veatch, editors, Wash- 
ington. 

The Hanover Democrat, Democratic; J. M. Hood, editor, J. M. Hood, and 

Munger, publishers, Hanover. 

The Clifton Review, Republican; J. A. Branson, editor and proprietor, Clifton. 

Greanleaf Journal, Republican; J. W. Bliss, editor, Frank D. Bliss, publisher, 
Greenleaf. 

Haddam City Clipper, Republican; A. Tansel, editor, S. T. Yoder, local editor, 
Haddam. . 

The Barnes Enterprise, Republican; M. O. Reitzel, editor and publisher, Barnes. 

Linn Local Record, independent; Lewis Cobb, editor and publisher, Linn. 

WICHITA COUNTY. 

Leoti Standard, Republican; C. S. Triplett, editor and publisher, Leoti. 

Western Kansan; J. B. Milford, editor and publisher, Leoti. 

The Selkirk Graphic; E. P. & L. L. Stephenson, editors and publishers, Selkirk. 

WIIiSON COUNTY, 

Wilson County Citizen, Republican; John S. Gilmore, editor, publisher and pro- 
prietor, Fredonia. 

Fredonia Democrat, Democratic; T. Sherk, editor, Fredonia. 

Neodesha Register, Republican; J. Kansas Morgan, editor and publisher, J. K. 
and J. B. Morgan, proprietors, Neodesha. 

Altoona Journal, independent; M. A. Rhea, editor, publisher and proprietor, 
Altoona. 

The Buffalo Advocate, Republican; Grant Keesling, editor and publisher, Buffalo. 

WOODSON COUNTY. . 

The Post, Republican; J. M. Stout, editor and proprietor, Neoeho Falls. 

The News, Republican; C. C. Clevenger, editor, Trueblood & Stephenson, propri- 
etors, Yates Center. 

The Woodson Democrat, Democratic; R. R. Wells, editor, publisher and propria 
etor, Yates Center. 

The Farmers' Advocate, People's Party; N. A. and C. A. Macoubrie, publishers 
and proprietors, Yates Center. 

The Toronto Republican, Republican; N. B. Buck and C. A. Buck, editors, pub- 
lishers, and proprietors, Toronto. 

WYANDOTTE COUNTY. 

The Wyandotte Herald, Democratic; by V. J. Lane & Co., Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Gazette (daily and weekly), Republican; George W. Martin, ed- 
itor. Gazette Publishing Company, publishers, Kansas City. 

Cromwell's Kansas Mirror, Republican; Mark Cromwell, editor and proprietor, 
Kansas City (Armonrdale). 

The Kansas Catholic, religious; John O'Flanagan, editor, Kansas CatholiQ Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers, Kansas City. 

Kansas City Sun, Republican; E. F. Heisler, editor, Sun Printing Company, 
Kansas City. 
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Kansas Herold, (German,) Democratic; Edward Elias, The Kansas Herold Com- 
pany publishers, Kansas City. 

The Chronicle, religious; Rev. R. R. Williams and Rev. C. H. DeWolfe, editors, 
Kansas City. 

The Age, Republican; Mark Cromwell, publisher, Kansas City (Riverview). 

The Weekly Press, Republican; J. B. Hippie, editor and proprietor, Kansas City 
(Armourdale P. O.). 

Argentine Republic, neutral; Joseph T. Landrey, editor and proprietor, Ar- 
gentine. 

The Rosedale Bee, neutral; Mark Cromwell, publisher, Rosedale. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES 

NOW RECEIVED. 

ALASKA. 

The Alaska Free Press; A. T. Howard, editor; J. C. Howard, business manager; 
Howard & Son, proprietors, Juneau. 

The Alaskan, neutral; Maurice E. Kenealy, editor and proprietor, Sitka. 



Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner, Republican; J. C. Martin, editor, Arizona Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers, Prescott. 

CALlFdBNIA. 

The Overland Monthly, Overland Monthly Co., publishers, San Francisco. 

The California Prohibitionist, Prohibition Publishing Co., publishers, A. G. 
Shehan, editor-in-chief, San Francisco. 

The Signs of the Times, E. Js Waggenor and M. C. Wilcox, editors, Oakland. 

Pacific Health Journal and Temperance Advocate (monthly), Pacific Press Co., 
publishers, J. N. Loughborough and W. P. Burke, editors, Oakland. 

OOIiOBABO. 

Weekly Rocky Mountain News; Rocky Mountain News Co., publishers, Thos. A. 
Patterson and John Arkins, proprietors, Denver. 

The Denver Republican (daily); Republican Publishing Company, publishers, 
Denver. 

The Denver Press, Republican; V. P. Wilson, editor, V. P. Wilson & Son, pub- 
ishers, Denver and Highland. 

The Commonwealth (monthly); the Commonwealth Publishing Co., publishers, 
Denver. 

The Great Divide; Stanley Wood, editor, Great Divide Publishing Co., publishers, 
Denver. 

The West Side Citizen, Republican; Lewis L. Gray, editor; Villa Park. 

Gunnison Review-Press, Republican; Henry C. Olney, editor and manager, Gun- 
nison. 

The Otero County Republican, Republican; George Henry, editor and publisher, 
La Junta. 

The Salida Mail (semi-weekly); M. D. Snedicor, editot, J. F. Erdlen &, Co., pro- 
prietor, Salida. 

The White Pine Cone, Republican; George S. Irwin, editor. White Pine. 

Grand Valley Star; Grand Junction Publishing Company, publishers. Grand 
Junction. ^ 



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OONNEOTICUT. 

Quarterly Journal of Inebriety; T. D. Crothers, M.D., editor, published by The 
American Association for the Cure of Inebriates, Hartford. 

Travelers Record (monthly); Travelers Insurance Company, publishers, Hart- 
ford. 

DISTBIOT OF COLUMBIA. 

The Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office (weekly); Washington. 

United States Official Postal Guide; The Brodix Publishing Co., Washington. 

Public Opinion; Public Opinion Co., publishers, Washington. 

The Washington Book Chronicle and Bulletin of Government Publications 
(monthly); Washington. 

The National Tribune; George E. Lemon, editor, Washington. 

United States Government Publications (monthly catalogue); J. H. Hickox, pub- 
lisher, Washington. 



The Florida Dispatch; Stephen Powers, editor, De Costa & Powers, publishers, 
Jacksonville. 

The Advertiser; Fred. H. Perry, proprietor, Apopka. 

Monthly Bulletin; Published by Bureau of Immigration, Department of Agricul- 
ture, Tallahassee. 

GEOBGIA. 

Southern Industrial Railroad Record (monthly); conducted by A. L. Harris, Rec- 
ord Publishing Co., publishers, Atlanta. 

Spelman Messenger (monthly); L. H. Upton and M. J. Packard, editors, E. O. 
Werden, publisher, Atlanta. 

ILLINOIS. 

Semi-Weekly Inter-Ocean; Inter-Ocean Publishing Company, Chicago. 

IndustrialWorld and Iron Worker; David H. Mason, editor, Melvin M. Cohen, 
assistant manager, Chicago. 

The Standard, religious; Justin A. Smith, D. D., editor, Edward Goodman, E. R. 
and J. S. Dickerson, proprietors, Chicago. 

The Weekly Drovers' Journal; H. L. Goodall & Co., publishers, Chicago. 

The Svenska Amerikanaren; Swedish American Printing Co., publishers, Bong- 
gren and Waerner, editors, A. E. G. Wingard, business and advertising manager, 
Chicago. 

The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal (bi-monthly); Rev. Stephen D. 
Peet, editor and publisher, Mendon and Chicago. 

The Union Signal, organ of W. N. T. U.; Mary Allen West and Julia Ames, editors, 
Woman's Temperance Publication Association, publishers, Geo. C. Hall, business 
manager, Chicago. 

The Open Court; Dr. Paul Carus, editor. Open Court Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers, Chicago. 

The Chicago Express; Alfred Clark and Mrs. Marion Todd, editors and manag- 
ers Express Printing Co., publishers, Chicago. 

The Humane Journal (monthly); Albert W. Landon, publisher, Chicago. 

Pravda (monthly), mission work; A. E. Adams, publisher, Chicago. 

The Newspaper Union (monthly); J. F. Cramer, president, C. E. Strong, man- 
ager, Chicago. 

The Kindergarten (monthly); Cora L. Stockham, editor, Alice B. Stockham & Co., 
publishers, Chicago. 

The Western Trail (monthly); published in the interest of the Rock Island Rail- 
road, Chicago. 



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The Dial (monthly); A. C. McClurg & Co., publishers, Chicago. 

Young Men's Era; H. F. Williams, editor, Chicago. 

National Journalist (monthly); National Journalist Publishing Co., publishers, 
Chicago. 

National Reveille, Sons of Veterans (semi-monthly); G. B. Abbott, editor, James 
I. Lyons, publisher and proprietor, Chicago. 

The Lever; The Center-Lever Publishing Co., Chicago. 

National Stenographer (monthly); Isaac S. Dement, editor and publisher, Chicago. 

The Inland Printer; A. C. Cameron, editor, Chicago. 

The Morist (quarterly); Open Court Publishing Co., publishers, Chicago. 

The National W. C. T. U. Bulletin; Alice E. Briggs, editor, Evanston. 

The Gospel Messenger; H. B. Brumbaugh, editor, Mt. Morris. 

The Odd Fellows' Herald (semi-monthly); G. M. Adams, editor and manager, M. 
T. Scott, publisher, Bloomington. 

Western Plowman (monthly); W. F. Eastman, editor, Moline. 

INDIAN TEBBITOBY. 

The Cherokee Advocate; R. F. Wyly, editor, Tahlequah. 

The Indian Chieftain; M. E. Milford, manager. Chieftain Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers, Vinita. 

The Territorial Topic; Miller & Covington, publishers and proprietors, Purcell, 
Chickasaw Nation. 

Minoo Minstrel; Lewis N. Hornbeck, editor, publisher and proprietor, Minco, 
Chickasaw Nation. 

INDIANA. 

Indiana State Journal; Indianapolis Journal Newspaper Co., publishers, Indian- 
apolis. 

The Millstone & Corn Miller (monthly), published by the D. H. Ranck Publishing 
Co., Indianapolis. 

Mennonetische Rundschau; Mennonite Publishing Co., publishers, Elkhart. 

IOWA. 

The Christna (semi-monthly); James Vincent, sen., editor and proprietor, Tabor. 
The Iowa Historical Record (quarterly); published by the State Historical So- 
ciety, Iowa City. 

LOUISIANA. 

Southwestern Christian Advocate; published by Methodist Book Concern, New 
Orleans. 

MAINE. 

The Kennebec Joui'nal; Chas. B. Burleigh and Chas. F. Flynt, publishers, Augusta. 

MABYLAND. 

Johns Hopkins University Circulars, printed by John Murphy <fe Co., Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

New England Historical and Genealogical Register, (quarterly;) John Ward Dean, 
editor, N. E. Historic Genealogical Society, publishers, Boston. 

The Woman's Journal; Lucy Stone, H. B. Blackwell and Alice Stone Blackwell, 
editors, Boston. 

The Unitarian Review, (monthly;) Jos. Henry Allen, editor, Boston. 

The Youth's Companion; Perry Mason & Co., publishers, Boston. 

Harvard Univesity Bulletin; Justin Winsor, editor, Cambridge. 

Saturday Evening Gazette; Henry G. Parker, editor and publisher, Boston. 



Seventh biennial Repobt. 121 



Journal of American Folk-Lore, (quarterly;) Franz Boas, T. Frederick Crane, J. 
Owen Dorsey, editors, W. W. Newell, general editor, Boston. 

The Writer (monthly); W. H. Hills, editor and publisher, Boston. 

The New- Jerusalem Magazine, (monthly,) religious; Massachusetts New-Church 
Union, publishers, Boston. 

The Boston Investigator; L. K. Washburn, editor, Joseph P. Mendum, Boston. 

Technology Quarterly; James P. Munroe, editor, Boston. 

The Golden Rule; Francis E. Clark, editor. Golden Rule Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Boston. 

MICHIGAN. 

■ Advent Review and Sabbath Herald; Uriah Smith, editor, L. A. Smith, associate 
editor, Seventh-Day Adventist Publishing Association, Battle Creek. 

The Unitarian (monthly); J. T. Sunderland, editor and publisher, Ann Arbor. 
The Plaindealer; The Piaindealer Publishing Co., publishers, Detroit. 

MINNESOTA. 

The Illustrated Monthly Northwest Magazine ; E. V. Smalley, editor and pub- 
lisher, St. Paul. 

MISSOUBI. 

Kansas City Times (daily); Morrison Munford, president and manager, Charles 
E. Hasbrook, secretary, Times Publishing Co., publishers, Kansas City. 

Kansas City Daily Journal; Journal Co., publishers, Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Star (daily and weekly); Kansas City. 

Kansas City Live Stock Indicator, Record and Farmer; The Indicator Publishing 
Co., publishers, Kansas City. 

Lanphear's Kansas City Medical Index (monthly); Emory Lanphear, editor and 
publisher, Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Record; A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co., publishers, J. F. Guiwits, 
manager, Kansas City. 

Western Newspaper Union, Kansas City. 

The Mid-Continent, religious; Rev. A. A. E. Taylor, editor. Rev. D. M. Hazlett, 
assistant editor, Presbyterian Newspaper Company, publishers, St. Louis and Kan- 
sas City. 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer (monthly); Cliff M. Brooke, editor and publisher, 
Kansas City. 

The Kansas City Globe (daily); Globe Newspaper Company, publishers, Louis 
Hammerslough, president, Kansas City. 

Real Estate Journal; Walter <fe Brodie, publishers, Kansas City. 

Hoisington Bank Reporter (semi-monthly); A. J. Hoisington, president, Joe H. 
Borders, secretary and manager, Kansas City. 

Borders' Odd Fellow (monthly); Joe H. Borders, editor, Hoisington Publishing 
Company, publishers, Kansas City. 

The Christian Era; Rev. H. C. Scotford, editor. Christian Era Publishing com- 
pany, publishers, Kansas City. 

St. Joseph Herald (daily and weekly); William M. Shepherd, manager, Herald 
Publishing Company, publi'shers, St. Joseph. 

St. Joseph Weekly Gazette; Gazette Publishing Company, publishers, C. F. Coch- 
ran, editor, St. Joseph. 

St. Louis Globe-Democrat (daily); Globe Printing Company, publishers, D. M. 
Houser, president, S. Ray, secretary, St. Louis. 

American Journal of Education (monthly); J. B. Merwin, managing editor, St. 
Louis. 



122 State Histobigal Society. 



The Central Christian Advocate; Benj. St. James Fry, editor, Cranston & Stowe, 
publishers, St. Louis. 

The Christian Evangelist; J. H. Garrison and B. W. Johnson, editors, G. A. HoflE- 
man, assistant editor, Christian Publishing Company, publishers, St. Louis. 

The Altruist, (monthly), devoted to common property and community homes; 
A. Longley, editor, St. Louis. 

The Amoret Chief; T. Trickett, publisher, Amoret. 

NEBBASKA. 

The Woman's Tribune; Clara Bewick Colby, editor and publisher, Beatrice. 

Western Resources (published once every ten days) ; H. S. Reed, editor and man- 
ager, Lincoln. 

Nebraska State Journal (daily and weekly); Lincoln. 

University Studies; L. A. Shearman, editor, published by the University of Ne- 
braska, Lincoln. 

Nebraska Congregational News (monthly); H. A. French, editor, Lincoln. 

Western Newspaper Union; Henry C. Akin, manager, Omaha. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Santa F^ New Mexican (daily); New Mexican Printing Co., publishers, Santa F^. 
San Marcial Reporter; J. A. Whitmore, editor and publisher, San Marcial. 
The Daily Citizen; Thos. Hughes, Albuquerque. 
Las Vegas Daily Optic; R. A. Kistler, editor, Los Vegas. 

NEW JEB8BT. 

Orchard and Garden (monthly); J. T. Lovett &, Co., publishers, H. G. Corney, 
editor, Little Silver. 

NEW YOBK. 

New York Tribune (daily); New York. 

Magazine of American History (monthly); Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, editor, New 
York. 

Scientific American; 0. D. Munn and A. E. Beach, editors and proprietors, New 
York. 

Electrical Review; Geo. Worthington and Chas. W. Price, editors. New York. 

The Library Journal (monthly); official organ of the American Library Associa- 
tion, C. A. Cutter and R. R. Bowker, editors. New York. 

The Cooperative Index to Periodicals (quarterly); W. I. Fletcher, editor, New 
York. 

The American Missionary (monthly); published by the American Missionary As- 
sociation, Rev. W. M. Taylor, D. D., LL. D., priesident. New York. 

The Home Missionary (monthly); published by the American Home Missionary 
Society, Alexander H. Clapp, D. D., treasurer. New York. 

Political Science Quarterly; edited by the Faculty of Political Science of Colum- 
bia College, Ginn &, Co., publishers. New York. 

The Irish World; Patrick Ford, editor and proprietor, New York. 

New York Weekly Witness; John Dougall & Co., publishers, New York. 

The Voice; Funk & Wagnalls, publishers. New York. 

The Decorator and Furnisher (monthly); W. R. Bradshaw, editor, W. P. Wheeler, 
business manager, The Art Trades Publishing Company, publishers. New York. 

The Student's Journal (monthly); Andrew J. Graham, editor and proprietor, New 
York. • 

Sabbath Reading; John Dougall <fc Co., publishers, New York. 

The Phonographic World (monthly); E. N. Miner, publisher. New York. 

The National Temperance Advocate (monthly); J. N. Stearns, secretary and pub- 
lishing agent. New York. 



Seventh Biennial Repobt. 123 



The Publishers' Weekly (a book trade journal); R. R. Bowker, manager, New 
York. 

Public Opinion; Public Opinion Co., publishers. New York and Washington. 

The Literary News, (monthly), New York. 

The Literary Digest, Funk & Wagnalls, publishers, New York. 

The Saturday Globe, a weekly Democratic review. New York. 

The American Sentinel, Alonzo T. Jones, editor, Pacific Press Publishing Co., 
publishers, New York. 

Building and Loan News (monthly); devoted to the interests of Building Associa- 
tions, Louis H. Cornish, business manager. New York. 

American Economist, American Protective Tariff League, New York. 

The Silver Cross (monthly); Organ of the King's Daughters, New York. 

The Business Woman's Journal (bi-monthly); Mary F. Seymour, managing editor 
[ew York. 

The Library Bulletin of Cornell University, Ithaca. 

The Husbandman, Elmira. 

NOBTH DAKOTA. 

Bismarck Tribune (daily and weekly); M. H.Jewell, editor and publisher, Bis- 
marck. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Pierre Daily Capital, Republican; Goddard, Ireland & Patterson, editors and pro- 
prietors, Pierre. 

OHIO. 

Magazine of Western History (monthly); J. H. Kennedy, editor, Cleveland. 
Weekly Times, Cincinnati. 

The Christian Press (monthly); published by the Western Tract Society, Cin- 
oinnati. 

Christian Standard; Isaac Errett, editor-in-chief, Cincinnati. 
American Grange Bulletin; F. P. Wolcott, editor, Cincinnati. 
Herald of Gospel Liberty; J. P. Watson, editor, Dayton. 

OKLAHOMA. 

The Evening Gazette; Evening Gazette Company, publishers, Oklahoma. 
Oklahoma City Daily Times; Hamlin W. Sawyer, editor and publisher, Oklahoma. 
Oklahoma Daily Journal; J. J.Burke, editor, E. E. Brown, city editor, Oklahoma. 
Weekly Oklahoma State Capital; Frank H. Greer, editor. State Capital Publish- 
ing Company, publishers, Guthrie. 

The Norman Transcript; Ed. P. Ingle, editor, Norman. 

The Courier; N. H. Thorpe, editor and proprietor. Kingfisher. 

The New World; Ellis, Ross & Ellis, editors, publishers and proprietors. Kingfisher. 

The Mulhall Monitor; Ed. F. Watts, editor and proprietor, Mulhall. 

Edmond Sun; A. H. Classen, editor and publisher, Edmond. 

Hennessey Clipper; J. B. Campbell, editor and publisher, Hennessey. 

El Reno Herald, Republican; L. F. Grove, editor and publisher, El Reno. 

The Frisco Herald; Herald Publishing Company, publishers, Frisco. 

OBEGON. 

Fire and Hammer (monthly); W. T, Ellis, editor, Portland. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Public Ledger (daily); G. W. Childs, editor and publisher, Philadelphia. 
Faith and Works (monthly); published by the Woman's Christian Association, 
Philadelphia. 



124 State Histouical Society. 



The Naturalist's Leisure Hour (monthly); A. E. Foote, editor and publisher, 
Philadelphia. 

Farm and Fireside; Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, editors and publishers, Phila- 
delphia and Springfield, Ohio. 

The Sugar Beet (monthly); Lewis S.Ware, editor, Henry Carey Baird &Co., pub- 
lishers, Philadelphia. 

The Sunday School Times; John D. Wattles, publisher, Philadelphia. 

Annals of the American Academy (quarterly); Edmund J. James, editor, Phila- 
delphia. 

Food, Home and Garden (monthly); Vegetarian Society of America, Phila- 
delphia. 

Paper and Press (monthly); W. M. Patton, publisher and proprietor, Phila- 
delphia. 

Poultry Keeper (monthly); P. H. Jacobs, editor, Poultry Co., publishers, Parkers- 
burg and Philadelphia. 

Book News (monthly); John Wanamaker, publisher, Philadelphia. 

Stowell's Petroleum Reporter (monthly); Pittsburg. 

American Manufacturer and Iron World; Joseph D. Weeks, editor, Pittsburg. 

The Book Mart (monthly); Halkett Lord, literary editor. Book Mart Publishing 
Co., publishers, Pittsburg. 

Farmers' Friend and Grange Advocate; R. H. Thomas, edtior, Mechanicsburg. 

The Red Man (monthly); printed by Indian boys at the Indian School, M. Bur- 
gess, business manager, Carlisle. 



State Board of Health Bulletin; J. Berrien Lindsley, Secretary, Nashville. 

TEXAS. 

Texas Live Stock Journal; Stock Journal Publishing Co., publishers. Fort Worth. 
Southern Mercury; State Alliance Publishing Co., publishers, Dallas. 

VIBGINIA. 

Southern Workman and Hampton School Record; S. C. Armstrong, Helen W. 
Ludlow, and Alice M. Bacon, editors, Hampton. 

WYOMING. 

The Wyoming Commonwealth, C. G. Coutant, editor and publisher, Cheyenne. 
The Daily Boomerang; Laramie. 

FBANCE. 

Soci^t^ de Geograpie, Compte rendu des Seances de la Commission Centrale 
(semi-monthly), Paris. 

Bulletin de la Soci^t^ de G^ographie (quarterly), Paris. 

Chronique de la Society des Gens de Lettres (monthly), Paris. 

Bulletin du Minist^re de I'Agriculture (monthly), Paris. 

Bulletin de la Soci^t^ de G^ographie Commerciale, Paris. 

Bulletin des Stances de la Soci^te Nationele d'Agriculture de France (monthly), 
Paris. 

Bulletin de la Societe de G^ographie de Lyon (monthly), Lyon, 

Union G^ographique du Nord de la France (bi-monthly), Douai. 

Bulletin de la Societe Languedocienne de Geographie, Montpellier. 

Bulletin de la Societe de Geographie de I'est (bi-monthly), Nancy. 

Bulletin de la Society de Geographie Commerciale, Du Havre. 

Bulletin de la Soci^t^ de Geographie de Toulouse (bi-monthly), Toulouse. 

Bulletin de la Society de Geographie de Rochefort (quarterly), Paris et Rochefort. 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REPORT 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



KiNSAS State Historical Socinf, 



FOE THE PEBIOD 



COMMENCING NOVEMBER 18, 1890, AND ENDING NOVEMBER 15, 1892. 



TOPEKA. 

PRESS OF THE HAMILTON PRINTING COMPANY: 
Edwin H. Snow, State Printer, 



OFFICEES FOE THE YEARS 1891-'92. 

JAMES S. EMERY, Lawrence President, 1891. 

THOMAS A. OSBORN, Topeka S ?iS-pIe5dent, 1891. 

SAMUEL N. WOOD, Woodsdale Vice-President, 189L 

BENJAMIN F. SIMPSON, Topeka Vice-President, 1892. 

ALBERT R. GREENE, Lecompton Vice-President, 1892. 

FRANKLIN G. ADAMS, Topeka Secretary, 1891-'92. 

T. DWIGHT THACHER, Topeka Treasurer, 1891-'92. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

^C. K. HOLLIDAY, L. U. HUMPHREY, J. N. IVES, F. P. BAKER, D. W. WILDER, A. R. GREENE. 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE. 

T, D. THACHER, S. N. WOOD, B. F. SIMPSON, A. R, GREENE, GEO. D. HALE. 

COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION COMMITTEE. 

J. S. EMERY, J. B. ABBOTT, GHAS. S. GLEED, F. G. ADAMS, E. J. DALLAS. 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE. 

E. P. BAKER, P. G. LOWE, S. C. WHEELER, A. N. WHITTINGTON, B. F. SIMPSON. 



DIEECTORS. 



Members of the Board of Directors for the 

AftBOTT, J. B De Soto. 

Adams, N. A Manhattan. 

Ahthony, Geo. T Ottawa. 

Blackmar, F. W Lawrence. 

Snow, Frank H Lawrence. 

CORDLET, Richard Lawrence. 

Downing, J. H Hays City. 

Elliott, R. G Lawrence. 

Elliston, Henry Atchison. 

Fairchild, Geo. T Manhattan. 

Hale, Geo. D Topeka. 

HiGGiNS, Wm Topeka. 

HocH, E. W Marion. 

Howe, Edgar W Atchison. 

Hudson, J. K Topeka. 

Johnson, A. S Topeka. 

Kellogg, L. B Emporia. 

Members of the Board of Directors for the year 

Anderson, J. W. D Elk City. 

Anthony, D. R Leavenworth. 

JEcKERT, T. W. Arkansas City. 

Baker, F. P Topeka. 

Berry, Ed. A Waterville. 

Brown, A. Z Guilford. 

■CoBUN, M. W Hoisington. 

Doty, W Oketo. 

Elder, P. P Ottawa. 

EsKRiDGE, C. V Emporia. 

Olick, Geo. W Atchison. 

OooDNOW, I. T Manhattan. 

Oreene, a. R Lecompton. 

Humphrey, L. U Independence. 

Ives, J. N Sterling. 

Kingman. S. A Topeka. 

XsGATE, Jas. F Leavenworth. 

Members of the Board of Directors for the year 

Adams, F. G Topeka. 

■Caldwell, Alex Leavenworth. 

Carroll, Ed Leavenworth. 

Dallas, E. J Topeka. 

Elliott, L. R Manhattan. 

Emery, J. S Lawrence. 

<Jleed, Chas. S Topeka. 

<luTHRiE, John Topeka. 

Hays, R. R Osborne. 

HoLLiDAY, C. K Topeka. 

Hopkins, Scott Horton. 

HoRTON, Albert H Topeka. 

Humphrey, James Junction City. 

Johnson, J. B Topeka. 

Lane, V. J Wyandotte. 

Lowe, P. G Leavenworth. 

Maloy, John Council Grove 



year ending January 17, 1893: 

Kelly, H. B McPherson. 

Kimball, C. H Parsons. 

LipPiNCOTT, J. A Topeka. 

McCarthy, Timothy Larned. 

McNeal, T. a Medicine Lodge. 

McViCAR, Peter Topeka. 

Miller, Sol Troy. 

Murdoch, M. M Wichita. 

Murdoch, T. B El Dorado, 

Prentis, Noble L Newton. 

Rice, Wm. M Fort Scott. 

Scott, Chas. F lola. 

Smith, A. W McPherson. 

Taylor, A. E Emporia. 

QUAYLE, W. A Baldwin. 

Valentine, D. A Clay Centre. 



ending January 16, 1894: 

McBride, Wm. H Osborne. 

McIntire, T Arkansas City. 

Osborn, Thos. a Topeka. 

Phillips, Wm. A Salina. 

Riddle, A. P Minneapolis. 

Robinson, Chas Lawrence. 

Russell, Edward Lawrence. 

Speer, John Sherlock. 

Stewart, Sam'l J Humboldt. 

Ware, E. F Fort Scott. 

Collins, J. S . . . Topeka. 

Weightman, M Topeka. 

Wheeler, S. C Concordia. 

Whittington, A.N Lincoln. 

Wilder, D. W Hiawatha. 

Wood, Mrs. Margaret L Woodsdale. 

ending January 15, 1895: 

Martin, Geo. W Kansas City. 

Martin, John Topeka. 

Mead, J. R Wichita. 

Moody, Joel Mound City. 

Morrill, E. N Hiawatha. 

Peck, Geo. R Topeka. 

Price, John M Atchison. 

Reynolds, Adrian Sedan. 

Simpson, B. F Topeka. 

Sims, William Topeka. 

Smith, W. H Marysville. 

Stotler, Jacob Wellington. 

SwENSSON, C. A . . McPherson. 

Thacher, T. D Topeka. 

Wellhouse, Fred Leavenworth. 

Wright, John K Junction City. 



REPORT. 



Herewith the Board of Directors of the Kansas State Historical Society 
presents the report of the work of the Society during the two years ending 
November 15, 1892. 

There have been added to the library of the Society during the two years^ 
2,183 volumes of books; unbound volumes and pamphlets, 7,710; volumes 
of newspapers and periodicals, 2,499 ; single newspapers containing matter of 
special historical interest, 734 ; maps, atlases, and charts, 3,253 ; manuscripts^ 
556 ; pictures and other works of art, 183 ; scrip, currency, and coin, 81 ; war 
relics, 23 ; miscellaneous contributions, 443. 

From this statement it will be seen that the library additions proper, of 
books, pamphlets, newspapers, and periodicals, during the two years, number 
12,392 volumes. Of these, 11,796 have been procured by gift and exchanges, 
and 596 by purchase. 

The total of the library at the present time is as follows, namely: 14,414 
bound volumes ; 43,271 unbound volumes and pamphlets; and 12,633 bound 
newspaper files and volumes of periodicals ; in all, 70,318 volumes. 

YEARLY GROWTH OF THE LIBRARY. 

The following is a statement of the yearly growth of the library in 17 
years, from 1876 to 1892, inclusive: 



DATE, 


Volumes 
books. 


Volumes 
newspapers 
and peri- 
odicals. 


Pamphlets. 


Total 

yearly 

accessions. 


Tearly 

total 

of the 

library. 


1876. 


280 
115 

1,237 
290 
448 
414 

1,669 
307 
732 

1,088 

1,772 
753 
866 

1,269 
991 
719 

1,464 


54 

150 

710 

275 

448 

375 

513 

403 

807 

678 

1,573 

1,007 

988 

1,053 

1,100 

1,280 

1,219 


74 
501 
1,184 
491 
1,146 
1,127 
2,721 
1,088 
2,763 
2,033 
7,975 
1,543 
7,707 
2,248 
2,960 
4,591 
3,119 


408 
766 
3,131 
1,056 
2,042 
1,916 
4,903 
1,798 
4,302 
3,799 
11,320 
3,303 
9,561 
4,570 
4,967 
6,590 
5,802 


408 


1877 


1,174 


1878 


4,305 


1879 


5,361 


1880. 


7,403 


1881 


9,31» 


1882 


14,222 


1883 . 


16,020 


1884. ■ 


20,322 


18a5 


24,121 


1886 


35,441 


1887 


38,744 


1888 


48,305 


1889 


52.875 


1890 


57,926 


1891. . 


64,516 


1892 


70,318 






Totals 


14,414 


12,633 


43,271 


70,110 1 



STATE HISTOBIGAL SOCIETY. 



The Kansas State Historical Society had its origin in action taken by the 
editors and publishers of Kansas. At a meeting of the State Editors' and 
Publishers' Association in 1875, a resolution was adopted, under which a com- 
mittee was appointed, in the language of the resolution, "for the purpose of 
saving the j^resent and past records of our 21 years of eventful history." The 
events of 17 years have since been added to those of the period named. The 
Society began as a voluntary association, without recognition by the State. 
But it brought its collections into the State House from the first. Soon the 
value of its work became recognized by the State ; means were appropriated 
by the Legislature for its support, and rooms in the Capitol building were 
designated for its use. In 1879 a law was passed making the Society the 
trustee of the State, and defining its duties and its relations to the State. The 
law declares the collections of the Society to be the property of the State, and 
the Society has accepted the conditions imposed by this projvision. The law 
broadened the scope of the work of the Society beyond that of a mere collec- 
tion of Kansas historical materials, to that of making up a general library of 
reference, especially in the departments of history, science, sociology, and the 
useful arts. To augment its collections, the law gives the Society 60 bound 
copies each of the publications of the State and its various institutions, for 
use in exchanges with other societies and institutions ; and for the yearly use 
of the Society, a small sum is api3ropriated for the purchase of books to supply 
deficiencies in the various departments. 

Under these fostering provisions, a library of reference in the departments 
contemplated has grown up not exceeded in the number of its volumes and . 
in their value as such materials by more than one library west of the Alle- 
ghany mountains. There are other historical society libraries which have 
long been receiving far greater appropriations for the purchase of library ac- 
cessions, but not one has grown more rapidly. This fact of the rapid growth 
of our library by gifts is no doubt in no small measure attributable to the 
prominence which Kansas has had from the beginning of its history in affairs 
of world-wide interest. The events of the territorial period of our history 
were the prelude to the civil war. From that time to the present, Kansas 
has been eventful in social progress and in political agitation. The fact that 
such a State is making up a historical, scientific and political library has at- 
tracted the attention of the libraries and institutions, not only of this entire 
country, but of the world. Our society makes exchanges with libraries and 
institutions in all of the States, and in many foreign countries. Thus this li- 
brary is being made up with little cost to the State. 

From lists and statements appended to this report, it will be seen that the 
growth of the library and collections has been equal to that of former peri- 
ods, and, in important respects, greater. Our lists of acknowledgments show 
that the accessions by gift and exchange during the past two years have 
come from more than 2,000 different sources. More than half of the persons, 
societies and institutions giving these publications reside outside of Kansas. 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REPOBT. 



The gifts relate to the history and progress of the country, from the earliest to 
the latest period. They are very largely of those classes of library materials 
which record in particular detail the events of the period covered by the re- 
port, events in all the affairs of human activity ; they record the thoughts, the 
sentiments, the social movements, and the efforts at human progress in all 
respects. 

BOOKS. 

The growth of the library in books of historical reference of permanent 
value has been very gratifying. By exchanges effected through the Inte- 
rior Department at Washington, 331 volumes of the publications of the 
United States Government of a political and scientific character have the 
past two years been added. The gift of 513 volumes of books, made by 
the Thomas Crane Library, of Quincy, Mass., is one of great interest. The 
books are largely United States Government records, beginning with those of 
the First Congress, which met in New York in 1789. These contain the defi- 
nite and detailed history of the very beginning^ of our permanent national 
existence. These books came from the home of two Presidents of the 
United States. Some of them contain the autograph of one of these, John 
Quincy Adams, of whose library they once formed a part. They are the 
direct gift of Hon. Chas. Francis Adams, a worthy descendent of the line, 
who is the present trustee of the library which held these books as dupli- 
cates. To our former Kansas citizen of the territorial period, Hon. Chas. 
A. Foster, of Osawatomie, the Society is indebted for the thoughtful act of 
calling the attention of Mr. Adams to the appropriateness of this gift. The 
gift is an illustration of the fact that, in its effort to preserve the materials of 
its history, Kansas has the interest and sympathy of intelligent and liberal 
people throughout the country. 

Hon. Thomas Ryan, United States Minister to Mexico, always a liberal 
contributor to the library of the Society, has given, during the two years, 197 
volumes of books from his private collection. Prof I. T. Goodnow, a devoted 
literary collector through all the years of Kansas life, has given from his own 
store 13 books and 837 pamphlets. Dr. Samuel A. Green, of the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society, has continued to enrich our library, by the gift, during 
the two years, of 35 books and 187 pamphlets. The long list of contributors 
of this class is remarkable, as showing the sources of the growth of our library. 

PAMPHLETS. 

The pamphlet accessions, 7,502 in number, are in large part the reports of 
societies and institutions. These show the work of numberless thoughtful 
and earnest people, engaged in individual or in associated endeavor to pro- 
mote some movement or some measure intended to benefit mankind. Of the 
historical value of this class of library materials, Lord Beaconsfield once said : 
*' Pamphlets, those leaves of an hour, and volumes of a season, and even of a 
week, slight and evanescent as they appear, and scorned at by opposite par- 



State Historical Society. 



ties, while each cherishes its own, are in truth the records of the public mind 
— the secret history of a people." 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

It is with gratification that we refer to the continued evidences of the use- 
fulness of the newspaper department of our Society. While at all times our 
newspaper files are found the best source of information as to what has trans- 
pired in all affairs in all parts of the State, their usefulness is made more 
especially apparent during the progress of great political canvasses. It is 
then that the political platforms of the past are reexamined, and the records 
which have been made by candidates in former years are scrutinized. In 
these times of quick and close communication, by telegraph, telephone, and 
railroads, the people of the State are at such times brought into the closest 
communication. The whole people confer together as in one assembly. Every 
possible thing bearing upon questions at issue and upon the characters of 
men up for office is discussed by all. What a county platform may contain, 
adopted years ago in the farthest corner of the State, comes to be considered 
of prime importance, as affecting the present status of a party or a candidate. 
Our library, the only place where the facts in full may be established, is at 
once consulted. Our 9,054 volumes of Kansas newspaper files contain the 
political records of men and parties in Kansas for all the years that have 
gone before. 

This is but one feature of the value of newspaper files as materials of the 
history of the past. They contain a record of all in human thought and in 
human activity in the past. In the language of the late Gov. John A. Martin, 
who was among the founders and builders up of this Society, these newspaper 
files contain "every essential fact connected with the growth and develop- 
ment of the communities in which they are jDublished : marriages and deaths ; 
the establishment of business and manufacturing enterprises, and their changes ; 
transfers of property ; the erection of all important buildings ; the results of 
elections ; the opening of streets ; the building of railroads ; fires and floods ; 
the municipal policies suggested, discussed, and adopted ; and the daily life, 
thoughts, hopes, triumphs and disappointments of an aspiring and energetic 
community." Such is the character of the historical information in the Kan- 
sas newspaper files in the library of our State Historical Society respecting 
every county and every community in the State. There is no part of the 
State whose history in all these particulars is not here to be found. 

What Kansas is doing in saving materials of the history of the State 
through its newspaper files is being done to a considerable extent by other 
Western historical societies, but by none to so great an extent as by our So- 
ciety. Our example is awakening Eastern historical societies to the impor- 
tance of this work. Says the report of the Connecticut Historical Society for 
1891: "It is admitted by all that newspapers are the one great source of 
printed material for the making of history. Also that the historical societies 



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of the East are far behind those at the West in collecting this material, 
should certainly keep files of the Connecticut papers." 



We 



MANUSCRIPTS. 

The manuscript accessions have been unusually large. Among the most 
valuable of this class ever received into the library of the society is the 
journal kept by the missionary, Rev. Jotham Meeker, the gift of Mrs. Will- 
iam T. Keith, of Oakland, Cal., the surviving daughter of Mr. Meeker. 
This journal consists of three books, containing in all 732 closely-written 
foolscap pages. The entries begin with September 10, 1832, and end with 
January 4, 1855, the last entry having been made eight days before the death 
of Mr. Meeker. They give an account of his journey in 1832 from Cincin- 
nati, by the way of the Ohio river, the Ohio canal, and the lakes, to Sault 
Ste. Marie ; of his residence there for a few months, and then of his removal 
to the Indian Territory — now Kansas — and of his continued residence here 
until his death. While at Sault Ste. Marie, he invented his remarkable pho- 
netic alphabet, which he adjusted to all Indian languages, and which came 
to be employed by many missionaries in their early work among the Indians. 
Coming to the Indian Territory, Mr. Meeker brought with him from Cincin- 
nati a printing press, which he set up at the Shawnee Baptist Mission, a few 
miles out from Kansas City, and began printing in March, 1834. He printed 
editions of many instruction books, hymn books, tracts, and portions of the 
Bible, in the Shawnee, Delaware, Ottawa, and other languages. The alphabet 
used being strictly phonetic, the task of learning to read was practically 
only that of learning the characters of the alphabet. Children and adults 
alike were quickly enabled to read the Bible and other books in their own 
tongues. Missionary effort became greatly stimulated through the use of 
this remarkable invention. This journal of Mr. Meeker contains the whole 
history of his printing. The library of the society contains several of the 
small books printed by Mr. Meeker in this alphabet. But the Indian 
languages were not languages of civilization, and no abiding results followed 
the use of the Meeker phonetic alphabet, except as its use opened to the un- 
tutored mind of the Indian the nature and power of the white man's books, 
and influenced him to have his children taught the white man's language 
and literature. 

The manuscript journal exhibits the daily life of the missionary and his 
family in the wilderness, and the life and customs, and, in too many instances, 
the degraded condition, of the rude aborigines, greatly demoralized and cor- 
rupted as they were through intercourse with the frontier white people, from 
contact with whom they had been removed from further east, only again to 
be subjected to like influences in their new homes in the new Territory. 

This journal had remained in the possession of different members of Mr. 
Meeker's family for more than 37 years since his death. The generous 
thoughtfulness of the daughter in finally placing it in the library of our So- 
ciety must always be held in grateful appreciation. 



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Valuable gifts of manuscripts have been made to the Society by former 
residents of Kansas who have long been absent. Hon. William Hutchinson, 
a prominent citizen of Kansas during the territorial period, but who has re- 
sided for 30 years past in Washington city, has given upwards of 70 manu- 
script papers, consisting chiefly of letters of prominent persons who were 
active in early Kansas affairs. Among the writers appear the names of Dr. 
W. W. Updegraff; Jas. Kedpath, Justin S. Morrill, C. K. Holliday, Henry 
Harvey, Hugh S. Walsh, W. W. Ross, R. J. Hinton, E. P. Watson, Thos. 
Ewing, jr., S. C. Pomeroy, Lucy Larcom, Henry J. Adams, Geo. W. Colla- 
more, Marcus J. Parrott, Henry J. Raymond, Gov. A. H. Reeder, Gov. Chas. 
Robinson, Geo. W. Brown, Dr. Jos. P. Root, Eli Thayer, Augustus Wattles, 
William Hutchinson, W. Y. Roberts, A. Curtis, Thos. W. Higginson, C. C. 
Parker, E. B. Whitman, Mrs. Jennie E. Eddy, Mrs. J. M. Howard, H. Miles 
Moore, G. W. Hutchinson, O. C. Brown, and W. H. Russell. 

Mr. Hutchinson was a member of the Wyandotte constitutional con- 
vention, and during the territorial period was a correspondent of the New 
York Times, the Boston Journal, and other Eastern papers. He was among 
the victims of the Lawrence raid of May 21, 1856. Besides the manuscripts 
mentioned, Mr. Hutchinson has given from his collections a large number 
of pamphlets and newspapers of great interest as containing materials of 
Kansas history. 

Col. Richard J. Hinton, who was also a citizen of Kansas during the ter- 
ritorial times, as an active newspaper correspondent, and who has been promi- 
nent in literary and scientific work at Washington and elsewhere since, has 
given the Society many valuable manuscripts, chiefly of Kansas territorial 
and war history, and others of literary interest. Among the writers of these 
appear the names of President Andrew Jackson, Martin F. Conway, W. D. 
Howells, Jos. Medill, Fred. P. Stanton, John Swinton, Gen. John McNeil, 
Gen. S. R. Curtis, Walt Whitman, Richard Realf, Edward E. Ropes, Frank 
J. Merriam, and S. Hatch. Colonel Hinton was a correspondent of the New 
York Tribune, the Chicago Tribune, and other papers. He is the author of 
the valuable Kansas book entitled, " The Army of the Border," published in 
1864, and which c(mtains a very full history of the raid of Gen. Sterling 
Price, which threatened the destruction of Kansas, and which was repelled 
by our people. With the manuscripts are also given newspapers, newspaper 
clippings and other papers containing matter relating to the Kansas territor- 
ial history and the history of the civil war. 

Orville C. Brown, of Adams, N. Y., has given many manuscripts and j^apers 
of much historical interest. Mr. Brown was, more than any other person, the 
founder of Osawatomie, having, in 1854, settled there with the company that 
selected the town-site. He possessed comparatively large means, which he 
-expended in improvements. He was one of the largest sufferers from the re- 
peated raids which were made by Pro-Slavery parties upon the town in 1856. 
The manuscripts given relate in considerable part to Mr. Brown's son, Spen- 



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cer Kellogg Brown, who, a boy 12 years of age, was taken a prisoner into Mis- 
souri at the sacking of Osawatomie, August 30, 1856. Young Brown became 
an active and daring soldier in the War of the Rebellion, largely in scouting 
service. He was finally captured by Confederate troops, was confined for 
a long time in the Mississippi Penitentiary, then taken to Castle Thunder, 
Richmond, and was there tried, convicted and executed as a spy, under cir- 
cumstances which left on his father's mind the full belief of his innocence of 
the oflfense for which his life was sacrificed in the cause of the Union. The 
manuscripts and other materials in our library relating to the history, perils 
and sacrifices of this intrepid boy would make a volume of thrilling interest. 

From J. DeWitt Walsh, of North Topeka, have been received 108 manu- 
script papers of the late Territorial Secretary, Hon. Hugh S. Walsh, relating 
to the Territorial Legislature of 1858 (the first Free-State Legislature), in- 
cluding vouchers and accounts of members and officers of the Legislature; of 
W.W.Ross, legislative printer; and of numerous persons furnishing supplies; 
certified to by Gov. J. W. Denver, C. W. Babcock, President of the Council, 
G. W. Deitzler, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Geo. F. War- 
ren, Sergeant-at-Arms. Included in this gift is also a large number of bills 
and papers relating to the legislative proceedings. 

Mr. Samuel Bernstein, of Cincinnati, has given the Society a copy of his 
eulogy delivered at the funeral of the late Col. John C. Vaughan, in the 
chapel of the Cincinnati Crematory, on the 26th of September last; also a 
copy of a letter written by Col. Joseph Medill, of Chicago, containing remi- 
niscenses of Colonel Vaughan. These, with other papers which the Society 
has collected, aflbrd quite full materials for a sketch of the life of a man long 
prominent in the history of Kansas, and who, before Kansas had a history, 
had made a national reputation as connected with historical events of great 
interest. 

PICTURES. 

The pictures added to the collections are chiefly portraits of citizens of the 
State of more or less prominence in affairs of the State's history. Ex-Gov. 
Samuel J. Crawford has added to our portraits of former chief executives of 
the State a life-size, oil-painted portrait of himself, by Woodman. The John 
Brown portraiture, before so largely represented in our collections, has re- 
ceived the accession, by gift of the artist, of Woodman's original oil-painted 
portrait, so widely known through the engraved copy published in the Cen- 
tury Magazine in 1882. Among other portrait accessions, the following are 
worthy of note : A large, life-like photograph of the late Senator Plumb, the 
gift of Mrs. Plumb ; photograph of Hon. A. Carter Wilder ; of Gen. John 
A. Halderman ; Col. R. J. Hinton ; Lieut. Gov. Joseph P. Root ; Col. John 
C. Vaughan , Sec. Hugh S. Walsh ; Rev. Pardee Butler ; Rev. S. L. Adair ; 
Horace Greeley, and Oliver Johnson. Other portraits of interest will be 
found in the list, elsewhere in this report. 

In our lists of war relics and miscellaneous contributions are mentioned 



10 State Histobigal Society. 

interesting gifts made by Prof. I. T. Goodnow, Maj. J. Arrell Johnson, Prof. 
Edwin A. Popenoe, Hon. Chas. J. Jones, Miss Hattie W. Lovell, Hon. Sol. 
Miller, Geo. J. Remsburg, Hon. Chas. A. Foster, Col. Richard J. Hinton, 
Granville W. Hume, Hon. E. N. Morrill, Hon. Jacob Nixon, Prof O. St. 
John, and many other contributors. In our lists of donors of single news- 
papers, mention is made of large numbers of miscellaneous newspapers con- 
tributed by Prof. I. T. Goodnow, Col. Richard J. Hinton, Hon. William 
Hutchinson, and others. 

CATALOGING. 

The subject of cataloging of the library of the Society is one to which 
reference is again to be made, with regret that no catalog volume has yet 
been published. The work of preparing such a volume has gone forward 
with as much activity as has been practicable with the force of library work- 
ers employed. The labor of cataloging a library of historical materials, 
such as ours, cannot be estimated in comparison with that of the work of 
cataloging libraries of books alone, such as make up other libraries. Our 
library of Kansas history is composed of an innumerable multitude of books, 
pamphlets, magazines, newspapers, newspaper scraps. State documents, re- 
ports of State institutions, reports of railroads, and charitable, scientific and 
many other societies. All these our Society is cataloging in full, with con- 
tents where the book contains a variety of subjects, and with bibliographical 
and biographical notes. This kind of cataloging will not only show what 
the library contains, but wall point to the political, literary, social and scien- 
tific history of the State. Items are now prepared sufficient for a catalog 
volume. This will soon be published. 

world's fair. 

On application to the Kansas Board of Managers for the World's Colum- 
bian Exposition, a room has been assigned for the use of the Society in the 
Kansas. building at Chicago for a historical exhibition. The Board of Di- 
rectors has appointed a committee to take into consideration the subject of 
the kind of display which should be made by the Society. The prominence 
which Kansas has, during nearly 40 years past, occupied in the history of the 
country makes it appropriate that our State should have a full representa- 
tion from its historical collections at the greatest of all historical expositions. 

REPUBLICATION. 

The editions of the earlier volumes of the collections of the Society have 
long been exhausted and should be republished. The editions are limited to 
2,500 copies. These scarcely serve to supply the demand of persons whose 
names appear in the publications as donors to the library and collections. 
There is a large demand besides which can only be partially supplied. Not 
only should the out-of-print editions be republished, but the editions of future 
publications should be larger. The Society should have for use in connection. 



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with the Kansas World's Columbian Exposition at least a small supply of 
the several editions of its publications, in effecting exchanges with other insti- 
tutions, and in supplying other imperative demands. 

ROOM FOR THE SOCIETY. 

The subject of the need of additional room for the library and collections 
of the Society again demands mention in this report. For the proper shelv- 
ing of our library and the proper placing of our portraits and museum col- 
lections, there is need of four times as much room as that now occupied. Our 
Board has made careful estimates of our needs. The library materials which 
the Society possesses have from the first been carefully entered upon our ac- 
cession records, and full statements of their number and character have been 
made from year to year in the reports of the Society. Our collections now 
fill every nook and corner of the main room of the Society, from floor to 
ceiling; they occupy cases in the corridors, and they occupy three rooms in 
the cellar of the State House. This library and these collections are in all 
respects the kind of materials which the Society is by law required to gather 
into the State Capitol for the use of the people. They do not consist of trash 
or valueless matter in any respect. They consist of the very materials which 
go to make up the history of the State and the country. One single room in 
the State House cellar, only reached through darkness, grime, and dust, con- 
tains upwards of 5,000 volumes of papers, which contain the actual history 
of every county in the State during the past 17 years, and in large part the 
history of Kansas for all the years from the earliest settlement of Kansas 
Territory. In other cellar rooms and corridors are more than 100 large boxes 
of books, which contain the actual political history of the country since the 
foundation of the Government. The amount of proper library space which 
these books demand, in order that they may be properly placed, is determined 
by the well established rules of library architecture and shelf room. It is 
readily shown to be four times the room space now given the Society in the 
Capitol building. Our large collections of museum relics, of intense interest 
to the youth and masses of our people, are so crowded and huddled into the 
few cases which our scant room gives them that they cannot be seen with the 
least satisfaction. 

The Board has made all possible eflTort to have adequate room provided for 
our present and future needs in the Capitol building when it shall be com- 
pleted. No designated or contemplated rooms for the Society are to be seen 
in the present plans of the building. In order that there may be provision 
made, our Board has asked from the State Executive Council directions to 
to the Board of Public Works and State Architect to reexamine the plans of 
the building, together with such assignments as are contemplated for the vari- 
ous departments of the State, with a view to determine in what part of the 
building rooms may yet be provided for the Society. It is hoped that this 
examination will be made, and that information will be elicited which will 
lead to provision for adequate accommodations for the Society. 



12 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



MEETINGS, 1891-'92. 

THE FIFTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

The fifteenth annual meeting of the Society was held in the hall of the 
House of Representatives, Tuesday evening, January 20, 1891 ; Hon. C. K. 
Holliday, President, in the chair. 

President Holliday delivered his annual address, on the subject, " The Fre- 
mont Campaign, 1856." 

At the close of the President's address, Hon. Edward Russell read a paper 
on the subject of "The Administration of Gov. Thomas Carney." 

Hon. James F. Legate then made a few remarks on the same subject. 

The following were elected members of the Board of Directors for the 
term of three years, ending January 16, 1894: J. W. D. Anderson, D. R. 
Anthony, L. D. Bailey, F. P. Baker, Ed. A. Berry, A. Z. Brown, M. W. Co- 
bun, W. Doty, P. P. Elder, C. V. Eskridge, Geo. W. Glick, I. T. Goodnow, A. 
R. Greene, L. U. Humphrey, J. N. Ives, S. A. Kingman, James F. Legate, 
William H. McBride, T. Mclntire, Thomas A. Osborn, William A. Phillips, 
A. P. Riddle, Chas. Robinson, Edward Russell, John Speer, Samuel J. Stew- 
art, E. F. Ware, W. C. Webb, M. Weightman, S. C. Wheeler, A. N. Whitt- 
ington, D. W. Wilder, S. N. Wood. 

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

At a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the adjournment of the 
annual meeting, January 20, 1891, the following officers and members of the 
Society were elected : 

President, James S. Emery ; Vice-Presidents, Thomas A. Osborn and Sam- 
uel N. Wood ; Treasurer, T. Dwight Thacher ; Secretary, Franklin G. Adams. 
Honorary members: John Brown, jr., Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio, and Geo. W. 
Julian, Irvington, Indiana. Active member, W. E. Richey, Harveyville. 

Legislative Committee : T. D Thacher, S. N. Wood, B. F. Simpson, A. R. 
Greene, Geo. D. Hale. 

Executive Committee: C. K. Holliday, L. U. Humphrey, J. N. Ives, F. P. 
Baker, D. W. Wilder. 

SPECIAL MEETINGS. 

An informal meeting of the Board of Directors was held October 12, 
1891, at which were present Hon. J. S. Emery, Col. C. K. Holliday, Hon. F. 
P. Baker, Hon. J. G. Haskell, and F. G. Adams. On motion of Colonel Holli- 
day, it was voted that the Board of Directors be advised to request the Exec- 
utive Council to procure, through the Board of Public Works, information as 
to what rooms may be provided in the completed Capitol building for the use 
of the State Historical Society. 

At a meeting of the Board of Directors held in the rooms of the Society 
January 19, 1892, a resolution was adopted recognizing the Kansas Legisla- 



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tive Association of 1868, of which Hon. John M. Price is president, and Hon. 
John T. Morton is secretary, as an auxiliary of the State Historical Society. 



SIXTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING. 

The sixteenth annual meeting was held in the hall of the House of Rep- 
resentatives, Tuesday evening, January 19,1892; the President, Hon. Jame& 
S. Emery, in the chair. 

The President read his annual address, entitled, " History and Historical 
Composition." 

Rev. Dr. Peter Mc Vicar read a paper on the subject, "Some Reminiscence& 
concerning School Lands on the Osage Reservation in Kansas." 

The following persons were elected members of the Board of Directors for 
the term of three years, ending January 15, 1895: F. G. Adams, Topeka; 
Alex. Caldwell, Leavenworth ; Ed. Carroll, Leavenworth ; E. J. Dallas, To- 
peka; L. R. Elliott, Manhattan; Jas. S. Emery, Lawrence; Chas. S. Gleed^ 
Topeka; John Guthrie, Topeka; R. R. Hays, Osborne; C. K. Holliday, To- 
peka; Scott Hopkins, Horton; Albert H. Horton, Topeka; James Hum- 
phrey, Junction City ; J. B. Johnson, Topeka ; V. J. Lane, Wyandotte ; P. 
G. Lowe, Leavenworth ; John Maloy, Council Grove ; Geo. W. Martin, Kan- 
sas City; John Martin, Topeka; J. R. Mead, Wichita; Joel Moody, Mound 
City; E. N. Morrill, Hiawatha; Geo. R. Peck, Topeka; John M. Price, Atchi- 
son; Adrian Reynolds, Sedan; B. F. Simpson, Topeka; William Sims, To- 
peka; W. H. Smith, Marysville; Jacob Stotler, Wellington; C. A. Swens- 
son, McPherson; T. D. Thacher, Topeka; Fred. Wellhouse, Leavenworth; 
John K. Wright, Junction City. 

To fill vacancies caused by the death of Col. Samuel N. Wood, for the 
term ending January 16, 1894, Mrs. Margaret L. Wood ; and in the place 
of Hon. W. C. Webb, declined, J. S. Collins, of Topeka, for the term ending 
January 16, 1894 ; and in the place of Hon. L. D. Bailey, deceased, T. W- 
Eckert, of Arkansas City, for the term ending January 16, 1894; and in 
the place of Prof James H. Canfield, removed from the State, Chancellor 
Frank H. Snow, of Lawrence, for the term ending January 17, 1893. 

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

On adjournment of the annual meeting, January 19, 1892, the Board of 
Directors convened, and elected the following officers and members of the 
Society : 

President, Thomas A. Osborn; Vice-Presidents, Benjamin F. Simpson 
and Albert R. Greene. Corresponding members: Dr. Stephen D. Peet,. 
Avon, 111. ; Hon. Wm. Harden, Savannah, Ga. ; Prof. Henry Badger, How- 
ard University, Washington, D. C. ; Hon. E. A. Steedman, London, Eng. ; 
Richard D. Mobley, Grand Junction, Colo. ; Hon. Thomas S. Parvin, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 



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SPECIAL MEETING. 

At a meeting in the rooms of the Society August 31, 1892, the following 
committees were appointed : 

To present to the Executive Council an application that the Board of 
Public Works be directed by the Council to examine the plans of the Caj^i- 
tol building and contemplated assignments for the officers of the various de- 
partments of the State, with a view of determining what portion of the 
building can best be prepared for the use of the State Historical Society, the 
following committee : James F. Legate, Wm. Sims, Dr. S. McLallin, and F. G. 
Adams. 

To present to the Kansas Board of Managers of the World's Columbian 
Exposition an application for room in the Kansas building, for the use of the 
Society for a historical exhibit, the following committee: T. D. Thacher, F. P. 
Baker, and F. G. Adams. 

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

The Board of Directors met in the rooms of the Society at 3 p. m., Tues- 
day, the 15th of November, 1892, to consider the eighth biennial report of the 
Society. The following members were present : 

Maj. B. F. Simpson and Col. C. K. Holliday, Topeka; Hon. S. C. Wheeler, 
Concordia; Judge J. S. Emery, Lawrence; Maj. J. K. Hudson and Chas. S. 
Gleed, Topeka; L. R. Elliott, Manhattan ; Maj. J. B. Abbott, De Soto; Judge 
S. A. Kingman, Judge John Guthrie, and Hon. Wm. Sims, Topeka; Hon. 
Fred. Wellhouse, Leavenworth; Hon. John M. Price, Atchison; Hon. F. P. 
Baker, Topeka; Hon. Martin Mohler, Osborne; Hon. P. G. Lowe, Leaven- 
worth ; Geo. D. Hale, Esq., E. J. Dallas, and F. G. Adams, Secretary, Topeka. 

Vice-President Benjamin F. Simpson presided. 

The Secretary read the report of the Board of Directors, which, on motion 
of Mr. Baker, was approved for publication. 

The President appointed the following committee to audit the accounts o f 
the Secretary and Treasurer : C. K. Holliday, E. J. Dallas, and P. G. Lowe. 

The chair reported the following resolutions, which were adopted : 

Resolved, That grateful thanks are hereby extended by the Kansas State Histor- 
ical Society to the Hon. Charles Francis Adams, of Quincy, Mass., for his generous 
thoughtfulness, as trustee of the Thomas Crane Public Library, of Quincy, in giving 
to our Society more than 500 volumes of books, chiefly of documents relating to the 
political history of the country. 

Resolved, That special thanks are also given our former citizen, Hon. Charles A. 
Foster, of Osawatomie, for his thoughtful action in relation to this gift. 

Resolved, That the Secretary be directed to give copies of these resolutions to the 
persons named therein. 

The following resolution, proposed by Major Simpson, was offered by Mr. 
Gleed, and unanimously adopted: 

Resolved, That section 6 of the constitution of the Society be so amended as to 
read as follows : 

5. The annual meeting of the Society shall be held at Topeka on the 29th day of 



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January, or on the following Monday; and those members, not less than 10, who 
meet at any annual or special meeting of the Society, upon the call of the Board of 
Directors, shall be a quorum for the transaction of business. 

On motion of Mr. Gleed, the following resolution was adopted : 

Resolved, That Capt. Henry King, of the St. Louis Globe- Democrat; Hon. J. R. 
Mead, of Wichita; and Hon. Jacob Stotler, of Wellington, be requested to deliver 
addresses at our next annual meeting, January 17, 1893. 

On motion of Mr. Baker, the chair appointed the following committee on 
nominations: F. P. Baker, P. G. Lowe, S. C. Wheeler, A. N. Whittington, 
B. F, Simpson. 

Judge Kingman stated that, in behalf of Judge Guthrie, Judge Emery, 
and himself, who had been designated by the chair for that duty, he would 
•offer the following resolution : 

Resolved, That the Directors and officers of the State Historical Society have 
heard with the most profound sorrow of the death of Mrs. Julia D. Osborn, the 
lovely and accomplished wife of our President, and we extend to him and family 
■our sympathy and condolence in this, their great bereavement. 

On motion of Mr. Baker, the resolution was adopted. 

Colonel Holliday, from the Executive Committee, made the annual finan- 
'cial report, which was adopted. 

Mr. Baker, from the committee appointed to confer with the Kansas Board 
of World's Fair Managers, reported that the application of the Society for 
room for the Kansas historical exhibit had been granted. 

On motion of Judge Guthrie, a committee was appointed to take into con- 
sideration the subject of the kind of display which should be made by the 
Society, and to report upon the same at the annual meeting in January next, 
as follows : J. S. Emery, J. B. Abbott, Chas. S. Gleed, F. G. Adams, and 
E. J. Dallas. 

On motion of Mr. Lowe, Gen. Frank Wheaton, U. S. A., in charge of the 
department of Texas, at San Antonio, was elected an honorary member of 
the Society. 

Secretary Adams offered the following resolution, which, on motion of 
Judge Guthrie, was adopted : 

Resolved, That Monday, the 30th day of January next, be observed by the Society 
as "Kansas Day," and that D. W. Wilder, Eugene F. Ware, Charles F. Scott, J. C. 
Hebbard, Mrs. J. K. Hudson, A. R. Greene, and Noble L. Prentis, with such other 
persons as they may choose to add to their number, form a committee to make ar- 
rangements for a proper observance of the day, and that the exercises be of a char- 
acter calculated to invite a reunion of Kansas authors and writers, espetially of the 
authors of books and pamphlets which have been contributed to the library of this 
Society, and that the exercises also have particular reference to John G. Whittier, 
as in a large sense the poet of Kansas. 



16 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 

The finances of the Society for the year ending November 17, 1891, are 
as follows: 

BE0EIPT8. 

Nov. 18, 1890. Balance of appropriations to June 30, 1891 $4,177 50 

Nov. 18, 1890. Balance in hands of the Treasurer of the Society 19 00 

July 1, 1891. Appropriation to June 30, 1892 5,500 00 

Receipts from membership fees 32 00 

Total $9,728 50 

EXPENDITUBES. 

Salaries and clerk hire $4,783 00 

Purchase of books 556 59 

Postage, freight, and contingent ... 554 35 5,893 94 

Balance $3,834 56 

The finances for the year ending November 15, 1892, are as follows: 

BECEIPTS. 

Nov. 17, 1891. Balance of appropriations to June 30, 1892 $3,783 56 

Nov. 17, 1891. Balance in hands of the Treasurer of the Society 51 00 

July 1, 1892. Appropriation to June 30, 1893 5,500 00 

Receipts from membership fees 52 00 

Total $9,386 56 

EXPENDITUBES. 

Salaries and clerk hire $4,555 58 

Purchase of books 664 27 

Postage, freight, and contingent 592 40 5,812 25 

Balance $3,574 31 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS. 



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The following is a list of books and pamplets given the Society by indi- 
viduals and institutions, including those received in exchange, and State pub- 
lications given the Society by the State for use in making exchanges : 



Abbott, James Burnett, De Soto 

Academle de Macon, Soci^tle des Arts, Sciences, Belles-lettres et d' Agricul., Macon, France 

Academle des Sciences, Arts et Belles-lettres de Dijon, France 

Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia 

Adams, Chas. Francis, jr., Boston, Mass 

Adams, F. G., Topeka 

Adams, Harriet E., Topeka 

Adams, H. J., Topeka 

Adams, Maggie L., Topeka 

Adams Nervine Asylum, Boston, Mass 

Adams, Paul, Topeka 

Adams, Samuel, Topeka 

Adler, Dr. Cyrus, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C 

Admire, W. W., Chicago, 111 

Advertiser, Daily, Boston, Mass 

Afirmotor Company, Chicago, 111 

Ahlborn, Ida A., Baldwin 

Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn 

Alabama Department of Agriculture, Montgomery 

Alabama Polytechnic Institution, Auburn 

Albee, F. A., Goodland 

Alford, D. S., Lawrence 

Allen, Rev. C. G., Meade 

Allen, Martin, Ogallah 

Alliance News. Westmoreland 

Altman, Rev. D. S., Ottawa 

American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa 

American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass 

American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass 

American Catholic Historical Society, Philadelphia, Pa 

American College and Education Society, Boston, Mass 

American Congregational Association, Boston, Mass 

American Dialect Society, Cambridge, Mass 

American Historical Society, Washington, D. C 

American Home Missionary Society, New York city 

American Library Association, Washington, D. C 

American Metrological Association, New York city 

American Missionary Association, Bible House, New York city 

American Museum of Natural History, Central Park, New York 

American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pa 

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, New York city 

American Society of Mlcroscopists, Pittsburg, Pa 

Anderson, H. C. L., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 

Anderson, Rev. J. W. D., Hot Springs, S. D 

Anderson, Thomas J., Topeka 

Anthony, Miss Susan B., Rochester, N. Y 

Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Tucson 

Arkansas Agriculture Experiment Station, Fayetteville 

Armstrong, D. T., Great Bend 

Associated Charities of Boston, Mass 

Associated Charities, San Francisco, Cal 

A. T. & S. F. R. R., Passenger Department, Topeka 

Atkins, Dudley, Manhattan 

Attwater, Henry R., Sedan 

Badger, Joseph E., jr., Frankfort 

Bailey, E. H. S., Lawrence, Kas 

Bailey, Mrs. Elizabeth, Lawrence, Kas 

Baker, C. C, Topeka 

Ball, Mrs. Belle, Kansas City, Mo 

Ballou, L. M., Woonsocket, R. I 

Balston, G. B., Palmer 

Bancroft, Hubert H., San Francisco, Cal 

Bangor Public Library, Bangor, Me 

Banta, J. Edward, Hiawatha 

Barnes, Harold, Lawrence 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS— Continxjed. 



Barnwell, James G., Librarian, Philadelphia, Pa 

Bates, J. H., New York city 

Baxter, L. W., Emporia 

Beacon, Publishers of. Great Bend 

Beebe, John W., Kingman 

Beers, William H., New York city, N. Y , 

Beer, William, Topeka , 

Belden, S. C, Horton 

Belden, S. G., S. P., and Eliza Felch, Horton 

Bellamy, Edward, Boston, Mass 

Ben Franklin Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pa , 

Berry, John M., Worcester, Mass 

Betton, Frank H., Topeka 

Bible House, Alleghany, Pa 

Biological Society of Washington, D. C 

Black, Geo., 01a*he 

Blackmar, Prof. F. W. , Lawrence , 

Blakesley, Rev. L., Topeka 

Blanchard, Rev. W. H., Koloko 

Blow, Susan E., Avon, N. Y 

Bodwell, Rev. Lewis, Clifton Springs, N. Y 

Bolton, Rev. C. S., Topeka 

Bonham, Jeri ih, Sparland, 111 

Boomer, J. M., Fairview , 

Borin, Bruce, and Hiskey, Tom. B,, Oberlin 

Boss, Henry R., Chicago, 111 

Boston Chamber of Commerce, Boston, Mass 

Boston Public Library, Boston, Mass 

Boston Public Schools, Superintendent of 

Boswell Observatory, Doane College, Crete, Neb 

Bourne, Geo. S., Hutchinson 

Bowes, Geo. W., Topeka 

Brackett, G. C, Lawrence 

Bradlee, Rev. Caleb D., Boston, Mass 

Bray, Olive P., Topeka 

"Breck, Sam'l, Washington, D. C 

Bright, Rev. J. A., Topeka 

Brinton, Dr. Dan'l G., Media, Pa , 

British and American Archaeological Society, Rome, Italy 

Broad, Rev. L. P., Topeka , 

Brockway, Francis E., Oswego, N. Y , 

Broderick, Case, Washington, D. C 

Brookline Library, Mass 

Brooklyn Library, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Brooks, Frank, Topeka 

Brooks, William Henry, Boston, Mass , 

Brotherhood of Christian Unity, New York city 

Brown, Bestor G. , Topeka 

Brown, John H., Kansas City , 

Brown, Rev. John S., Lawrence 

Brown, Joseph M., Atlanta, Ga 

Brown, Orville C, Adams, N. Y 

Bryan, Geo. D., Charleston, S. C 

Bryan, Wm. J., Washington, D. C 

Buck, L. A., Peabody 

Buffalo Historical Society. Buffalo, N. Y 

Bulkley, Mrs. A. I., Brooklyn, N. Y 

Brumbaugh, J. M., Concordia 

Brummitt, Dan. B., Baldwin 

Burgner, Jacob, Oberlin, O 

Burleigh, Chas., Saco, Me 

Burnell, H. L., Topeka 

Burnz, Mrs. Eliza B. , New York city 

Bushnell, Wm., Camden, N. J 

Butler, M. C, Washington, D. C 

Butterfleld, J. Ware, Topeka 

Butterworth, Ben., Washington, D. C 

California Agricultural Experiment Station, Berkeley 

California Bureau of Labor Statistics, San Francisco 

California University, Berkeley . 

California Weather Bureau, Sacramento 

Callette, A. M., Emporia 

Call, Prof. R. Ellsworth, Des Moines, Iowa 

Campbell, M. M., North Topeka 

Canadian Institute, Toronto, Canada 

Canebrake Agricultural Experiment Station, Unlontown, Ala. 

Canfleld, J. H., Lawrence 

Carr, E. T., Leavenworth 

Case, Rev. F. A., Girard 

Case, Geo. H., Lansing 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS — Continued, 




Case, L. W., Chicago, 111. 
Caswell, Mrs. H. S . 
Central College, Enterprise. 
Chace, Mrs. T. VV., New York city. 
Chandler, Geo., Washington, D. C. 

Chapman Bros., Chicago. Ill 

Chapman, Dr. J., Exeter, N. H 

Charity Organization Society, New York 

Chase, Rev. Lyman C, Hill City 

Chesbro. S. K. J., Chicago, 111 

Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago, 111 

Chicago Daily News, Chicago, 111 

Chicago Historical Society, 111 

Chicago Public Library, 111 

Chicago University, Chicago, 111 

Childs, Geo. W., Philadelphia, Pa 

Chism, B. B., Little Rock, Ark 

Church Home, Boston, Mass 

Church Home for Orphan and Destitute Children, Topsfleld, Mass 

Chrader, J. W., Oskaloosa 

Christian, James, Arkansas City 

Christian, S. P., Girard 

ClUey, J. P., Rockland, Me 

Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' Exchange, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cincinnati Public Library, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Clarke, Alonzo Howard, curator National Museum, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 

D. C 

Clarke, Sylvester H., Clyde, New York 

Clarkson, John V. B., New York city 

Clayton, B. F., Macedonia, Iowa 

Clemenson Agricultural College Experiment Station, Fort Hill, S. C 

Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, Ohio 

Cline, J. B , Topeka 

Clubb, Henry S., Philadelphia, Pa ; 

Clute, O., Agricultural College, Mich 

Cobb, Wm. H., Boston, Mass 

Cobun, M. W., Great Bend 

Coffman, S., Jewell 

Colby, Mrs. Clara B., Beatrice, Neb 

Colby University, Waterville, Me 

Cole, Frank T., Columbus, Ohio 

Cole, Geo. E., Girard 

College for the Training of Teachers, New York city 

Collet, A.M., Emporia 

Collet, C. D., London, Eng 

Colora'io Agricultural Experiment Station, Fort Collins 

Colorado Bureaxi of Labor Statistics, Denver 

Colorado Commissioner of Forestry, Denver 

Colorado Scientific Society, Denver 

Colorado State Inspector of Coal Mines, Denver 

Cone, W. W., Topeka 

Conference of Charities, New Orleans, La 

Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven 

Connecticut Bureau of Labor Statistics, Hartford 

Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford 

Connecticut Society of Sons of the American Revolution, Hartford 

Cooper, Mrs. S. B., San Francisco, Cal 

Cornell University, Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, N. Y 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y 

Cougher, John G., Topeka 

Cragin, Francis W., Topeka 

Crane, Geo. W., Topeka 

Credit Fonder Company, New York city 

Crosdale, William T., New York city 

Cutter, C. A., Boston Athenaeum, Mass 

Cutter, Nahum S., Greenfield, Mass 

Dana, J. C. , Denver, Colo 

Daniels, Percy, Girard 

Darling, Chas, W., Utica, N. Y 

Dauchy & Co., New York city 

Davis, Chas., Junction City 

Davis, C. Wood, Goddard 

Davis, John, Washington, D. C 

Dean, John Ward, Boston 

Dedham Historical Society, Dedham, Mass 

Deering, Dr. Ben j. T. , Paris, France 

Defouri, Rev. James H., Santa F6, N. M 

Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station, Newark 

Delaware Historical Society, Wilmington 

Dennis, H, J., Topeka 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS— Continued. 



Denver Public Library, Denver, Colo 

Detroit Board of Education, Mich 

Detroit Heating and Lighting Company, Mich 

Detroit Public Library, Mich 

Dimond, Edwin R., San Francisco, Cal 

Diplomatic Review, London, England 

Ditto. Frank S., Topeka 

Dixon, Wm. Bradford, Kansas City, Mo 

Dodge School of Theology, Dodge City 

Doniphan, John, St. Joseph, Mo 

Doolittle, Miss L. A., Topeka 

Double Chloride of Gold Club, Western Branch, Soldiers' National Home, Leavenworth. 

Downs, S. H., Topeka 

Downs, Rev. T. C, Bucyrus 

Doyle, Mrs. C. \V., Wichita 

Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, Pa 

Dupuy, Mrs. Maria Wilder, Rochester, N. Y 

Dury, Chas., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Duvall, Linda M., Delaware, Ohio 

Eastman, Dr. B. D., Topeka 

Edmonds, John, Philadelphia, Pa 

Edwards, E. A., Topeka 

Edwards, James E., Dubuque, Iowa 

Elliott, Chas. S., Topeka 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan 

Emery, Mark P., Portland, Me 

Essex Institute, Salem, Mass 

Evans. D. J., U. S. Navy Department, Washington, D. C 

Fairchild, Geo. T., Manhattan 

Fairchild, Thos. A., Holton 

Farnsworth, Claudius B., Pawtucket, R. I 

Felter, A. W.. Fulton 

Felts, W. B., Russell Springs 

Ferguson, D. M., Paola 

Filson, T. A., Concordia 

Findley, John T., Pittsburg, Pa 

Fink, Rev. L. M., Leavenworth 

Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Lake City 

Foley, John M., Chicago, 111 

Foote, A. E., Philadelphia, Pa 

Forde, E. M., Emporia 

Foster, Chas. A., Quincy, Mass 

Foster, J. J., W. London, England 

Foster, Rev. R. B., Stillwater, Ok. Ter 

Free Kindergarten Association, Providence, B. I 

Free Public Library. Jersey City, N. J 

French, John Marshall, Mllford, Mass 

Friends' Book Committee, Philadelphia, Pa 

Frost, H, W., Topeka 

Frow, John A., Ottawa 

Funk & Wagnall!«, New York city 

Garrison, Wendell Phillips, New York 

Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada, Ottawa 

Geological Survey of Missouri, Jefferson City 

George, Rev. A. P., Cimarron 

Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station, Experiment 

Georgia Historical Society, Savannah 

Georgia State Department of Agriculture, Atlanta 

Giles, F. W., Topeka 

Gillespie, Dr. D. M., Clay Centre 

Oiven, Rev. A., Boston, Mass 

Goldthwaite, W. T., New Orleans, La 

Ooodnow, Isaac T., Manhattan 

Goodrich, E. J., Oberlin, Ohio 

Goodspeed, Thomas W., Chicago, 111 

Goodwin, James J., Hartford, Conn 

Gordon, H. L., Minneapolis, Minn 

Goss, N. S., Topeka 

Goulding, J. H., Rutland, Vt 

Graham, W. O., Kansas City, Mo 

Gray, P. L., Bendena 

Graybill, J. M., Leavenworth 

Green, Chas. R., Lyndon 

Green, Dr. Sam'l A., Boston, Mass 

Green, Samuel S., Worcester, Mass 

Greene, Albert R., Topeka 

Greer, Frank H., Guthrie, Ok 

Grubb, Mrs. S. F., Lawrence 

Gruwell, J. P., Alliance, Ohio 

Guild, Howard R., Providence, R. I 



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DONORS- OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS— Contintted. 




Ouna's Unclaimed Money and Estate Agency, London, N. W., England. 

Outhrie, John, Topeka 

Halderman, John, Leavenworth 

Hale, George D., Topeka 

Hall, E. \V., Watervllle, Me 

Hall & O'Donald, Topeka 

Hall, Theo. Parsons, Detroit, Mich 

Hanback, Mrs. Lewis, Topeka 

Handy, N. F^, Topeka 

Harper & Brothers, New York city 

Harrington, Rev. M. O., Topeka 

Hartford Theological Seminary, Hartford, Conn 

Hartzell, J. C, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass 

Harvard University Library, Cambridge, Mass 

Haskell Printing Company, Atchison 

Hatch Agricultural Experiment Station, Amherst, Mass 

Haveiland, Laura S., Cottonwood, Cal 

Hay, John, Junction City 

Hayden, Rev. Horace Edwin, Wilkes Barre, Penn 

Hazen, Rev. Henry A., Auburndale, Mass 

Heath, D. C. & Co., Boston, Mass 

Hebbard, J. C, Topeka 

Hemenway Expedition, Boston, Mass 

Hendy, Rev. John F., Emporia 

Henrie, C. A., Topeka 

Hermann, Binger, Washington, D. C 

Hickok, E. P., Winfield 

Higgins, William, Topeka 

Hill, O. C, Hiawatha 

Hiller, Charles A., Salina 

Hinton, Col. Richard J., Washington, D. C 

Hirons, C. C, Topeka 

Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, Cincinnati 

Hobbs, Rev. A. L., Collier. . •. 

Hoffman, C. B., Enterprise 

Hogue, Isaac, Topeka 

Hoisington, A. J. and E. M., Kansas City, Mo 

Holman, Rev. C, North Topeka 

Holt, Henry & Co., New York 

Hopkins, Prof. George E., Topeka 

Hornbeck, E. A. National City, Cal 

Hovey, Charles M., Topeka 

Howard, George E., Lincoln, Neb 

Howard, Prof. W. F., Lakin 

Howe, E. W., Atchison 

Howe, Gilman Bigelow, Northborough, Mass 

Huffman, G. M., Lecompton 

Huguenot Society of America, New York 

Huling, A. S., Topeka 

Humphreys, Dr. F., New York 

Humphrey, Gov. Lyman U., Topeka 

Hunt & Eaton, New York city 

Hurst, Keenan, Howard 

Hutchins, Bion S., Clay Centre 

Hutchinson, William, Washington, D. C 

Huxley, H. E., Neenah, Wis 

Hyde Park Historical Society, Hyde Park, Mass 

Iliff, Rev. J. M., Mound City 

Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, Champaign 

Illinois Historical State Library, Springfield 

Illinois Press Association, Jerseyville 

Illinois State Board of Health, Springfield 

I. O. O. F. Sovereign Grand Lodge, Columbus, Ohio 

Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, Penn 

Indiana Agricultural Experiment Station, La Fayette 

Indiana Bureau of Statistics, Indianapolis 

Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis 

Indiana State Board of Health, Indianapolis 

Indiana State Grange, Adams 

Indiana Weather Service, Indianapolis 

lugalls, John J., Atchison 

Inman, Henry, Topeka 

International American Conference, Washington, D. C 

Interstate Commerce Commission, Washington, D. C 

Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station, Ames 

Iowa Historical Society, Iowa City 

Iowa State University, Iowa City 

Irwin, Rev. A. B., Highland 

Ives, J. N., Topeka 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS — Continued. 



Jackman, A. C, Minneapolis 

Jackson, Miss Mary E., Topeka 

Jennings, T. B., Topeka 

Jersey Oity (N. J. ) Free Public Library 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md , 

Johns, Mrs. Laura M., Salina 

Johnson, Chas. F., Topeka 

Johnson, Thos. L., Washington, D. C 

Jones, Rev. J. W,, Labette 

Jones of Binghampton, Binghampton, N. Y 

Jordan, Josiah, Topeka 

Julian, Geo. W., Centerville, Ind 

Julian, Isaac H., San Marcos, Texas 

Junkerman, Mrs. Clara E., Wichita 

Kansas Equal Suffrage Association, Topeka 

Kansas Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, Olathe 

Kansas Library Association, Topeka 

Kansas Mutual Life Association, Hiawatha 

Kansas State Board of Railroad Commissioners, Topeka 

Kansas State Normal School, Emporia 

Kansas Telegraph, Topeka 

Kellam Book <fe Stationery Co., Topeka 

Kellogg, Geo. F., Sterling 

Kellogg, Vernon L., Lawrence 

Kelly, Harrison, Washington, D. C 

Kelly, Clarence E., Haverhill, Mass 

Kelton, Dwight H., Quincy, Mich 

Kennedy, Wm., Pottsville, Pa 

Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington 

Kenyon Military Academy and Harcourt Place Seminary, Gambler, Ohio 

Kern County Land Company, Bakersfield, Cal 

Kiddoo, H. G., Russell Springs 

King, J. L., Topeka 

King, S. S., Kansas City, Kas 

Knox, Rev. J. D., Topeka 

Larimer, J. B., Topeka 

Larison, C. W., Ringos, N. J 

Lasswell, Jess R., Adrian 

Lathrop, Rev. Jas. H., Topeka 

Lawrence, H. & Co., Denver, Colo 

Lawrence, Dr. Robt. M., Lexington, Mass 

Ledyard, H. B., Detroit, Mich 

Leech, Edward O., Washington, D. C 

Leicester Town Library, Leicester, Mass , 

Leland Stanford Junior University, Palo Alto, Cal 

Leonard Scott Publishing Company, New York 

Lewis, A. G., Topeka 

Lewis, Virgil A., Charleston-Kanawha, W. Va 

Library Company of Philadelphia, Pa 

Lick Observatory, Sacramento, Cal 

Lindsay, Dr. W. S., Topeka 

Longshore, E. W., Topeka 

Los Angeles Public Library, California 

Loudon, W. D 

Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Baton Rouge 

Lydecker, John E., Kingman 

McAllaster, O. W., Lawrence 

McBride, William H., Topeka 

McCabe, Dr. F. S., Topeka 

McCarthy, Timothy, Topeka 

McClurg & Co., Chicago, 111 

McDonough, Jos., Albany, N. Y 

McKeen, John G., Russell 

McNair, W. P., Wichita 

McVicar, Dr. Peter, Topeka 

Magers, J. S., La Cyg le 

Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono 

Maine Bureau of Labor Statistics, Augusta 

Maine Historical Society, Portland 

Manchester, Alfred, Providence, R. I 

Markham, O. G., Baldwin 

Marsland, Geo., secretary. New York 

Marston, C. W., Argentine 

Martin, Mrs. Sophia Smith, Hartford, Conn 

Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, College Park, Prince George's county. 

Massachusetts Agricultural College, Boston 

Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Amherst 

Massachusetts Board of Education, Boston 

Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Boston 

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS — Continued. 



Bks. 



Massachusetts Homceopathic Hospital and Ladies' Aid Association, Boston. 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston 

Massachusetts Secretary of State, Boston 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble-Minded, Boston 

Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, Boston 

Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture, Boston 

Massachusetts State Board of Health, Boston 

Massachusetts State Board of Lunacy and Charity, Boston 

May, Samuel P., Newton, Mass 

Mellott, Clell, Leavenworth 

Mercantile Libary Association, San Francisco, Cal . . 

Mercantile Library, Chamber of Commerce, Denver, Colo 

Merrill, Frank P., Boston, Mass 

Merry, Miss Maggie M., Topeka 

Meserve, Chas. F., Haskell Institute, Lawrence 

Methodist Book Concern, New York city 

Mexico Secretary of Agriculture, City of Mexico 

Michigan Agricultural College, Agricultural College P. O., 

Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural College 

Michigan Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics, Lansing 

Michigan Secretary of State, Lansing 

Michigan State Board of Agriculture, Agricultural College 

Michigan State Board of Health, Lansing 

Michigan State Library, Lansing 

Michigan Weather Service, Lansing 

Miles, John D., Lawrence 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Superintendent of Schools 

Mims, D. A., Garden City 

Miner, Rev. S. J., Sabetha 

Minnesota Academy of Natural Sciences, Minneapolis 

Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, St. Anthony Park 

Minnesota Bureau of Labor Statistics, Minneapolis 

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul 

Minney, Dr. J. E., Topeka ; , 

Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, •Agricultural College 

Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbia , 

Missouri Bureau of Labor Statistics, Jefferson City 

Missouri Geological Survey, Jefferson City 

Missouri River Improvement Association, Kansas City, Mo 

Missouri State Mine Inspector, Jefferson City , 

Missouri Weather Service, St. Louis 

Mitchell, John M., Washington, D. C 

Mobley, R. D., Grand Junction, Colo 

Mohler, Martin, Topeka 

Montgomery, Jas. Mortimer, New York city 

Moore, J. Howard, Cawker City 

Moore, John T., Lawrence 

Moore, Robert R., Topeka 

Moore, W. H., Brockport, N. Y 

Morgan, George H., St. Louis, Mo 

Morgan, John T., Washington, D. C 

Morgan, Nina Lillian, Lawrence 

Morgridge, Dr. G. O., Los Cerrillos, N. M 

Morrill, Justin S., Washington, D. C 

Morris, Jonathan Flynt, Hartford, Conn 

Mosher, John B., Alfred Center, N. Y 

Mottram, Mrs. Myra, Ottawa. , 

Mulvane, J. R., Topeka, 

Munn & Co. . New York city 

Mutual League, Boston, Mass 

Muybridge, Edweard, Philadelphia, Pa 

Nasmith, Rev. J. S., Beloit 

National Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, Washington, D. C , 

National Prohibition Committee, New York city 

National Republican League, New York city 

National Temperance Society, New York city 

Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station, Lincoln 

Nebraska Bureau of Labor Statistics, Lincoln 

Nebraska Historical Society, Lincoln 

Nebraska State Board of Agriculture, Lincoln 

Nebraska Weather Service, Doane College, Crete 

Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln 

Nelnhiser, Henry, Denver, Colo 

Neubert, Gus. J., Kansas City 

Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station, Reno 

Newbury Library, Chicago, 111 

New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass 

New England Methodist Historical Society, Boston, Mass 

New England Hospital for Women and Children, Boston, Mass 



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DONOBS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS — Continued. 



New Hampshire Adjutant General, Concord 

New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, Hanover 

New Hampshire Department of Public Instruction, Concord 

New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner, Concord 

New Hampshire State Board of Agriculture, Concord 

New Hampshire State Board of Health, Manchester 

New Hampshire State Library, Concord 

New Hampshire State Treasurer, Concord 

New Jersey Adjutant General, Trenton 

New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Camden 

New Jersey Statistics of Labor and Industries, Trenton 

New Jersey Free Public Library, Jersey City 

New Jersey State Historical Society, Newark 

New Jersey Pharmaceutical Association, Bayonne 

New Jersey State Reform School, Jamesburg 

New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station, Las Cruces 

New Mexico Territorial Fair Association, Albuquerque 

New West Education Commission, Chicago, 111 

New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva 

New York Bond and Investment Company, New York city 

New York Bureau of Statistics of Labor, Albany 

New York College for the Training of Teachers, New York city 

New York Kindergarten Association, New York city 

Nev/ York Life Insurance Company, New York city 

New York State Board of Health, Albany 

New York State Library, Albany 

New York State Reformatory, Elmira 

New York State University, Albany 

Nicaragua Construction Company, New York city 

Nicholson, Geo. T., Topeka 

Norrborn, Rev. A., Topeka 

North Branch Academy, North Branch 

North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh 

North Carolina Bureau of Statistics, Raleigh 

Northrup, H. M., Kansas City 

Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia, Pa!*. 

Gates, William C, Washington, D. C 

Oberlin College, Ohio 

O'Brien, Dr. M., Topeka 

Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbias 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus 

Ohio Bureau of Labor Statistics, Columbus 

Ohio Department of Inspection, Columbus 

Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society, Cincinnati 

Ohio Inspector of Mines, Columbus 

Ohio Meteorological Bureau, Columbus 

Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Columbus 

Ohio State Board of Health, Columbus 

Ohio State Bureau of Labor, Columbus 

Ohio State Forestry Bureau, Cincinnati 

Ohio Weather and Crop Service, Columbus 

Old Colony Historical Society, Taunton, Mass 

Oldroyd, O. H., Springfield, 111 

■Olney, Emeline, Madison, Wis 

Olney, Henry C, Gunnison, Colo 

Omaha Public Library, Nebraska 

Oneida Historical Society, Utica, NY 

Onondaga Salt Springs, Syracuse, N. Y 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, Canada 

Ontario Agricultural Experiment Station, Guelph, Canada 

Ontario Department of Agriculture, Toronto 

Orange Judd Company, New York city 

Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis 

Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, Portland 

Osborn, Gov. Thomas A., Topeka 

Osmond, Rev. S. M., Elkton, Md 

Otis, John G., Topeka 

Page, Mrs. Carrie E., Brandon, Vt 

Palmer, Josiah, Executors of, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Park, Stanton, Atchison 

Parker, Mrs. Joel, and family. Freehold, N. J 

Parson, E., Topeka 

Parvin, T. S., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Patterson, Geo. A., Oskaloosa 

Paxton, W. M., Platte City, Mo 

Peabody Academy of Science, Salem, Mass 

Peabody Institute, Baltimore, Md 

Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Cambridge, Mass. 
Pecker, J. E., Concord, N. H 



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PefEer "Wm. A., Washington, D. C 

Pennsylvania Adjutant General, Harrisburg 

Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station, State College, Center county, Pa. 

Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs, Harrisburg 

Philadelphia Public Schools, Superintendent of, Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania State Penitentiary, Inspectors for Eastern District, Philadelphia — 

Perkins, B. W., Washington, D. C 

Perry, Leslie J., Washington, D. C 

Prohibition National Committee, New York 

Providence Atheneum, Rhode Island 

Philadelphia Public Library Company, Philadelphia, Pa 

Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Philadelphia, Pa 

Phillips, John K., Portland, Ore 

Plaindealer, Preston 

Plumb, P. B., Washington, D. C 

Plumb, Mrs. Preston B., Emporia 

Polen, H. O. & Co., Kansas City, Mo 

Pond, J. B., New York city 

Prescott, B. F., Concord, N. H 

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Prather, Charles Edgar, Topeka 

Pope, A. A., Boston, Mass 

Popenoe, Edwin A., Manhattan 

Popenoe, F. O., Topeka 

Portillo, A. & Co., City of Mexico 

Pounds, L. H., Topeka 

Powers, Ada Wilmans. Douglasville, Ga 

Pueblo Board of Trade Association, Colorado 

Putnam. Prof. F. W., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass 

Queensland Department of Agriculture, Brisbane, Australia 

Quayle, Pres. W. A., Baldwin 

Ramabai Association, Boston, Mass 

Bash, Howard C. , Cincinnati, O t 

Rathbone, F. B., Oberlin 

Redden, Dr. J. W., Topeka 

Reiche, Rev. Gustave, Topeka 

Reid, W. R., Fort Scott 

Religious Society of Friends, Philadelphia, Pa 

Remsburg, Geo. J., Oak Mills 

Reynolds Library, Rochester, N. Y 

Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station, Kingston 

Rhode Island Bureau of Industrial Statistics, Providence 

Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence 

Rhodes, John S., Topeka 

Rice, Franklin P., Worcester, Mass 

Richardson, Rev. A. M., Lawrence 

Riddle, A. P., Minneapolis 

Riggs. C. W., Station "C," Cincinnati, O 

Riley, G. T., Marion 

Riley, Z. F., Topeka 

Ritchie, Byerson, Kansas City, Mo . . . 

Roberts, Rev. W. H., Cincinnati, O 

Robinson, Gov. Chas., Lawrence 

Robinson, Fred. B., HuntsvlUe, Texas 

Robinson & Co., Richmond, Ind 

Root, F. A., North Topeka 

Root, Geo. A., Topeka 

Ropes, E. E., Astor, Fla 

Ross, Theodore A., Columbus, O 

Rossman, J. B., Hamline, Minn 

Rochester Historical Society, Rochester, N. Y 

Rowell, Geo. P. &Co., New York city 

Royal Academy of Belles-lettres, History, and Antiquity, Stockholm, Sweden... . 

Royer, Salem B., Mount Morris, 111 

Rust, Albert D., Waco, Texas 

Ryan, Thomas, City of Mexico 

St. Louis Engineers' Club, St. Louis, Mo 

St. Louis Mercantile Library Association, Missouri 

St. Louis Public Library, Missouri . . 

Salem Public Library, Salem, Mass 

Sanborn, F. B., Concord, Mass 

San Francisco Free Public Library, California 

San Francisco Mercantile Library Association, San Francisco, Cal 

San Francisco Produce Exchange 

Schenck, Dr. W. L., Topeka 

Scherer, Rev. J. T., Garnett 

Schmitt, M. J., Emporia 

Scott, Chas. F., lola 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS— CONTINUED. 



Scudder, Rev. John L., Jersey City, N. J 

Seaver, Edwin P., Boston, Mass 

See, Rev. A. N., Sallna 

Seeds, Mrs. Alice M., Abilene , 

Seventh Day Adventists' Central Publication Association, Battle Creek, Mich. . 

Shafer, J. D., Stroudsburg, Pa 

Shaw, Mrs. Quincy, Boston, Mass 

Sheffield, C. S., Topeka 

Shelden, Alvah, El Dorado 

Sheldon, Rev. Charles M., Topeka 

Shelton, E. M., Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 

Shepard, R. B., Anthony 

Sheppard, Wm. D., Springfield, Mo 

Sims, William, Topeka 

Sims, Mrs. William, Topeka 

Simpson, Jerry, Washington, D. C . , 

Smith, Andrew, Albuquerque, N. M 

Smith, Col. Andrew J., Leavenworth 

Smith, Cassius C, Denver, Colo 

Smith, Geo. W., Topeka 

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C 

Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology, Washington, D. C 

Smyth, B. B,, Topeka 

Snow, Chancellor F. H., Lawrence 

Snow, Miss Florence L., Neosho Falls , 

Snyder, John H., San Diego, Cal 

Snyder, W. A., Topeka 

Societe Archeologlque du Department de Constantine, Algeria, Africa 

Socifetfi de Geographie Commerciale du Havre, France 

Societe des Sciences Naturelles de la Charente Inferieure, La Rochelle, France. 

Soci6te Havralse d'Etudes Diverses, Le Havre, France 

SocietS Natlonale d' Agriculture, Paris, France 

Societe Neuchateloise de Geographie, Neuchatel, France 

Society of American Florists, Boston, Mass , 

Sons of the American Revolution, Washington, D. C 

Sons of the Revolution, New York Society, New York city 

Southbridge Public Library, Southbridge, Mass 

South Carolina Experiment Station, Fort Hill 

South Dakota \gricultural Experiment Station, Brookings , 

Southern California Historical Society, Los Angeles 

Southern Pacific Railroad Company, San Francisco, Cal 

Southwestern Business College, Wichita 

Spelman Seminary, Atlanta, Ga 

Spencer, Robt. C, Milwaukee, Wis 

Spooner, Geo. A., Leavenworth 

Stall, Rev. Sylvanus, Philadelphia, Pa 

Stanard, L. E., Media 

Standard, The, New York 

Stanley, E., Lawrence 

Stanley, T. A., Osawatomie 

Stearns, J. N., New York city , 

Stewart, John T., Scammon 

Stewart, W. M., Washington, D. C 

Stltt, Geo. P., Hutchinson 

Stitt, Geo. S., New York city 

Stone, Mrs. Lucy, Boston, Mass 

Stonestreet, Fred., Topeka 

Storrs School Agricultural Experiment Station, Mansfield, Conn 

Strickler, Mrs. Harriet S., Topeka , 

Strong; C. M., U. S. Signal Service, Columbus, O 

Sunset Club, of Chicago, 111 

Swan, Sonnenschein & Co., London, England 

Swensson, Rev. C. A., Llndsborg 

Tanner, O. R., Barry , 

Taylor, A. R., Emporia 

Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, Knoxville 

Tennessee State Board of Health, Nashville 

Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Brazos county 

Thomas, Rev. A. R., Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa 

Thomas, Rev. Elisha S., Topeka .' 

Thompson, A. H., Topeka 

Thompson, Chas. H., Lansing, Mich 

Thwlng, Rev. E. P., Brooklyn, N. Y 

Tipton, A. W., Topeka 

Torrey, D., Detroit, Mich 

Townsend, H. H., North Branch 

Trimble, John, Washington, D. C 

Tuttle, Gov. Hiram A., Concord, N. H 

Twentieth Century Publishing Company, New York 

Twining, Thomas J., Fort Wayne, Ind 



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DONORS OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS — Continued. 



United Presbyterian Board of Publication, Pittsburg, Pa 

U. 8. Army, Adjutant General, Washington, D. C 

' ' Board on Geographic Names, Washington, D, C 

' ' Bureau of American Republics, Washington, D. C 

' ' Bureau of Labor, Washington, D. C 

' * Bureau of Rolls and Library, Washington, D. C 

' ' Census Office, Bobt. P. Porter, Superintendent, Washington, D. C 

' ' Chief of Engineers, U. S. A., Washington, D. C 

' ' Chief of Ordinance, U. S. A., Washington, D. C 

' ' Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. C 

' ' Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C 

' ' Commissioner of Education, Washington, D. C 

* ' Commissioaer of General Land Office, Washington, D. C 

* ' Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C 

' ' Commissioner of Labor Statistics, Washington, D. C 

* ' Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. C 

* ' Commissioner of Pensions, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Botanical Division, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Chemistry, Washington, D. C 

' ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Entomology, Washington, D. C 

'■ ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry, Washington, D. C 

' ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Ornithology, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Pathology, Washington, D. C 

' ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Pomology, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Statistics, Washington, D. C 

' ' Department of Agriculture, Division of Vegetable Pathology, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Stations, Washington, D. C 

* ' Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C 

' ' Fish Commissioner, Washington, D. C 

* ' Geological Survey, Washington, D. C 

* ' Lif e-Saving Service, Washington, D. C 

* ' Light-Hovise Board, Washington, D. C 

* ' Military Academy, West Point, N. Y 

' ' Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md 

* ' Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C 

' ' Navy Department, Bureau of Equipment, Nautical Almanac Office, Washington, D. C. 

' ' Navy Department, Hydrographic Office, Washington, D. C 

' ' Postmaster General, Washington, D. C 

' ' Secretary of State, Washington, D. C 

' ' Secretary of the Interior, Washington, D. C 

' ' Secretary of the Treasury, Washington, D. C 

" Signal Office, Washington, D. C 

' ' Treasury Department, Bureau of Statistics, Washington, D. C 

' ' Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C 

Unity Publishing Committee, Chicago, 111 

University of California, Berkeley 

University of Denver, and Colorado Seminary, Denver 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis 

University of Nevada, Reno 

University of Vermont, Burlington 

University of Worcester, Mass 

Utah Agricultural Experiment Station, Logan 

Unknown 



Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington 

Veteran Association, 55th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Davenport, Iowa . 

Vincent, C, Winfield 

Vincent Bros., Winfield 

Vincent, H. & L., Winfield 

Vincent, W. D., Clay Centre 

Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Blacksburg, Va 

Votel, Rev. Henry J., St. Mary's ■ 

Vuilleumier, Jean, Battle Creek, Mich 

Wallace, Mrs. Catherine P., Melbourne, Australia 

Wallace, H. B., Salina 

Waller, D. J., Harrisburg, Pa 

Walsh, J. DeWitt, Grantville 

Wanamaker, John, Washington, D. C 

Ward, Mrs. Jennie Meeker, Ottawa 

Ward, Dr. M. B., Topeka 

Ware, Emma F., Milton, Mass 

Warren, Francis E., Cheyenne, Wyo 

Waugh, Rev. Lorenzo, San Francisco, Cal 

Webb, Leland J., Topeka 

Webb, Col. and Mrs Leland J., Topeka 

Wedderburn, Alexander J., Washington, D. C 

Welch, Herbert, Philadelphia, Pa 

Welch, L. A., Leavenworth 

Wentworth, Moses, Chicago, 111 



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Westchester Historical Society, White Plains, N, Y 

Western Advocate, Mankato 

Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio 

West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Morgantown 

Wheeler, Joshua, Nortonville 

Whiston, E. A., Boston, Mass 

White, H. F., Topeka 

White, M. L.,Garnett 

White, W. H., Topeka 

Whiting, Fanny, Chicago, 111 

Whittaker, A. S., North Denver, Colo 

Whittaker, Thomas, New York 

Whittemore, Henry, New York city 

Wilder, Mrs. C. F., Manhattan 

Wilder, D. W., Kansas City, Mo 

Williams, H., New York city 

Williams, J. Fletcher, St. Paul, Minn 

Wilson, Mrs. Augustus, Wilsonton 

Wilson, Wm. L., Washington, D. C 

Winans, Geo. W., Topeka 

Winchell, W. H., Minneapolis, Minn 

Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station, Madison 

Wisconsin Dairymen's Association, Madison 

Wisconsin Farmers' Institute, Madison 

Wisconsin State Board of Health, Madison 

Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison 

Wisconsin University, Madison 

Wittlesey, E., Washington, D. C 

Woman's Republican Association, Washington, D. C 

Wood, M. F., Independence , 

Wood, Mrs. S. N., Woodsdale 

Woodford, J. E., Burlington 

Woodward, Chas. L., New York city 

Worcester Free Public Library, Worcester, Mass 

Worcester Society of Antiquity, Massachusetts 

World's Fair Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111 

World's Congress Auxiliary of the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111. 

World's Fair Transportation and Trust Company, Topeka 

Worrall, Harvey, Topeka 

Wyoming Historical and Geneaological Society, Wilkes Barre, Pa 

Yale University, New Haven, Conn 

Yarger, Rev. H. L., Lawrence 

Yonkers Historical and Library Association. New York 

Yurann, Jason, Blue Rapids 



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DONORS OF MANUSCEIPTS. 



Adams, D. M., Rome: A description written by donor of a hail storm in Sumner 
county, Kansas, in June, 1886, and of a cyclone in the same county, August 6, 
1888. ■ 

Alexander, J. M., Welda: Autobiographical sketch of donor. Representative from 
Twentieth District, Legislature of 1891. 

Anderson, J. W. D., Hot Springs, S. D.: Manuscript bibliography of Kansas, to Oc- 
tober 11, 1890, containing 220 titles. 

Bailey, Mrs. Elizabeth A., Lawrence: Manuscripts written by Judge L. D. Bailey, as 
follows — Kansas Day address, January 29, 1890; letter from Kansas, October 12, 
1886, Garden City; the story of Lawrence, 1887; words of welcome, a poem, July 
5, 1858; first impressions of Kansas, May, 1857; names selected for a projected 
Kansas State Historical Society, 1865. 

BaUard, David E., Ballard's Falls: Original manuscript proceedings of a meeting of 
ofificers and soldiers of Kansas regiments at the office of Capt. M. S. Adams, in 
camp in Arkansas, August 1, 1864, to take action in reference to a representation 
of the Kansas soldiers in the field at the Republican convention, Topeka, Septem- 
8, 1864, for the nomination of State officers. 

Bernstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio: A paper containing a biographical sketch of 
and eulogy on the late Col. John C. Vaughan, written by donor, and read by him in 
the chapel at the Cincinnati crematory on the occasion of the funeral of Colonel 
Vaughan, Monday, September 26, 1892 ; 6 letters written by donor, dated Cincinnati, 
Ohio, October and November, 1892, in relation to biography and portraiture of 
Col. John C. Vaughan; also copy of a letter by donor to Hon. Joseph Medill, 
dated October 28, 1892, on the same subject, together with copies of two letters 
from Mr. Medill to donor in reply, dated Chicago, October 31 and November 4? 
1892. 

Bout well, D. W., Topeka: Letter of Gen. G. Norman Lieber, acting Judge-Advocate 
General, to donor, dated Washington, D. C, January 20, 1888, relative to files in 
the Advocate General's office, pertaining to 5th Kansas Cavalry. 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Certificate of appointment of Joseph Williams 
as justice of the peace, county of Suffolk, Province of Massachusetts Bay, in New 
England, January 12, 1761. 

Browinski, R. V., St. Joseph, Mo.: Letter to donor from War Department, May 8, 
1891, with autograph signature of G. Norman Lieber, acting Judge-Advocate Gen- 
eral. 

Brown, Geo. W., Rockford, 111.: Letter under date of November 2, 1892, relating to 
donor's " Reminiscences of Governor Walker," and also to incidents concerning 
Governor Geary's administration. 

Brown, Orville C, Adams, N. Y.: Thirty letters written by his son, Spencer Kellogg 
Brown, chiefly during the years 1861, 1862, and 1863, while in service as a soldier 
in the Union army, written from Independence, Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, and 
Springfield, Mo., from Newport, Ky., from U. S. gunboat Essex, from Jackson, 
Miss., and from Castle Thunder, Richmond, Va.; diary, of 14 pages, written in 
Jackson, Miss., Penitentiary while a prisoner of war, in 1863; sketch of his army 
and prison experiences, written while a prisoner at Richmond, Va.; brief sketches, 



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headed "Penitentiary Literature;" also manuscript papers of donor, including a 
receipt of James Redpath for Osawatomie town shares, dated May 21, 1858; peti- 
tion of Josiah Goodwin to Claim Commissioners Hoogland, Adams, and Kingman; 
the same of Ephraim Hustsd; certificate of S. C. Pomeroy relating to the town 
of Osawatomie, vouching for O. C. Brown; certificate of ownership by 0. C. 
Brown of 100 Osawatomie town shares, signed by the trustees, S. C. Ponaeroy, 0. 
G. Brown, William Ward, Samuel Geer, and William Chestnut, and by M. F. Con- 
way, witness; certified copy of indictment in the U. S. court, second judicial 
district, for Lykins county, against O. C. Brown, John Brown, sr., John Brown, 
jr., O. V. Dayton, Alexander Gardner, Richard Mendenhall, Chas. A. Foster, Chas. 
Crane, William Partridge, and William Chestnut, 6; letter of Matthew M. Camp- 
bell, agent of the American Bible Society, Monrovia, Kas., June 26, 1860; note 
of sympathy signed G. B. and H.; letter of 0. C. Brown to the Osawatomie mon- 
ument committee, dated August 21, 1877; 10 miscellaneous letters, and an auto- 
graph of Com. W. D. Porter; American seamen's protective paper, in favor of 
O. C. Brown, dated Sag Harbor, May 26, 1834, signed John P. Osborne, collector; 
2 Osawatomie town-share certificates; letters from Mrs. M. A. Brown, Decem- 
ber 16, 1855; Orville C. Brown, March 18, 1856; Mrs. M. A. Brown, November 4, 
November 5, and November 11, 1860, and May 9,1861; Spencer Kellogg Brown, 
May 11, 1861, and September 25, 1862; Senator S. C. Pomeroy, January 20, 1862; 
Com. W. D. Porter, May 25, 1863; Fred. C. Starr [Treasury Department], May 
29, 1863; Admiral D. D. Porter, June 5, 1863; Gen. G. M. Locke, June 19, 1863; 
Adjt. G. T. Sprague, July 21, 1863: Col. W. Hoffman, August 12, 1863; Capt. Geo. 
D. Wise, October 10, 1863; Spencer Kellogg Brown, September 23, 1863; Senator 
Roscoe Conkling, September 25, 1863; Ben. J. Lossing, March 22, 1864, and No- 
vember 4, 1864; Mrs. E. Alberti, August 20, 1865; Mr. Crane's appeal for aid, 
September 4, 1865; Mrs. Charlotte Crane, New York, September 8, 1865, and 
October 10, 1865; Jas. H. Sherman, November 18, 1869; list of authors; bio- 
graphical sketch of Spencer Kellogg Brown; letter written by donor, signed 
"Chester," and dated Lawrence, Kas., September 2, 1856, giving an account of 
Kansas affairs at that time, movements of Free-State and Pro-Slavery forces, bat- 
tle of Osawatomie, etc.; Spencer Kellogg Brown's rules of conversation; letter 
of Spencer Kellogg Brown, from Osawatomie, dated June 6, 1860, to [A. G.] 
Boone, asking employment; manuscript relating to Spencer Kellogg Brown's 
"Experience in Secessia," dated St. Louis, May 6, 1862; letter from Spencer 
Kellogg Brown to his sister, dated July 20, 1863; fragment of letter of 0. C. 
Brown to Senator S. C. Pomeroy relating to slavery, dated December 12, 1861; 
letter of O. C. Brown to his wife, dated January 10, 1862, also fragments of two 
letters to his wife, no dates; 33 manifold copies of letters written by O. C. Brown, 
mostly from Osawatomie, during the years from 1856 to 1862; letter of 
Fannie Brown to her parents, dated March 9, 1863; letter of J. T. Carpenter, 
chaplain of Castle Thunder, dated September 26, 1863, giving an account 
of Spencer Kellogg Brown's conviction at Richmond, Va., as a spy; telegram 
from Rev. Wm. G. Scandlin, dated September 24, 1863, announcing Spencer Kel- 
logg Brown's trial at Richmond; letter of same, dated Washington, September 
25, 1863, relating to the imprisonment of Spencer Kellogg Brown, and letters, 
dated Grafton, October 19, 1865, and October 16, 1869, concerning Spencer Kel- 
logg Brown's biography; in all, 46 manuscripts; manuscript of 87 pages, con- 
taining an account of the pioneer life of donor in Kansas, from 1854 to 1861; 
also a manuscript of 15 pages, written by Spencer Kellogg Brown, giving an ac- 
count of the battle of Osawatomie, copied from his diary. 



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Brown, W. E., Newton: Autobiographical sketch of donor, Representative Eighty- 
first District, Legislature of 1891. 

■Case, Mrs. Lucia O., Topeka: Petition presented to Gov. L. U. Huniphrey by the wo- 
men of Topeka and Salina in behalf of the appointment of Maj. J. K. Hudson to 
the vacancy in the U. S. Senate caused by the death — December 20, 1891 — of 
Preston B. Plumb. 

€larke, Sylvester H., Clyde, N. Y.: Letter of donor, August 30, 1891, giving an account 
of public sentiment in Kansas City, Mo., at the time of the threatened robbery 
of the American hotel, May, 1855. 

•Covert, John C, Cleveland, Ohio: Manuscript letter, dated Cleveland, Ohio, October 
11, 1892, containing reminiscences of John C. Vaughan. 

Dickerson, Luther, Atchison: Commission issued by Gov. Chas. Robinson to donor 
as captain of Company B, Kansas State Militia, 1861; also order dated May 10, 
1861, issued by John A. Martin, inspector for Atchison, addressed to Captain 
Dickerson. 

Dupuy, Mrs. M. W,, Rochester, N. Y.: Letter from Oliver Johnson, the distinguished 
editor and anti-slavery writer, to Hon. D. W. Wilder. 

Giles, F. W., Topeka: Letter of Henry George, written to donor, Topeka, April 23, 
1888. 

•Goodnow, I. T., Manhattan: Affidavit of H. A. Wilcox and David Ambrose, relative 
to jumping the claim of Wm. E. Goodnow by I. Haskell, in May, 1855, dated 
Juniata, Kas., June 29, 1855; memorandum of testimony relative to the jump- 
ing of claim of Wrd. E. Goodnow in May, 1855; original House bill, an act loca- 
ting State University at Manhattan, vetoed by Gov. C. Robinson. 

•Green, C. R., Lyndon: Manuscript memoranda, notes relating to Capt. John Brown, 
Hon. L. D. Bailey, and Quenemo (Sac and Fox Indian); manuscript roster of ex- 
soldiers, sailors, militiamen, and their widows and orphans, residing in Burlin- 
game township, Osage county, 1889; same as above in Scranton township, 1889; 
manuscript poem, entitled "General Sherman and the War," in two parts; 6 manu- 
script orders issued by Gen. James G. Blunt at Fort Leavenworth, May, 1862, 
found in Kentucky by donor, where they had been left by Kansas troops with 
surplus baggage; manuscript passes, orders, and various military papers of do- 
nor, relating to Sherman's Atlanta campaign, 1864, 41 in all; memorandum book 
carried by donor through part of the War of the Rebellion, containing accounts, 
list of letters written, clothing drawn, and army incidents, etc. 

■Greene, Albert R., Topeka: Biographical sketch of Gen. Thos. J. B. B. Cramer, Treas- 
urer of Kansas Territory, written by donor; manuscript sketch by donor, entitled 
"A Few Remarks about the Town of Lecompton." 

-Guthrie, John, Topeka: Commission of donor as United States presidential elector, 
dated Topeka, November 30, 1872, signed "W.H. Smallwood, Secretary of State." 

Halderman, John A., Leavenworth: 109 manuscript letters, documents, and legal 
papers, principally of dates during the Kansas territorial period and that of the 
civil war, and bearing the following signatures: O. Diefendorf, Wm. S. Yohe, J. 
H. Day, trustees of Leavenworth Association, John W. Forman, W. H. Russell, 
Hugh Ewing, C. H. McLaughlin, Wm. B. Hutchinson, Hon. Wm. Bigler, Judge 
Rush Elmore, Gen. John H. Morgan (of the Confederate army). Sheriff Sam'l J. 
Jones, H. D. McMeekin, E. L. Berthoud, J. L. Byers, Gen. Frank J. /Marshall, 
Henry Addoms, W. S. Brewster, Surgeon General Wm. A. Hammond, Gen. Na- 
thaniel Lyon, John N. Dyer, Col. C. W. Adams, Gen. Henry Stanberry, Judge 
Martin F. Conway, S. S. MarshaU, Gen. H. J. Strickler, A. McDonald, Hugh S. 
Walsh, Gen. W. E. Walker, Hon. J. P. Usher, Alex. Repine, Gen. Powell Clayton, 



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E. Hensley, Geo. R. Hines, Gov. Geo. A. Crawford, W. A. Shannon, Orrin T. Welch, 
Gen. S. C. Pomeroy, Bishop Vail, D. H. Armstrong, H. Miles Moore, Geo. W. Gist, 
Robt. Wilson, Sam'l Paul, C. B. Donalson, G. P. Lowrey, W. R. Montgomery, Gov, 
Andrew H. Reeder, Judge Sam'l D. Lecompte, A. Dawson, Thos. A. Minard, John 
Donalson, W. H. Hutter, Abram Barry, Thos. Sherwood, Johnston Lykins; H. M. 
Hook, C. C. Andrews, Thos. T. Slocum, Sam'l J. Jones, A. G. Otis, Wm. L. Blair, 
Vice-President Thos. A. Hendricks, Aristides Rodrique, Maj. S. Macklin, Gen» 
J. W. Whitfield, Chas. Mundee, John P. Slough, Cyrus F. Currier, N. S. Goss, Gov 
Henry A. W^ise, Geo. W. Brown, Orlin Thurston, W. C. P. Breckinridge, Gen. Geo. 
W. Deitzler, Gov. Thos. Moonlight, J. N. Halloway, Ruggles & Plumb, Gov. T, 
T. Crittenden, John M. Haberlein, P. I. B. Ping, John J. Ingalls, Hon. Dudley C. 
Haskell, Gen. Rufus Ingalls, Frank M. Tracey, T. J. Hudson; autograph letter 
of donor relating to the battle of Wilson's Creek, dated Washington, D. C, July 
24, 1882. 

Hardick, Cornelius Fonda, Louisville: Autobiographichal sketch of donor, Repre- 
sentative Fiftieth District, Legislature, 1891. 

Harrington, Grant W., Hiawatha: Copy of certificate No. 144, Claytonville Town 
Company, Brown county, Kansas, dated March 9, 1857. 

Harris, Rev. Theo. W., Topeka: Resolution of the Topeka Ministerial Union in favor 
of prohibiting the sale of liquor in the national Capitol. 

Henry, Rev. S., Rutland: Autobiographical sketch of donor. Representative Thirty- 
first District, Legislature of 1891. 

Hinton, Col. R. J., Washington, D. C: Manuscript paper containing the message of 
President Andrew Jackson, dated January 3, 1830, to the Senate in relation to 
the treaty at Dancing Rabbit creek with the Choctaw Indians, bearing the auto- 
graph signature of President Jackson; 3 letters of Martin F. Conway, dated June 
15, 1859, February 9 and 21, 1861; letter of W. D. Howells, dated Columbus, Ohio, 
August 24, 1860; letter of Joseph Medill, January 21, 1862; letter of Fred. P. 
Stanton, June 22, 1862; letter of John Swinton, 1863 or 1864; copy of letter of 
Gen. John McNeil, dated "Headquarters, Fort Smith, December 20, 1863; " letter of 
Gen. S. R. Curtis, April 4, 1865; 2 letters of Walt Whitman, October 22, and No- 
vember 3, 1866; original lecture written by Richard Realf, on "Shakespeare," 
and delivered by him at the U. S. Government Library, at Governor's Island, 
N. Y., February 4, 1869; letter of Edward E. Ropes, dated Lake View, Fla., March 
14, 1871; paper in the handwriting of Frank J. Merriam, of Boston, one of John 
Brown's Harper's Ferry party, containing a list of five secret-writing inks, for 
use in army and other secret correspondence; provost marshal permit, dated 
January 15, 1852, permitting donor to pass beyond the limits of the city of St. 
Joseph, Mo., to go to Hannibal, signed "S. Hatch, Lieutenant 16th 111. Regt. and 
Provost Marshal," with a description of donor and oath of loyalty attached, sworn 
to before the provost marshal; letter of C. B. Carpenter, dated Tolono, 111., May 
10, 1863, relative to a missing contraband woman; manuscript letter of U. S. 
Senator John Sherman, dated February 26, 1864, relating to the legality of the 
election of Thos. Carney to the U. S. Senate from Kansas by the Legislature of 
1864; also one from Senator James Harlan, of Iowa, of the same date, and on the 
same subject. 

Hutchinson, Wm., Washington, D. C: 120 manuscripts pertaining to early Kansas 
history — letters of Dr. W. W. Updegraflf, Osawatomie, August 5, 1856; James Red- 
path, Chicago, October 28, 1856; Justin S. Morrill, Washington, December 24, 
1856; Col. C. K. Holliday, Topeka, November 11, 1857; Henry Harvey, Browns- 
ville, January 23 and March 2, 1858; Hugh S. Walsh, Lecompton, February 25, 



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1858; W. W. Ross, Topeka, April 21, 1858; R. J. Hinton, Boston, December 28, 
1858; E. P. Watson, Marion, Mass., July 26, 1860; Thomas E\ving, jr., Leaven- 
worth, April 14, 1860; S. C. Pomeroy, Atchison, July 10, ; Lucy Larcom, 

Bethel, Maine, August 27, 1879; 7 letters from Henry J. Adams, Washington, D. C, 
from April to November, 1860; 4 letters from Geo. W. CoUamore, written in 
1856, '57,' '58, '59; 2 letters of Marcus J. Parrott, 1856 and 1860; 10 letters of 
Henry J. Raymond, of the New York Times, 1856 to 1860; 5 letters of Gov. A. H. 
Reeder, 1856-'61; 2 letters of Gov. Charles Robinson, 1856 and 1858; letter of 
Geo. W. Brown, 1856; 4 letters of Dr. Joseph P. Root, 1856-'57; 2 letters of Eli 
Thayer, Worcester, Mass., 1859; 2 letters of Augustus Wattles, Moneka and Fort 
Scott, April and November, 1858; letter of Wm. Hutchinson to W. Y. Roberts, 
June 26, 1857; letters relating to relief distribution, 1856 and 1857, written by A. 
Curtis, Thos. W. Higginson, C. C. Parker, E. B. Whitman (2), Mrs. Jennie E. Eddy, 
Richmond, Ind., Mrs. J. M. Howard, Detroit, Mich., H. Miles Moore, G. W. Hutch- 
inson, and 0. C. Brown. Miscellaneous papers: Report of Wm. Hutchinson to 
the national Kansas committee relative to condition of hostility in Kansas, in 
August, 1856; call for convention to nominate State officers under the Leaven- 
worth constitution, April 28, 1858; address of Wm. Hutchinson before the House 
of Representatives, Topeka, June, 1857, on his election as Speaker pro tern.; speech 
of Wm. Hutchinson at the territorial convention at Lawrence, December 3, 1857, 
on the question of voting under the Lecompton constitution; vigilance club ob- 
ligation, Kansas, 1855; declaration of principles at State Republican conven- 
tion; report of committee on the charter election, in Lawrence, March, 1858; a 
bill to incorporate the Scientific and Historical Society of Kansas; appeal from 
the merchants of Lawrence to the merchants of St. Louis against the interrup- 
tion by Missourians of the transit of goods through Missouri to Kansas; letter 
of W. H. Russell, Lexington, Mo., to J. Riddlesbarger & Co., Kansas City, relative 
to a box on board the steamer Genoa, containing a piano, supposed by Missou- 
rians to contain guns for Kansas, March 21, 1856; reward of $100 offered by E. B. 
Whitman for apprehension of the robbers of the Lawrence relief store; list of 
persons composing the second regular party sent by the New England Emigrant 
Aid Company for Kansas Territory, March 20, 1855, in charge of J. T. Farwell, 
manufacturer of tools, Fitchburg, Mass.; historical sketch of Lawrence, Kansas, 
written by donor in 1860. 

Iliff, Rev. J. M., Mound City: Manuscript records of the South Kansas Conference, 
M. E. Church, 1873-'84, in three volumes. [Special deposit.] 

Ingram, Joseph Thomas, Republic City: Autobiographical sketch of donor, Repre- 
sentative Seventy-third District, Legislature of 1891. 

Johnson, Maj. John Arrell, North Topeka: Manuscript military history of donor. 

Keith, Mrs. W. T. [Eliza Meeker], Oakland, Cal.: Three manuscript books contain- 
ing the daily journal kept by her father, the Rev. Jotham Meeker, missionary to 
the Indians in Michigan and Kansas, beginning with September 10, 1832, and end- 
ing with January 4, 1855; notes taken from a letter of Mrs. Jotham Meeker to 
her daughter Emma, a short time after Mr. Meeker's death, January, 1855. 

Larcom, Miss Lucy, Boston, Mass.: Autograph copy of her poem entitled "A Call 
to Kansas," written in February, 1855, as a prize poem for the New England 
Emigrant Aid Company, and for which the sum of |50 was paid by Dr. Thomas 
H. Webb, the secretary of the company. 

Kingman, Judge Samuel A., Topeka: Biographical sketch of Hon. W. B. Barnett, 
Kansas State Senator, 1861. 

Lawrence, W. W. H. Painesville, Ohio: Manuscript relating an incident in the early 



34 State Histobioal Society. 



days in Kansas, pertaining to the election, Angust 2, 1858, on the Lecompton 
constitution, as submitted by the English bill. 

Lines, Family of the late Chas. B., Wabaunsee: Manuscript book containing the 
minutes of the meetings of the Connecticut Kansas colony, better known as the 
"Beecher Bible and Rifle Colony," organized in New Haven, Conn., March 7, 1856, 
and settled at Wabaunsee in April the same year. 

McKinnie, Geo. Henry: Autobiographical sketch of donor, Representative from the 
One-hundredth District, Legislature of 1891. 

McKonkey, Geo., Minneapolis: Autobiographical sketch of donor. Representative 
Seventy-seventh District, Legislature of 1891. 

Medill, Joseph, Chicago, 111.: Manuscript letter, dated Chicago, October 31, 1892, con- 
taining reminiscences of Col. John C. Vaughan. 

Morrison, Philip A., Altamont: Autobiographical sketch of donor. Representative 
Twenty-ninth District, in the Legislature of 1891. 

Morse, 0. E., Mound City: Letter relating to the execution by hanging, October 30, 
1863, of Wm. Griflath, one of the participants in the Marais des Cygnes massacre. 

Noble, Peter Stryker, Webster City, Iowa: Autobiographical sketch of donor, dated 
Washington, D. C, August 10, 1892. 

Phillips, J. H., Paola: Biographical sketch of James Armstrong Phillips. 

Prentis, Noble L., Newton: Manuscript of his address before the State Editorial As- 
sociation at Winfield, May 10, 1883, on the subject, "Facts and Failures of Jour- 
nalism." 

Scott, W. W., Canal Dover, Ohio: Photo, of lines written in the album of Miss Fanny 
Dawson, Bloomfield, Ky., by the guerrilla, William Clark Quantrill, 69 days pre- 
vious to receiving his death wound within five miles of that place. 

Stephens, John Phares, Hoyt: Autobiographical sketch of donor. Representative of 
Sixteenth District, Legislature of 1891. 

Tappan, Saml. F., Washington, D. C: Eight manuscripts written by donor, and 
given by him to the Society in November, 1890, as follows: Personal recollections 
of debate in U. S. Senate, February 27, 1859, on the bill for the admission of 
Kansas under the Lecompton constitution, relating to speeches of John P. Hale, 
Stephen A. Douglass, Albert G. Brown; Gwin, of California; Green, of Missouri; 
Jefferson Davis, and others; 2 papers relating to the history of the congressional 
debate on the Lecompton constitution; paper containing an account of a tour 
of Kansas by writer with Hon. Martin F. Conway, in June and July, 1855; visit 
to Neosho Valley, Fort Riley, Manhattan, etc.; mention of Big Springs conven- 
tion; account of Branson's rescue; incident of the Wakarusa war; sketches of 
Sheriff S. J. Jones and C. W. F. Leonhardt; paper containing a statement of the 
attitude of Col. Thos. H. Benton and D. R. Atchison on the Kansas question; 
chronology of Kansas debate in Congress, 1852, -'53, -'54; a poem entitled "Tel- 
emachus, and John Brown;" a paper on the illegality of slavery in the United 
States. 

Vail, Chas., Colby: Autobiographical sketch of donor. Representative One Hundred 
and Twenty-third District, 1891. 

Walsh, J. DeWitt, Grant ville: One hundred and eight manuscript papers of the late 
Secretary Hugh S. Walsh, relating to the Territorial Legislature of 1858, in- 
cluding vouchers and accounts of members and ofllcers of the Legislature, leg- 
islative printer, and bills for supplies, certified to by Gov. J. W. Denver, C. W. 
Babcock, President of the Council; G. W. Deitzler, Speaker of the House of 
Representatives; and George F. Warren, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Whittaker, David, Topeka: Autobiographical sketch of donor, dated Topeka, July 



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30, 1892, together with gift of letter of John A. Martin to donor, dated Topeka, 
June 3, 1861. 

Whittier, John G., Amesbury, Mass.: Autograph copy of his poem entitled, " Song 
of the Kansas Emigrants," written in 1854. 

World's Fair Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111.: Weekly letters relating to the 
World's Columbian Exposition. 

Worrall, Harvey, Topeka: Letter written in Roman alphabet, phonetic, with dia- 
critical marks to denote pronunciation. 



DONOES OF MAPS, ATLASES, AND CHARTS. 



Adams, F. G., Topeka: Map showing stage lines to all principal mining camps in 
San Luis Valley, Colo. 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Map of the city of Boston for 1891. 

Credit Foncier Company, New York: Jones's combination map and chart; map of 
the Fuerte Valley from Topolobampo Bay, Mexico; 1 map of Frete Valley, To- 
polobampo Bay. 

Ditto, Frank S., Topeka: Outline map of Kansas, with all county boundary lines. 

Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada, Ottawa: Maps to accompany 
Fourth Annual Report, new series, 1888-'89. 

Geological Survey of Missouri, Jefferson City: The Higginsville sheet, La Fayette 
county, April, 1892. 

Goodnow, Isaac T., Manhattan: Map of Kansas State Agricultural College lands 
Washington, Marshall, Clay, Riley and Dickinson counties; map of Kentucky 
geological survey; Jones's Combination Chart and map of the United States, 
1891; 14 miscellaneous Kansas and other maps; Worcester's Historical Atlas, 
Boston, 1830, folio, 41 pages. 

Green, C. R., Lyndon: War map of country within 30 miles of Richmond, Va., May 
3, 1864. 

Ingalls, John J., Atchison: Atlas to accompany the official records of the War of 
the Rebellion, parts 1 to 8. 

Jennings, T. B., Topeka: Precipitation charts of the Kansas Weather Service, April 
14, 23, May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 11, 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13, 20, 27, 
September 3, 10, 17, 1892; weather charts; official forecast at Kansas City, Mo., 
from October, 1888, to February, 1892; 2,000 charts. 

Johnson, A. S., Topeka: Vest-pocket map of Kansas, with a table of distances from 
Kansas City. 

Kansas State Board of Railroad Commissioners, Topeka: 60 Kansas railroad maps 
1891; official railroad map of Kansas, 1892, 60 copies. 

Missouri Commissioner of Labor, Jeflferson City: Map of Missouri, showing com- 
modities, marked by counties. 

Otis, J. G., Washington, D. C: Post-route map of Kansas and Nebraska to Octo- 
ber, 1891. 

Queensland, Australia, Department of Agriculture, Brisbane: Map of Queensland 
water supply department, 1890, 1891. 

Root, Geo. A., Topeka: Map of the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, 1887. 

Rossman, J. B., Hamline, Minn.: Map of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn. 

Ryan, Daniel J., Columbus, Ohio: 6 railroad, political and statistical maps of Ohio. 



36 State histobical Society. 



Smith, Geo., Topeka: Map of Kansas issued by the State Board of Railroad Com- 
missioners, 1887 (5 copies). 

Southern Pacific R. R. Co., San Francisco, Cal.: The unique map of California. 

Unknown: Map of the city of St. Louis. 

U. S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C: Map showing Indian res- 
ervations within the limits of the United States, compiled under the direction of 
T. J. Morgan, Commissioner, 1890. 

U. S. Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Washington, D. C: Map of 
the United States, 1888. 

U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C: 57 geological atlas maps, all of Kansas. 

U. S. Navy Department, Hydrographer's Office, Washington, D. C: Pilot chart of 
the North Atlantic ocean, November, 1887; February, September, October, 1888; 
December, 1888, to January, 1891; November, 1891; November, 1892; pilot chart, 
hurricanes of November 21-28, 1888. 

U. S. Secretary of Agriculture: Album of Agricultural Graphics; values per acre of 
crops of the United States — 1 atlas. 

U. S. Signal Office, Washington, D. C: Tri-daily meteorological record. May to 
December, 1878 — 720 charts; daily international charts, July to December, 1884, 
October, 1886, to December, 1887 — 274 charts. 

U. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C: 13 weather and other charts. 

World's Fair Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111.: 2 maps. 



DONORS OF PICTUEES. 



Adams, F. G., Topeka: Photograph group of National Editorial Association at Sena- 
tor Palmer's log cabin, at the annual convention at Detroit, August 27-30, 1889. 

Baker, Wm., Washington, D. C. : Cabinet photograph of donor, Congressman Sixth 
District, Kansas. 

Bell, Mrs. Lydia, Fancy Creek: Card photograph of Catholic Church, Atchison. 

Benton, W. R., Oakland: 10 views showing plans of World's Columbian Exposition 
buildings and grounds, Chicago; monogram of the 23 Republican members of 
the House of Representatives, 1891, who voted for John J. Ingalls for United 
States Senator. 

Bernstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio: Cabinet photograph of Col. John C. Vaughan. 

Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, N. Y.: Two views of the monument erected to the 
memory of Red Jacket. 

Butler, Mrs. Sybil S., Farmington: Large crayon portrait of Rev. Pardee Butler. 

Cabrera, Daniel, City of Mexico, Mexico: Lithograph portraits of Melchor Ocampo, 
Vicente Guerrero, Ignacio Allende, Lie. Sebastian Lerdo de Tejada; also litho- 
graph of Monumento a Cuauhtemoc. 

Chapman, E. L., Great Bend: Photograph of donor. State Senator Thirty-sixth Dis- 
trict, 1889. 

Clarke, Sylvester H., Clyde, N. Y.: Daguerreotype of Horace Greeley, taken at Clyde, 
N. Y., October, 1860; presented to donor by Mr. Greeley. 

Cooperative News, Cincinnati, Ohio: Supplement containing photo-lithographs of 
the offices of the Ohio Building Association League. 

Corwin, H. C, Topeka: Photographs showing progress of the work on the Kansas 
river dam at Topeka, November 6 and 18, 1891 — 3 pictures. 



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Crawford, Gov. Saml. J., Topeka: Life-size oil painting of donor. 

Dunbar, W., Washington, D. C: Copper-plate portraits of Senator John J. Ingalls, 
Hon. Thos. B. Reed, Gov. W. R. Merriam, and Gov. Jas. E. Campbell. 

Dupuy, Mrs. M. W., Rochester, N. Y.: Photo, portrait of Oliver Johnson, the last 
survivor of the N. E, Anti-Slavery Society of 1832; cabinet photograph of Hon. 
A. Carter Wilder. 

Elder, P. P., Princeton: Photo, portrait of donor, Speaker of the House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1891. 

Farrow, W. F., Topeka: Photograph set of six views, showing the funeral procession 
of Senator P. B. Plumb, at Topeka, December 23, 1891. 

Ooodman, Mrs. Mary C, Philadelphia, Pa.: Photo, portrait of ex-Gov. John W. 
Geary. 

Goodnow, Isaac T., Manhattan: One photograph group. 

Halderman, John A., Leavenworth: Large photo, portrait of donor. 

Herbert, Ewing, Hiawatha: Photo, group, portraits of Will. A. White, Vernon L. 
Kellogg, and Ewing Herbert. 

Hinton, Col. Richard J., Washington, D. C: Framed photo, portrait of donor. 

Hutchins, Bion S., Wellington: Life-size crayon portrait of Wirt W. Walton. 

Jones, C. J., Omaha, Neb.: Large photograph of buffalos harnessed; also herd of 
donor's buffalos and crosses (catalos). 

Keagy, Franklin, Chambersburg, Pa.: Photograph of the house of Mrs. Ritner, in 
Chambersburg, in which John Brown, John H. Kagi and others tarried while 
organizing the Harper's Ferry raid. 

Kelly, Harrison, Burlington: Cabinet photograph of donor. 

Kent, Orson, Burlington: Cabinet photograph of Hiram McAllister; card photo- 
graph of Andrew Franklin. 

Leonard, J. H., Topeka: Photograph of the W. H. R. Lykins log cabin, Lawrence, 
1855; photo, portrait of Capt. John Brown; photograph of John Brown whistle. 

Longton, Geo. R., North Topeka: Photograph of State fair grounds, Topeka, 1871; 
photograph of Tefft House, in Topeka, taken by J. Lee Knight. 

Losch, Wm., Topeka: Photograph of Wartburg Castle, in which Martin Luther 
was detained by the Elector of Saxony after being taken prisoner while coming 
from the Diet of Worms, and where he translated the Bible; also photograph of 
the interior of Luther's room in the castle. 

Lydecker, John E., Kingman: Bird's-eye view of Fargo Springs, Seward county. 

Martin, H. T., Topeka: Two photographs showing the South Carolina red flag 
brought to Kansas by Capt. F. G. Palmer, of the Atchison South Carolina com- 
pany of Pro-Slavery men, in 1856, displayed at Lawrence at the "sacking," May 
21, 1856, and captured with the company at the battle of Slough Creek, Septem- 
ber 11, 1856, by Col. Jas. A. Harvey's forces. 

Natural Science Association of America, New York city: Three colored plates, viz., 
11, 65, and 95 — birds of America. 

l^eeley, S. F., Leavenworth: Photo, portrait of donor. Representative, Legislature 
of 1891, Seventh District. 

Neiswander, W. A., Topeka: Photograph of decorations at Westminister Presby- 
terian Church, Topeka, Thanksgiving Day, 1890, with portrait of Rev. T. W. Har- 
ris, pastor. 

Newby, J., Milford: Photo, views of the battle ground of Palmyra, or Black Jack 
— two pictures. 

I^oble, Peter Stryker, Washington, D. C: Cabinet-sized photograph of donor, 
formerly Adjutant General of Kansas. 

Orner, Theo. F., Topeka: Colossal oil-painted portrait of Pres. Benj. Harrison. 



38 State histobical society. 



Plumb, Mrs. Preston B., Emporia: Framed photo, portrait of the late Senator Pres- 
ton B. Plumb. 

Popenoe, Edwin A., Manhattan: Photo, group of the faculty of the State Agricul- 
tural College, 1890; stereoscopic view of a buffalo killed for the hide. 

Popenoe, F. O., Topeka: Photograph view of ruin of the first Baptist meeting- 
house built in Rawlins county, Kansas, a sod house; also photograph view of 
Swedish sod meeting-house in Rawlins county, with congregation, photographed 
April, 1891; stereoscopic views of the Bender murder place. Cherry Vale; also 
stereoscopic view of the first settlers on the prairie. 

Read, F. W., Lawrence: Photograph copy of painting of Lawrence as in 1858; also 
stereoscopic view of the same. 

Reader, S. J., North Topeka: Photograph views of house built by Gen. W. T. Sher- 
man in Soldier township, Shawnee county, Kansas, 1859, and taken by donor Oc- 
tober 22, 1891. 

Remsburg, Geo. J., Oak Mills: Cabinet photograph of John E. Remsburg. 

Remington, J. B., Osawatomie: Cabinet photograph of Rev. S. L. Adair, of Osa- 
watomie. 

Rice, Oscar, Fort Scott: Photograph, front and rear views of John Brown's fort at 
Harper's Ferry, Va. 

Root, Frank A., North Topeka: Bird's-eye view of buildings to be erected by Topeka 
wheel factory, Seymour Davis, architect. 

Root, Dr. J. P., jr., Kansas City, Kas.: Photograph of Gov. J. P. Root, taken about 
1879. 

Shafer, J. D., Stroudsburg, Pa.: Photograph of donor and student in donor's law 
office at Leavenworth city, 1885. 

Shockley, Maj. W. B., Fort Scott: Photograph of the Confederate General, John 
Morgan, and his wife) representing General Morgan in uniform, sitting, and his- 
wife standing by his side. 

Simpson, Jerry, Washington D. C: Cabinet photograph of donor. 

Smith, Dr. L. Anton, Topeka: Card photograph showing west side of Kansas ave- 
nue, Topeka, between Fifth and Sixth streets, about 1870. 

Stevenson, E.S., El Dorado: Eight photograph views showing the ruins and remains 
of Towanda as left by the cyclone of March 31, 1892. 

Stewart, Sam'l J., Humboldt: Photo, of donor and his brother, Watson Stewart. 

Unknown: Lithographs of Kenyon Military Academy and Harcourt Place Semi- 
nary. 

Vandercook & Co., Chicago, HI.: Two sheets of illustrations of half-tone process 
specimens of engraving. 

Walker, Col. Samuel, Lawrence: Life-size crayon portrait of donor. 

Walsh, J. DeWitt, Grant ville: Cabinet photo, portrait of his father, the late Hon. 
Hugh S. Walsh. 

Woodman, Seldon J., Topeka: His original oil-painted portrait of John Brown, an 
engraving from which was published in the Century Magazitie of July. 1883, upon 
which high encomiums were passed by John G. Whittier, Mrs, John Brown, and 
others; photo, picture showing portrait of Hon. S. C. Pomeroy, seated in his car- 
riage in front of his residence, Washington, D. C; photo, portrait of donor; cabi- 
net photo, portrait of Gen. J. H. Lane. 

World's Fair Columbian Exposition, Chicago: Official bird's-eye views, showing 
grounds and designs of the buildings — 5 pictures; plan of Machinery Hall, Chi- 
cago, 1893; 10 views showing the plans of buildings and grounds. 



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DONOES OF SCRIP, COINS, AND MEDALS. 



Attwater, Henry R., Sedan: Funding bonds of Montgomery-county (1871), Lincoln 
county (1874), Reno county (1874), Howard county (1874). 

Barnd, J. K., Ness City: The Ness City News's sight draft, 50 cents. 

Bondi, August, Salina: Certificate of share No. 46, issued to Ed. Lotz by the Co6p- 
erative Meat Market, Salina, February, 1884. 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Seven Spanish coins, of dates from 1767 to 1821, 

Emery, Judge J. S., Lawrence: Share No. 67 of stock issued by the Leavenworth, 
Lawrence & Fort Gibson Rid. Co., February 10, 1865, to donor, for $2,000; shares 
Nos. 258 and 259, stock in the town of Minneola, Kas., issued by the Minneola 
Town Company, March 10, 1858. 

Harrington, Rev. M. 0., Topeka: Five pieces of Confederate currency, Richmond, 
Va.; 29 pieces of fractional currency issued during the War of the Rebellion by 
banks and private individuals and corporations in Columbus, Augusta, Macon, 
and other towns in Georgia, and one in Chattanooga, Tenn.; 10 notes issued by 
the Manufacturers' Bank and other banks at Macon, Ga., Chattanooga, Tenn.> 
and by the State Bank of Alabama — in all, 44 pieces; 12 copper coins, English 
farthings, of dates 1860, '63, '64, '66, '67, '68, '73, '75, '78. 

Klink, C. F., Horton: Spanish quarter-dollar, 1786; U. S. copper cent, 1857; and U» 
S. 13-link coin, 1787 — 3 coins; also a Leavenworth shinplaster, 5 cents. 

Lewis, Virgil A., Charleston-Kanawha, W. Va.: Two Virginia treasury notes of $1 
each, dated October 21, 1862. 

Raymond, S. S., Frederick: Continental currency, 1 piece, $7. 

Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Wilkes Barre, Pa.: Meflal commemo- 
rating the battle and massacre at Wyoming, Pa., July 7, 1779. 



DONOES OF WAE EELICS. 



Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan: Burnside rifle No. 84, manufactured by Bristol Fire- 
Arms Co., Providence, R. I.; invented by Gen. A. E. Burnside while on duty in the 
Mexican War, and adopted by him for Rhode Island troops in the War of the 
Rebellion. Given to donor by Governor Jackson, of Rhode Island, in December, 
1860, for introduction in the West. Shown by donor to Governor Wood, of Illi- 
nois, and Col. Ephraim Elmer Ellsworth at Springfield, January 17, 1861; also, a 
box of ammunition for the samie. 

Green, C. R., Lyndon: Wallet labeled "War Treasury; served through part of the 
War; kept for the good it has done." 

Johnson, Maj. J. Arrell, Topeka: Mem^entoes presented to him by his comrades of 
the 6th Kansas Vol. Regt. as testimonials of their respect and confidence in him 
as a brave soldier in the War for the Union, namely: A pair of silver-mounted, 
gold-plated cylinder Remington revolvers; a sword of Damascus steel, with silver 
hilt and gold-plated guards, the scabbard gold plated, with silver trimmings; a 
cross composed of gold, silver and copper ore, mingled with crystals and Indian 
relics; a 7th Army Corps pin of solid gold; also, an antique gold watch, an heir- 
loom of Major Johnson's family, presented to Major Johnson by his father, Maj. 
Fielding Johnson. 



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Miller, Sol., Troy: Hat and sword taken from the body of a dead bushwhacker on 
an Arkansas battle field, 1863, by Rev. Ozem B. Gardner, who presented it to 
donor. 

Popenoe, Edwin A., Manhattan: 3 canister shots, 6 bullets, and a fragment of shell, 
all from the battle field of Pea Ridge, Ark. (fought March 6, 7, and 8, 1862), pro- 
cured by donor in 1890 — 10 war relics. 



DONOES OF MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTIONS AND RELICS. 



Adams, F. G., Topeka: Badge of the Northwest Kansas Editorial Association, 
Clay Centre, Colorado excursion, June, 1891; 4 railroad folders; badges of the 
seventh annual convention of the National Editorial Association, St. Paul, Minn., 
July 14-17, 1891; 14 out-of-date railroad passes; cards and programs relating to 
Northwestern Kansas Editorial Association; circular and program of the East- 
ern Kansas Editorial Association, August 12, 1892. 

Adams, Miss Harriet E., Topeka: Program of graduating exercises, Washburn Col- 
lege, Topeka, twenty-sixth commencement, June, 1891. 

A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co., passenger department, Topeka: Two folders descriptive of 
the country through which the road passes. 

Bailey, E. H. S., Lawrence: Notice of the twenty-fourth annual meeting, Kansas 
Academy of Science, Ottawa, October 14-16, 1891. 

Balston, Mrs. G. B., Palmer: Model fire-escape. 

Banta, J. Edward, Hiawatha: Program third annual commencement exercises of 
Hiawatha Academy, 1891. 

Beer, Wm., Topeka: Fragment of wood from the stairs in the hotel, Alexandria, 
Va., where Ephraim E. Ellsworth was shot. May 24, 1861. 

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Invitation to anniversary exercises of the home 
for aged couples, Roxbury, Mass., June 12, 1891. 

Brown, Orville C, Adams, N. Y.: Lock of cotton slivers taken from the ram Arkan- 
sas, by Spencer Kellogg Brown, after the boat was disabled by the gunboat Es- 
sex, September, 1862; reception invitation card to donor and daughter. 

Callen, A. W.,' Junction City: Skull of a blacktail deer, from Callen's mining camp 
Placertias, Ariz. 

Cannon, Austin, New Richmond, Pa.: Two pieces of clapboard from old John Brown 
tannery, taken out in 1890, by donor, who is the present owner; cane made from 
the timber of old John Brown tannery, wood taken out in 1890 by donor. 

Coan, Chas., Leoti: Concretion from bituminous shale, found in "Wichita county. 

Cole, Geo. E., secretary, Girard: Premium list, posters, etc., Crawford county fair, 
September 1-4, 1891. 

Duflfy, R. W., secretary, lola: Program of first annual fair, lola Park Association, 
August 6-8, 1891. 

Fairchild, Pres. Geo. T., Manhattan: Invitation and program, exercises of com- 
mencement week, Kansas State Agricultural College, June 7-10, 1891. 

Fergusson, S. W., San Francisco, Cal.: A oroadside descriptive of Kern county, Cal- 
ifornia, 1892. ^ 

Flanders, Chas. E., secretary, Wellington: Premium list, posters, etc., Sumner county 
fair, August 25-28, 1891. 

Foote, J. W. D., secretary, Winona: Premium list, etc., of the third annual fair, 
Logan county, September 30 to October 2, 1891. 



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Foster, Chas. A., Quinoy, Mass.: Parchment marriage settlement by the Rev. Robt. 
Pregion Huston, of estates in Freeston and Butterwick, in the county of Lincoln, 
England, upon the marriage of his daughter Mary with Joseph Sikes, dated 
July 3, 1779. 

Frow, John A., secretary, Ottawa: Four posters of the Franklin County Agricultu- 
ral Association, 1892. 

Furguson, D. M., secretary, Paola: Four large posters of the Miami County Fair 
Association, 1892. 

Gillett, H. F., secretary, Cottonwood Falls: Premium list, posters, etc.. Chase County 
Fair Association, October 7-9, 1891. 

Glore, D. H., secretary, Lane: Two posters of the District Agricultural Fair Associ- 
ation, 1892. 

Green, Miss Louise J., Whiting: Program of piano recital for graduation, by donor, 
June 18, 1891. 

Green, Dr. Samuel A., Boston, Mass.: Proclamation of Gov. W. E. Russell, of Mas- 
sachusetts, commemorative of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery 
of America by Columbus. 

Grubb, Mrs. S. F., Lawrence: Two cards of the National W. C. T. U., department of 
foreign work, printed in the German and Spanish languages. 

Hale, George D., Topeka: Advertising card of the Interstate Artificial Rain Com- 
pany, Goodland, October 30, 1891. 

Hall & O'Donald, Topeka: Roster of Kansas State, judicial and county officers, 
mounted. 

Heath, Mrs., Seward county: Fragment of petrified sponge (?) from the Cimarron, 
in Seward county; petrified bone taken from a well in Santa F6, Kansas, at a 
depth of 200 feet. 

Hewett, R. H., secretary, Cawker City: Premium list, posters, etc., of the sixth an- 
nual fair of the Cawker City District Fair Association, September 22-25, 1891. 

Higgins, L. L., Topeka: Three calendars. 

Hilliard, Franklin, Richland: 14 specimens of stones gathered by donor in the Wa- 
karusa river. 

Hinton, Col. Richard J., Washington, D. C: Broadside circular containing a letter 
of Gov. W. F. M. Arny, addressed to Gov. John W. Geary, December 8, 1856, in rela- 
tion to public education in Kansas; handbill dated Independence, Mo., Decembei 
12, 1861, offering a reward of $100 for the return to Henry J. Brown of his runa- 
way slave, Nelson (this slave afterwards became a soldier in the First Kansas Col- 
ored Volunteers); circular appeal of the Kansas Emancipation League to the 
public for aid in taking care of the 4,000 contrabands already thrown upon Kansas; 
card of J. H. Lane, July 18, 1857, addressed to speakers in the political campaign, 
calling attention to provisions to be made for the projiection of the ballot-boxes at 
the approaching election; 2 orders issued by General Lane relating to the protec- 
tion of the ballot-boxes at the elections in 1857; broadside circular of the National 
Kansas Committee, dated Chicago, March 23, 1857, giving information for emi- 
grants to Kansas, signed by Edward Daniels, agent. 

Horr, Mrs. R. B., Paola: A saddle, at one time the property of Maj. James B. Ab- 
bott, presented to donor by the widow of Gen. C. W. F. Leonhardt. 

Hume, Granville W., Strasburg, Mo.: An image of pottery, supposed to be an idol 
of the mound builders, or Aztecs, found in a mound near Akron, Independence 
county, Arkansas, 1886. [Conditional deposit.] 

Hutchinson, Wm., Washington, D. C: Three posters relating to the Lawrence char- 
ter election, February, 1859, and of the old settlers' celebration, September, 1879. 

Irwin, Rev. A. B., Highland: Programs of university commencement exercises, 1891. 



42 State histobigal Society. 



John Brown Fort Co., Chicago, 111.: Invitation and ticket to the opening of John 
Brown's fort, October 15, 1892. 

Jones, Chas. J., McCook, Neb.: Hose and mittens made of the wool of the buffalo, 
the American bison, presented to the Historical Society by donor, "Buffalo 
Jones," March 5, 1892, as a memento of the noble animal at one time so numer 
ous on the plains of Kansas, and the existence of which on the face of the earth 
Mr. Jones, with patience and perseverance, is endeavoring to perpetuate. 

Junkerman, Mrs. Clara E., Wichita: Woman's Relief Corps convention badge, worn 
by donor at the eight annual convention, Atchison, February 24-26, 1892. 

Kansas State Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, at Olathe: Pro- 
gram of commencement exercises, June 10, 1889. 

Kenneday, W. J., secretary, Winfield: Premium list and posters ninth annual exhibi- 
tion, Cowley County Fair and Driving Park Association, September 1-4, 1891. 

Kiddoo, H. G., secretary, Russell Springs: Three cards of Logan County Agricult- 
ural Fair Association, 1892. 

Klink, C. F., Horton: Turtle shell found in the Indian Territory in 1891. 

Knox, John D., Topeka: Real-estate and loan envelope of donor, rescued from the 
Johnstown flood, of June 1, 1889. 

Lane University, Lecompton: Invitation to exercises of the twenty-sixth annual 
commencement, with program, June 18, 1891. 

Losoh, Mrs. Wm., Topeka: Ancient clock, made by Eli Ferry & Son, Plymouthr 
Conn. [Conditional deposit.] 

Lovell, Miss Hattie W., Topeka: Walking-stick procured by Abraham Lincoln at 
Mt. Vernon, 1848; presented by Mr. Lincoln to Hon. Wm. Henry, Bellows Falls, 
Vt., and by Mr. Henry to his sister, Mrs. E. W. Lovell, of Michigan. [Conditional 
deposit.] 

Lovell, Miss Sue, Topeka: A military pass given by Capt. H. H. Cushing, assistant 
provost marshal at Nashville, Tenn., to donor and party, on all turnpikes leading 
to Nashville, dated May 19, 1865. 

McNair, William P., secretary, Wichita: Premium list, posters, etc., of Southern 
Kansas District Fair, September 28 to October 3, 1891. 

McNemee, Lloyd, secretary. La Crosse: Poster of the sixth annual fair of the Rush 
County Fair Association, La Crosse, September 24-26, 1891. 

Maloy, John, Council Grove: A block of limestone bearing a deeply-impressed im- 
print of a mule's shoe. (Quarried by H. C. Richardson, seven miles southwest of 
Council Grove, Kas.) 

Markham, 0. G., Baldwin: Programs of commencement exercises. Baker Univer- 
sity, June, 1891; program, circulars, etc., of the commencement exercises of 
Baker University, June 3-7, 1892. 

Mills, J. B., secretary, Wamego: Two posters of Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee 
County Fair Association, Wamego, September 20-23, 1892. 

Moon, E. G., Topeka: Premium list, posters, etc., Kansas State Fair, Topeka, Sep- 
tember 14-19, 1891. 

Morrill, Hon. E. N., Hiawatha: The pen with which the Morrill disability pension 
bill was signed by President Benjamin Harrison, June 27, 1890; a brick taken 
from the inside of the wall of the John Brown fort at Harper's Ferry, in Sep- 
tember, 1890. 

Murdock, R. P., Wichita: Eagle calendar for 1891. 

Neiswanger, W. A., Topeka: Impacted ball of hair from a bovine's stomach. 

New Jersey Free Public Library, Jersey City: 10 cards relating to the library. 

Nicholson, Geo. T., Topeka: Folders of the A. T. & S. F. R. R. 

Nixon, Jacob, Kellogg post office: A Pawnee Indian fife or flute, procured from a 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REPORT. 43 



Pawnee Indian at Winfield, Kas., during the removal of that tribe from Ne- 
braska to the Indian Territory, 1873-76. 

Cakes, Miss F., Hutchinson: Fragment of first flag-staff erected on Pike's Peak. 

Parsons, C. H., Des Moines, Iowa: An ornamental carving in Kansas white magne- 
sian limestone. 

Pounds, L. H., secretary, Topeka: Premium list, posters and cards relating to the 
. Kansas State Fair, Topeka, September 12-17, 1892 — in all, 29. 

Queen, Rev. Chas. N., Fort Scott: Service program for the First Congregational 
Church, Ft. Scott, Nos. 1-16, June .5 to September 25, 1892. 

Rambo, J. J., Chetopa: Two pieces of cloth from pants worn by Bob and Grat Dal- 
ton, when killed at Coffeyville, Kas., October 5, 1892. 

Rathbone, F. B., Oberlin: Folder relating to northwest Kansas and its resources. 

Remsburg, Geo. J., Atchison: Relics taken from Indian mounds and Indian village 
sites, as follows: Five arrows, 5 spear-heads, 5 fragments of arrow and spear- 
heads, 9 flint chips, 9 fragments of pottery, 2 shells, 1 fragment of tooth, and 
3 fragments of bone; 1.5 fragments of bone, pottery, and flint chips, from an In- 
dian mound eight miles northwest of Oak Mills, in Atchison county; 13 relics 
found on the site of an Indian village on Owl creek, in Walnut township, Atchison 
county, near Oak Mills; 3 broken arrow-heads, 3 fragments of pottery, .5 flint 
chips; fragments of pottery found at an old Indian village site, Port William? 
eight miles southeast of Atchison and two miles northwest of Oak Mills, Atchison 
county; 9 pottery fragments, arrow-heads and chips of flint, from a field on Walnut 
creek, five miles southeast of Atchison. 

Rice, Rev. C. R., Independence: Squaw hoe found in a garden near Independence, 
Kas., on lands formerly occupied by the Osage Indians. 4 

Root, Frank A., North Topeka: Fifty-seven cards, loan, investment and other com- 
panies. 

Root, Geo. A., Topeka: Kansas election tickets, 1892. 

Roudebush Bros., Topeka: Roudebush writing system, 4 charts. 

St. John, Prof. O., Topeka: Pair of Indian ball bats, from the Choctaw Nation, In- 
dian Territory. 

Scott, G. W., Edgerton: Premium list, posters, etc., of the Johnson County Fair 
Association, September 22, 1891. 

Shafer, J. D., Stroudsburg, Pa.: Tilden ballot, fourth ward, Leavenworth city, 1876. 

Walker, William, jr., secretary, Goodland: Rules, regulations, premium list and 
poster, fifth annual exhibition Sherman county fair, Goodland, September 22- 25, 
1891. 

White, M. L., secretary, Garnett: Premium list, posters, etc., nineteenth Anderson 
county fair, August 26-28, 1891. 

Wallace, H. B., secretary, Salina: Posters, cards, etc., tenth annual exhibition Saline 
County Fair Association, September 8-11, 1891; 2 posters of the Saline County 
Agricultural Association, 1892. 

Washburn College, Topeka: Program annual musical recital. May 22, 1891. 

Welch, Uriah, Niagara Falls, N. Y.: Descriptive folder relating to International Ho- 
tel, Niagara Falls. 

White, M. L., secretary, Garnett: Four posters of the Anderson County Fair Asso. 
elation, Garnett, August 30 to September 2, 1892. 

Wilson, W. W., secretary, Neosho Falls: Premium list, posters, etc., Neosho Valley 
District Fair, September 14-19, 1891. 

Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison: Memorial card, death of Danl. Steele Durrie, 
Librarian. 



44 STATE HISTOBIGAL SOCIETY, 



DONOES OF SINGLE NEWSPAPERS. 



Adams, F. G., Topeka: Copy of the Pueblo (Colo.) World, June 27, 1891, containing 
historical sketches relating to Manitou; copies of the Chicago Herald, August 
2 and 5, 1891; copy of the War Cry, New York, July 11, 1891; Harper's New 
Monthly Magazine, New York, vol. 83, No. 494, July, 1891. 

A. T. & S. F. R. R. Co., Chicago: 35 copies of the Santa Fe Trail, spring of 1892, illus- 
trating the city of Hutchinson. 

Baker, C. C, Topeka: Copy of daily paper in Arabic, Cairo, Egypt, March 5, 1891. 

Bardeen, C. W., Syracuse, N. Y.: The School Bulletin and New York State Educational 
Journal, Syracuse, vol.18, Nos. 1 and 2, September and October, 1891 — 2 news- 
papers. 

Barnes, Wm., Albany, N. Y.: Albany Evening Journal, of November 25, 1890, con- 
taining article on Kansas in 1856. 

Beer, William, Topeka: 11 copies miscellaneous Kansas educational monthlies; 1 
copy of The Florida School Room, June, 1890; newspaper clipping containing a 
poem entitled, 'Ellworth's Avengers," by A. Lora Hendson. 

Bernstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, 0.: Clipping from the Commercial Gazette, Cincinnati, 
0., September 26, 1892, containing an obituary notice of Col. John C. Vaughan. 

Blackmar, Prof. F. W., Lawrence: Seminary Notes, vol. 1, No. 1, May, 1891 — 1 maga- 
zine. 

Bonham, Jeriah, Springfield, 111.: Copy of Marshall County Democrat, Lakin, 111., 
April 15, 1892, containing an article entitled "Compulsory Education; Historical 
Facts connected with it." 

Boston Public Library, Massachusetts: Bulletin Nos. 4-86, 1868-'91, except 19-22, 24, 
28, 34-37, 44, 46, 52, 54-56, 58, 68-77, 84 — 55 magazines. 

Bowes, Geo. W., Topeka: Two broadsides, showing the names of county clerks and 
treasurers in Kansas, 1892. 

Bradlee, Dr. C. D., Boston, Mass.: Copy of the Boston News, vol. 1, No. 16, June 18, 
1891; copy of the Military Journal, Boston, Mass., February 8, 1892; copy of the 
Mountain Echo, Delaware Water Gap, Pa., July 30, 1892; the Magazine of Poetry, 
vol. 3, No. 3, Boston, July, 1891; Food and Health Exposition, Boston, October 6, 
13, 1891; copies of the Sounding Board, Boston, November 22, 1890, vol. 2, Nos. 8, 9, 
and 10, December, January and February, 1891; copies of Boston newspapers of 
March, 1891, relating to Delaware Water Gap; the Orange Belt, Alessandro. 

Brown, Orville C, Adams, N. Y.: Copy of the Osawatomie Graphic, July 2, 1892, 
containing an article entitled "Reminiscence of 1856, Scenes and Incidents of 
the Border War," from the private diary of Spencer Kellogg Brown; biograph- 
ical sketch of Dr. Johnston Lykins; also 6 miscellaneous newspaper cuttings. 

Bushell, W., Camden, N. J.: The Philadelphia Record, souvenir edition, January 1, 
1892. 

Campbell, Geo., Mound Valley: Newspaper clipping containing a history of the 
Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union. 

Chittenden, Rev. E. P., Salina: The Sentinel, Fort Leavenworth, vol. 1, Nos. 7-12, 
1888-'89; Salina, vol. 2, Nos. 1-6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 1889-'90. 

Christian Literature Company, New York: The Magazine of Christian Literature, 
vol. 4, No. 3, June, 1891. 

Clarke, Sylvester H., Clyde, N. Y.: Copies of the Evening Press, Rochester, N. Y., 
December 13, 1877; the National Journal and New York Palladium, New York, 
November 2, 1878; the Independent and Advertiser, Clyde, N. Y., May 4, 1881; 



Eighth Biennial Repobt. 45 



copy of the Great Republic monthly, vol. 2, No. 1, July, 1859; HunVs Merchants' 
Magazine, vol. 36, No. 4, April, 1857; vol. 40, No. 5, 1859 — 2 magazines; clippings 
from the Kansas City Enterprise, May 11, 1855, relating to threatened robbing 
of the American Hotel, Kansas City; from the Boston Telegraph, June 1, 1855, 
relating to the destruction of the Parkville, Mo., Luminary office, and addresses 
of M. J. Patterson and S. C. Pomeroy on the subject; and from the St. Louis 
Republican relating to Wm. C. Quantrill. 

Covert, John C, Cleveland, O.: Clippings from the Cleveland Leader, of September 
27 and October 3, 1892, containing reminiscences of Col. John C. Vaughan. 

Cranston, Arthur, Parsons: Copy of El Telegrama, Guadalajara, Mex., No. 66, No- 
vember 13, 1886. (Said to be the smallest paper published in the world.) 

Crawshay, Geo., Working, Eng.: The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Ori- 
ental and Colonial Record, July, 1891 — 1 magazine. 

Ditto, F. S., Topeka: Copy of the Daily Citizen, Vicksburg, Miss., July 2, 1863 (re- 
prrrrt); The Nighthawk, Washburn College, Topeka, vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 2, 1888. 

Drowne, Henry T., New York: Neiv Amsterdam Gazette, New York, (extra edition,) 
vol. 7, No. 4, June 24 to September 10, 1891. 

Duncan, Alexander, Angola: Newspaper clipping containing the early history of 
Canada township, Labette county. 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan: Copy of the Daily Christian Advocate, Omaha, Neb. 
May 21, 1892. 

Goodnow, Isaac T., Manhattan: Manhattan Enterprise, December 5, 1879; copy of 
daily Tribune, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 15, 1890, containing an article en- 
titled "Prohibition;" the iV^a^ion, April 3-24, 1890, 4 numbers; Our Country Home, 
1884-'87, 12 numbers; the Defecator, 1883-'84, 11 numbers; Scientific American, 
1878-'91, 10 numbers; the Chronicle, San Francisco, Cal., 1883-'89, 29 numbers; 
Midland Christian Advocate, Kansas City and Topeka, 1889-'90, 12 numbers; Times, 
Denver, Colo., June, 1890, to January, 1891, 8 numbers; Daily Republican, Spring- 
field, Mass., January 13, 187.1, to April 25, 1891, 13 numbers; Kansas and Colorado 
Farmer, Omaha, Neb., January to December, 1890, 7 numbers; Colman''s Rural 
World, St. Louis, Mo., 1879-'91, 21 numbers; Zion's Herald, Boston, Mass., Jan- 
uary 7, 1885, to February 18, 1891, 25 numbers; miscellaneous newspapers: Cali- 
fornia 18, Illinois 49, New York 23, Missouri 29, Georgia 7, Massachusetts 15, Utah 
18, Rhode Island 10, Texas 8, Ohio 14, and 116 other miscellaneous newspapers and 
magazines — in all, 563. 

Green, C. R,, Lyndon: Osage County Graphic supplement, February 11, 1891, con- 
taining historical matter. 

Greene, A. R., Lecompton: The Evening Star, Washington, D. C, September 19 to 
24, 1892, containing an account of the National Encampment of the G. A. R. at 
Washington, 1892 — 6 newspapers. 

Grinsted, Chas. R., Kingfisher, Ok.: Copy of Cincinnati Daily Times, December 3, 
1855. 

Halderman, Gen. John A., Washington, D. C: Copy of the Straits Times (Straits of 
Malacca, Asia), Singapore, December 24, 1890. 

Hartzell, J. C, Cincinnati, Ohio: The Christian Educator, vol. 1, No. 1, October, 
1889, to vol. 2, No. 3, April, 1891 — 1 magazine. 

Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.: Bulletin, Nos. 8 and 9, 1878; Nos. 11, 
12, 13, 1879; No. 14, 1880; No. 44, 1889 — 7 magazines. 

Heisler, E. F., Kansas City: Three copies of the New Year's edition, 1891, of the Kan- 
sas City Sun, containing historical matter relating to the establishment of the 
Shawnee Baptist Mission in Kansas, and of the introduction of the first printing 
press in Kansas, 1834. 



46 State Historical society. 



Hinton, Col. Richard J., Washington, D. C: The Western Dispatch, extra, Independ- 
ence, Mo., September 3, 1856, warning the people of western Missouri against an 
impending invasion of Missouri by Jas. H. Lane, with 3,000 lawless Kansas ab- 
olitionists; copies of the Equal Bights Gazette, a Confederate newspaper, Spring- 
field, Mo., August 28, 1861, and September 21, 1861, containing accounts of battles 
of Wilson's Creek, August 10, 1861, and of Lexington, September 20, 1861 ; clipping 
from a Boston newspaper giving the proceedings of an anti-slavery convention 
held in Boston May 29, 1860, in which donor and Jas. Redpath participated; part 
of the Liberator, Boston, June 15, 1860, containing proceedings of the before- 
mentioned convention and a speech by Wendell Phillips at Melodeon Hall, Bos- 
ton, May 31, 1860, on the imprisonment of Thaddeus Hyatt — imprisoned in 
Washington jail, under arrest as a witness in the Harper's Ferry investigation; 
clipping from the Jefferson (Ohio) Sentinel, December 5, 1860, containing an ac- 
count of troubles in southern Kansas, written by donor. 

Hoffman, C. B. Enteprise: Five newspapers relating to the Credit Foncier Com- 
pany. 

Horton, A. H., Topeka: Copy of the Graphic, Chicago, vol. 5, No. 5, August 1, 1891. 

Huling, A. S., Topeka: Newspaper clipping containing obituary of Edmund J. 
Huling. 

Hutchinson, Wm., Washington, D. C: Copies of the New York Times, Boston Liber- 
ator, Boston Journal, Anti-Slavery Standard, and other newspapers of dates from 
1853 to 1868, containing speeches of Wm. H. Seward, Rufus Choate, Gerrit Smith, 
John G. Palfrey, Samuel Hoar, Douglass Jerrold, Louis Kossuth, Lucy Stone, 
Joshua R. Giddings, John P. Hale, Henry Ward Beecher, Theodore Clapp, Ed- 
ward Everett, Salmon P. Chase, Stephen A. Douglas, Abraham Lincoln, Thaddeus 
Stevens, Wendell Phillips, John Savory, Geo. B. Cheever, Mary Grew, and Cora 
L. V. Daniels, besides much information relating to early Kansas affairs, the War 
of the Rebellion, reconstruction and the political history of the country covered 
by these dates; also copy of the Atchison Champion containing the address of 
John J. Ingalls, delivered at the dedication of the monument to John Brown and 
his associates at Osawatomie, August 30, 1877; copy of the Lawrence Republi- 
can-Journal of September 17, 1870, containing the address of Senator S. C. Pom- 
«roy at the old settlers' meeting; also the Lawrence Republican of January 1, 
1870, containing a history and description of Lawrence; copies of Lawrence 
papers containing proceedings of the old settlers' celebration at Bismarck 
Grove, September 15 and 16, 1879; of the Lawrence Journal of October 28,1884, 
containing articles relating to the candidacy of Governor Robinson for the State 
Senate; the Lawrence Tribune of September 5, 1887, containing the Fourth of 
July address of Wm. Hutchinson at Lawrence in 1855; a paper containing the 
proceedings of a reunion of Lawrence pioneers at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. 
Paul R. Brooks, in 1890; a part of the Chicago Inter-Ocean of December 2, 1889, 
containing proceedings of the Chicago Bar Association, in which is a sketch of 
John Hutchinson, an early pioneer of Kansas; scrap from the St. Louis Dem- 
ocrat of February 26, 1859, containing the proceedings of the celebration of the 
opening of the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad; supplement to the Washington 
Chronicle, containing a biographical sketch of Thaddeus Stevens, who died Au- 
gust 11, 1868; newspaper scrap containing the address of Ralph Waldo Emerson, 
January 16, 1872, on the subject "Home" ; cutting from the Washington Chron- 
icle, September 28, 1872, containing the history of the origin of the so-caUed 
Liberal Republican party — 40 newspapers and 5 newspaper scraps. 

Jersey City Free Public Library, New Jersey: The Library Record, Jersey City, vol. 
1, No. 1, February 15, 1892. 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 47 



Julian, Isaac H., San Marcus, Tex.: Copy of the Daily Post, Houston, Tex., March 
27, 1892, containing "Biographical Sketch of Israel B. Donalson, a life coeval 
with our national history." 

Keagy, Franklin, Chambersburg, Pa.: Copy of Public Opinion, Chambersburg, Feb- 
ruary 13, 1891, containing an article by donor on John Brown and his men, re- 
lating particularly to John H. Kagi. 

Langston, J. S., Topeka: Copy of the Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, dated De- 
cember 28, 1850, found by J. Rutherford in 1891 in a house which he was repair- 
ing called the " Bee Line," which had been the residence of Brigham Young. The 
paper was given to donor by Mr. Rutherford. 

Lasher, Esmeralda, Topeka: Detroit Tribune, August 4 and 5, 1891, containing pro- 
ceedings of the National Encampment of the G. A. R., held at Detroit, Mich., 
August 5-8, 1891; Washington Post, Detroit, Mich., August 4, 1891, containing 
same; copy of Denver, Colo., Times of August 1, 1891, containing historical sketch 
of Idaho Springs, Colo. 

Learnard, 0. E., Lawrence: Holiday number of the Lawrence Journal, December 
25, 1890. 

Leonard Scott Publication Company, New York city, N. Y.: Nineteenth Century, No. 
171, May, 1891; the Fortnightly Review, No. 289, January, 1891; Contemporary Re- 
view, March, 1891; Westminster Review, vol. 135, February, 1891 — 4 magazines. 

Manchester, Rev. A., Providence. R. I.: Copy of the North Star, February, 1892. 

Marston, C. W., Cedar Junction: Kawkab America (Star of America), an Oriental 
weekly. New York, vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 2, April 15 and 22, 1892, the first Arabic 
newspaper printed in America. 

Martin, Geo. W., Kansas City: Copy of New Year's edition of Kansas City Gazette, 
1890. 

Mead, J. R., Wichita: Copy of the Daily Eagle, Wichita, April 3, 1892, containing 
account of theTowanda sufferers from the cyclone; also historical sketch of To- 
wanda, by donor. 

Medill, Joseph, Chicago, 111.: Clipping from the Chicago Tribune, September 29, 
1892, containing an article copied from the Cleveland Leader of September 27, 
1892, relating to Col. John C. Vaughan, with notes by donor. 

Mills, T. B., Las Vegas, N. M.: Copy of the Las Vegas Daily Optic, N. M., January 
1, 1892, containing history and description of Las Vegas. 

Mobley, R. D., Grand Junction, Colo.: Copy of the Field and Farm, Denver, Colo., 
April 2, 1892, containing reminiscences of the Arickaree fight. 

Morehouse, Geo. P., Council Grove: Council Grove Republican of December 5, 1890, 
containing an article on ancient books in Kansas. 

Nicaragua Construction Company, New York city: Reprint from Engineering News^ 
of September 14, 1889; also 2 papers relating to the inter-ocean canal of Nica- 
ragua — 3 newspapers. 

Olney, Henry C, Gunnison, Colo.: Copies of 13 Colorado and Utah newspapers, of 
dates from December 21, 1890, to January 1, 1891; copy of the Salt Lake Tribune, 
Salt Lake City, Utah, January 1, 1892, containing historical sketch of Salt Lake 
City; the Minneapolis, Minn., Tribune Annual, January 1, 1892 — 2 newspapers. 

Oneida Historical Sociaty, Utica, N. Y.: Four newspapers containing proceedings 
of the annual meeting, January, 1891; address of Gen. C. W. Darling at the an- 
nual meeting of the American Historical Society, Washington, January 1, 1891; 
proceedings of the Jefferson County (New York) Historical Association, January, 
1891. 

Page, Mrs. Carrie E. H., Brandon, Vt.: Vermont Quarterly Gazetteer, Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 
10, and 11 — 6 magazines. 
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48 State Histobical society. 

Parmelee, Geo. F., Topeka: Copy of the Derby (England) Mercury, January 10, 
1788. 

Pasteur-Cumberland Filter Company, Dayton, Ohio: One copy Le Pasteur, January, 
1891. 

Popenoe, F. O., Topeka: Santa FS Trail of spring of 1892, No. 4, containing illus- 
trations of Hutchinson; the upper South, its Republican probabilities and possi- 
bilities. 

Riley, Z. F., Topeka: Union County Star, New Berlin, Pa., June 9, 16, 23, 30, Febru- 
ary 24, March 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 1853; January 19, 26, Feb- 
ruary 2, 9, 1854 — 18 numbers. 

Root, Geo. A., North Topeka: Five copies daily Sunflower, Topeka, 1888; 3 copies 
daily Bulletin, New York, 1888; copy of the American Volunteer, Carlisle, Pa., Au- 
gust 12, 1891; the Commonwealth, Denver, Colo., vols. 1 and 2, March and April, 
1889; 3 miscellaneous newspapers; 10 miscellaneous Mexican newspapers. 

Roudebush Bros., Topeka: Copy of Good Writing, vol. 1, No. 1. 

Schulein, S., Kansas City, Mo.: Broadside relating to cause of hard times, depres- 
sion of trades, etc. etc.; addresses delivered, 1878 — 2 broadsides. 

Sheppard, Wm. D., Springfield, Mo.: Copy of The Southwest, St. Louis, vol. 1, No. 3^ 
March 1, 1888, containing historical sketch of Springfield, Mo., and surround- 
ings. 

Standard, New York, The: Copy of the Standard, New York., extras Nos. 1-7, 9, 10, 
1891 — 9 newspapers. 

Times Publishing Company, Kansas City, Mo.: Copy of the Titnes containing bio- 
graphical sketch of Gov. Geo. A. Crawford (who died at Grand Junction, Colo., 
January 26, 1891). 
'Trouslot, R. B., Kansas City, Mo.: The Hoosier Naturalist, Valparaiso, Ind., 1885-'87 
— 19 numbers. 

Votaw, D., Independence, Kas.: Refugees^ Lone Star, Independence, November, 1889, 
and October, 1892. 

Vuilleumier, Jean, Battle Creek, Mich.: Copy of Les Signes des Temps, March 3, 1891 
— 1 newspaper. 

Waugh, Rev. Lorenzo, San Francisco, Cal.: Copies of California newspapers con- 
taining biographical information relative to donor. 

Ward, Capt. W. H., Topeka: Copy of the Statesman Patriot, Milledgeville, Ga., May 
1, 1830; the Standard of Union and Free-Trade Advocate, Sparta, Ga., May 4, 
1833; the Enterprise, Forsyth, Ga., September 12, 1843; the Federal Union, Mil- 
ledgeville, Ga., May 7, 1844; the Southern Democrat, Oglethorpe, Ga., May 20, 
1853; and of the Savannah Republican, Ga., June 29, 1861 — 6 newspapers. 

Webb, Leland J., Topeka: Buffalo Morning Express, September, 1888, extra num- 
ber issued as a souvenir of the International Industrial Fair, September 4-14, 
1888; copy of the Globe, Kansas City, Mo., February 10, 1890; New York Sunday 
World, April 13, 1890, special supplement containing photo.-illustrated interview 
with John J. Ingalls. 

Wilder, D. W., Topeka: Newspaper containing a review by John P. Jones of Joel 
Moody's address on Cabeza de Vaca; copy of the Grand Junction Daily Star, 
containing a biographical sketch of Gov. Geo. A. Crawford (who died at Grand 
Junction, Colo., January 26, 1891). 

Wilson, Rev. E. F., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.: Newspaper entitled Our Forest Children, 
Christmas number, 1888. 

World's Fair Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111.: Broadside entitled No Lack of 
Information. 



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DONOES OF NEWSPAPER FILES. 



The following is a list of newspaper files and volumes of periodicals do- 
nated, other than those received in current issues : 

Adams, Charles Francis, jr., Boston, Mass.: The Nation, New York, 1866-81, except 
1870; file of Patterns American Magazine, Philadelphia, 1876; Knights of Honor 
Reporter, scattering numbers, 1878 to 1888; Lossing's American Historical Record, 
Philadelphia, vols. 1, 2, 3, 1872, '73, '74. 

American College and Education Society, Boston, Mass.: Six volumes of the Quar- 
terly Register, 1830-'42. 

Baker, F. P., Topeka: Bound files Kansas Newspaper Union, Topeka, July, 1890, to 
July, 1892. 

Beers, Dr. Geo. L., Topeka: Files of The Christian Union, New York, 1890, also 17 
extra numbers, 1889; The Independent, New York, vols. 41 and 42, 1889 and 1890. 

Bradlee, Rev. Caleb D., Boston, Mass.: Evening Gazette, Boston, 1891-'92; The Uni- 
tarian, Boston, 1891-'92. 

Colby, Mrs. Clara B., Beatrice, Neb.: File of The National Bulletin, September, 1890, 
to April, 1892. 

Collet, C. D., London, Eng.: Free Press, London, vols. 3-13, 1856-'70, incomplete. 

Elliott, L. R., Manhattan: File of Daily Christian Advocate, Omaha, Neb., May 2-27, 
1892. 

Goodnow, Prof. I. T., Manhattan: Files of the National Tribune, Washington, D. C, 
May 9, 1889, to April 23, 1891; Weekhj Press, Philadelphia, February 20 to De- 
cember 11, 1889; Zion^s Herald, Boston, Mass., January 2 to November, 1884, 
January 15 to December, 1890; Gazette and Courier, Greenfield, Mass., 1879 to 
1890; the Mountain Echo, Keyser, Mineral county, W. Va., March 1, 1889, to 
November 7, 1890; the Weekly Progress, Kansas City, Mo., April 12, 1890, to Jan- 
uary 9, 1891; Colman's Rural World, St. Louis, Mo., 1881-'90. 

Graham, I. D., Manhattan: Bound file of The Industrialist, August 23, 1890, to June 
27, 1891. 

Green, Dr. Saml. A., Boston, Mass.: Files of the Christian Examiner, 1854, 1855, 
Boston, Mass. 

Harrington, Rev. M. O., Topeka: Bibliotheca Sacra, Andover, Mass., and Oberlin, 
Ohio, vol. 34, 1877, to vol. 46, 1889; the Hebrew Student, Chicago, vol. 2, Nos. 1-10, 
1882; the Old Testament Student, Chicago, vol. 3, Nos. 1-3, 1883, Nos. 5-10, 1884, 
vol. 4, Nos. 1-4, 1884, Nos. 5-10, 1885, vol. 5, Nos. 1-4, 1885, Nos. 5-8, 1886. 

Knerr, E. B., Atchison: Midland College Monthly, Atchison, vol. 1, Nos. 1-10, May, 
1890, to April, 1891. 

Perry, Alfred T., librarian, Hartford, Conn.: Hartford Seminary Record, vol. 1, Nos. 
1-6, 1890-'91. 

Queen, Rev. Chas. N., Ft. Scott: File of Amicus Life-Line, Fredonia, vol. 1, Nos. 1-9, 
October to June, 1892. 

Roe, Alfred S., Worcester, Mass.: Files of Light, published at Worcester, vols. 1, 2 
and 3, 1890-'91. 

Wallace, Catharine P., Melbourne, Australia: File of the Alliance Record, Melbourne , 
January 10 to December 30, 1891. 



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State historical Society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



The following is a statement of bound newspaper files and bound volumes 
of periodicals in the library of the Society, November 15, 1892, including 
the volumes which become complete December 31, 1892, numbering 12,633 
volumes; of which 9,054 are of Kansas, and 3,579 are of other States and 
countries, and of Which 2,456 have been added during the two years covered 
by this report. Volumes not otherwise described are of weekly newspa- 
pers. Added to some of the county lists below are volumes which contain 
short-lived newspapers, such as suspended publication after a few issues, and 
which have been bound together in one book, as indicated : 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Years. 


No. 




vols. 


1873-1892 


20 


1879,1880 


1 


1884-1889 


5 


1886-1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1890-1892 


3 


1890-1892 


3 


1873,1874 


1 


1876-1892 


17 


1878-1888 


9 


1882 


1 


1887-1892 


5 


1885-1892 


7 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1876-1892 


17 


1876-1884 


9 


1883,1884 


1 


1884r-1892 


9 


1885-1887 


2 


1886-1892 


6 


1890-1892 


2 


1880,1881 


1 


1881-1892 


11 


1892 


1 


1892 


1 


1882-1892 


11 


1885-1892 


7 


1886-1892 


6 


1888-1892 


5 


1856,1857 


1 


1857-1863 


4 


1865-1868 


7 


1866-1868 


3 


1868-1873 


4 


1876-1892 


31 


1873-1892 


12 


1857,1858 


1 


1859-1861 


3 


1876-1892 


26 


1874-1892 


19 


1876-1879 


4 


1878-1892 


27 


1877 


1 


1878,1879 


1 


1878-1880 


2 


1882,1883 


2 



Allen County. 

lola Register 

Allen County Independent, lola 

Allen County Courant, lola 

Allen County Democrat, lola 

Democrat-Courant, tola 

The Farmers' P'riend, lola 

Allen County Herald, lola 

The Rural Kansan, Humboldt 

Humboldt Union 

Inter-State, Humboldt 

Independent Press, Humboldt 

The Humboldt Herald 

Moran Herald 

Elsmore Eagle 

Savonburg Progress 

Anderson County. 

Garnett Weekly Journal 

Garnett Flaindealer 

Anderson County Republican, Garnett 

Kepublican-Plaindealer, Garnett 

Anderson County Democrat, Garnett 

Garnett Eagle *. 

Kansas Agitator, Garnett 

The Greeley Tribune 

The Greeley News 

Greeley Graphic 

The Light, Greeley 

The Colony Free Press 

Westphalia Times 

Kincaid Kronicle, (April, 1888, to September, 1889, lacking,) 

The Kincaid Dispatch 

Atchison County. 

Squatter Sovereign, Atchison 

Freedom's Champion, Atchison, (1861 lacking,) 

Atchison Daily Free Press 

Atchison Weekly Free Press, ( four files each of 1866 and 1867,).. 

•Champion and Press (weekly), Atchison 

Atchison Daily Champion 

Atchison Weekly Champion, (lacking from 1878-1885,) 

Xansas Zeitung, Atchison, (duplicates of vol. 1,) 

Atchison Union, (broken files,) 

American Journal of Education. (See Missouri — St. Louis.) 
Atchison Patriot (daily), (from July 1876, to July, 1879, lacking,) 

Atchison Patriot (weekly) 

Atchison Courier 

Atchison Globe (daily) 

Atchisonian, Atchison 

Atchison Banner 

The New West, Atchison 

The Sunday Morning Call, Atchison 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL BEPOBT. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Atchison County — Concluded. 

Atchison Telegraph 

Kant-as Staats-Anzeiger, Atchison 

Atchison Journal (daily) 

Western Mercury, Atchison 

Atchison Sunday Morning Sermon ; 

The Western Recorder, Atchison 

The Trades-Union, Atchison 

The Atchison Times 

Messachorean (monthly), Atchison 

Midland College Monthly, Atchison 

The Midland (monthly), Atchison 

Atchison Baptist (monthly) 

The College Review (monthly), Atchison 

The Kansas Churchman (monthly), Atchison 

The New Kansas Magazine (monthly), Atchison 

The Prairie Press, Lancaster 

Muscotah Record, (missing from August, 1886, to January, 1887,) 

The Effingham Enterprise 

The Effingham Times 

The Graphic, Effingham 

Huron Graphic 

The Huron Herald 

Atchison county short lived, vol. 1 : 
The Public Ledger, Atchison, Aug. to Oct., 1880; Sunday Morning Facts, Atchison, 
Sept. 2, 1883, to Feb. 3, 1884; Der Humorist, Atchison, Feb. 2, 1884; Atchison Sun- 
day Morning Sermon, June and July, 1884 ; Atchison Advance, Nov., 1884, to Jan., 
1885; Daily Atchison Bee, March and April, 1889; Muscotah News, June 6, 1880; 
The Huron Headlight, March 13, 1884; The Huron Messenger, July 2, 1884 



Barber County. 

Barber County Mail, Medicine Lodge 

Medicine Lodge Cresset 

Barber County Index, Medicine Lodge 

Medicine Lodge Chief 

Barber County Herald, Medicine Lodge 

Hazelton Express 

The Herald, New Kiowa and Medicine Lodge. 

The Kiowa Journal 

The Alliance Review, Kiowa 

Sharon News 

The Union, Sun City 

The .^'^tna Clarion 

Kansas Prairie Dog, Lake City 

The Lake City Bee 



Barton County. 

Great Bend Register 

Inland Tribune, Great Bend 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Great Bend 

Kansas Volks Freund, Great Bend , 

Barton County Times, Great Bend 

Barton County Democrat, Great Bend 

Daily Graphic, Great Bend 

Evening News (daily), Great Bend 

Barton County Beacon, Great Bend 

The Ellin wood Express 

The Ellin wood Advocate 

Pawnee Rock Leader 

Fun, Pawnee Rock 

The Alliance Globe, Pawnee Rock 

The Echo, Hoisington 

Hoisington Dispatch 

The Hoisington Blade 

Claflin Gazette 

Barton County Banner, Claflin 

Barton county short lived, vol. 1: 

The Barton County Times, Great Bend, July 26 to September 27, 1883 ; The Crank, 
Pawnee Rock, March 7 to 28, 1888; Fun, Pawnee Rock, February 2 to March 30, 
1891 ; The Hoisington Mascot, August 17 to October 18, 1888 

Bourbon County. 

Fort Scott Daily Monitor 

Fort Scott Weekly Monitor, (1870-1876 lacking,) 

Fort Scott Pioneer 

Camp's Emigrants' Guide, Fort Scott 

New Century, Fort Scott „ 



1882 
1881-1885 
1881,1882 
1884-1886 

1884 

1884 
1885,1886 
1888-1891 

1888 
1891,1892 

1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 

1892 
1888-1890 
1885-1892 

1886 
1887-1891 
1891,1892 
1890,1891 
1891,1892 



1878,1879 


1 


1879-1892 


14 


1881-1892 


11 


1886-1888 


1 


1890,1891 


1 


1884-1892 


9 


1884-1891 


6 


1886-1892 


6 


1891,1892 


2 


1884-1886 


2 


1884-1888 


4 


1885-1887 


2 


1885-1888 


3 


1888,1889 


1 


1876-1892 


17 


1876-1892 


17 


1877-1882 


6 


1878,1879 


1 


1883 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1887,1888 


2 


1890-1892 


4 


1890-1892 


2 


1878-1888 


10 


1886-1892 


7 


1891 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1887-1889 


1 


1889-1892 


4 


1892 


1 


1888 


1 


1890-1892 


2 



1880-1892 
1867-1891 
1876-1878 
1877 
1877,1878 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS -Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 


Years, 


No. 

vols. 


Bourbon Cov^ty — Concluded. 

Fort Scott Herald 


1878-1882 
1879-1882 
1882-1884 
1882-1885 
1881-1884 
1882-1884 
1884-1892 
1884-1892 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1888,1889 

1889 
1889,1890 

1890 
1890-1892 
1890,1891 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1884-1892 
1884-1892 
1890-1892 
1885-1888 
1886,1887 

1889 
1889-1892 
1890,1891 


5 




4 


Herald and Record, Fort Scott 


9. 


Evening Herald (daily), Fort Scott 


6 


Medical Index (monthly), Fort Scott 


4 


The Banner, Fort Scott 


2 


Fort Scott Daily Tribune 


16 


Fort Scott Weekly Tribune 


8 


Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Fort Scott 


?, 


The Fort Scott Union 


1 


The Fort Scott Evening Globe (daily) 


1 


The Sunday Call, Fort Scott 


1 


Fort Scott Weekly News 


1 


Fort Scott Herold, (see Pittsburg, Crawford county,) 

The Spectator, Fort Scott 


1 
3 


Fort Scott Industrial Union 


1 


The Normal Journal (monthly). Fort Scott 


1 


The Lantern, Fort Scott 


1 


The Southern Argus, Fort Scott 


1 




8 




8 


The Fulton Rustler (monthly) 


*? 


The Telephone, Uniontown 


3 


The (^arland Gleaner 


2 


The Telephone, Mapleton 


1 




3 




1 


Bourbon county short lived, vol. 1: 

Fort Scott Weekly News, November, 1889, to March, 1890; Broom-Corn Reporter 
(monthly). Fort Scott, September, 1886, to September, 1887 ; Fort Scott Herald 
(German), April to May, 1890 


1 


Brown County. 
Hiawatha Dispatch 


1876-1882 
1882-1892 
1876-1883 

1878 
1879,1880 
1882-1884 
1884-1892 
1887,1888 
1889-1892 
1891,1892 
1885,1886 
1888-1892 
1886-1892 
1887-1889 
1888,1889 

1889 
1889,1890 
1889-1892 
1889,1890 
1888-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 


6 


The Hiawatha World 


11 




8 


The North Kausan, Hiawatha 


1 


The Kansas Sun, Hiawatha 


2 


Weekly Messenger, Hiawatha 


2 




8 




1 


The Hiawatha Journal 


4 


The Delta of Sigma Nu (bi-mo.), Hiawatha 


? 


Everest Reflector 


2 


The Everest Enterprise 


4 


Horton Headlight 


6 


Horton Daily Headlight 


3 


The Horton Railway Register 


1 


Horton Daily Railway Register 


1 


Horton Telegram 


1 


Horton Commercial 


4 




1 




5 


Morrill News 


3 


The Robinson Reporter 


1 


Brown county short lived, vol. 1 : 
The North Kansan, Hiawatha, Sept. 7 to Nov. 30, 1878; TheMorrillJournal, July 5, 
to Oct. 18, 1882; Brown County Herald, Morrill, July 9 to Aug. 20, 1886; Horton 
Gazette, Jan. 5 to May 11, 1889; Brown County Star, Horton, Jan. 1 to April 23, 
1889 f , 


1 


Butler County. 

Augusta Republican, (1875-1880 lacking,) 


1873-1883 
1876-1886 
1883,1884 
1884-1886 
1888-1892 
1889,1890 
1890-1892 
1874-1892 
1887-1892 
1877-1883 
1885-1888 
1888-1892 
1881-1891 
1888,1889 
1882 


4 


Southern Kansan Gazette, Augusta 


11 




1 


Augusta Electric Light 





Augusta Weekly Journal 


5 


The Augusta News 


1 


The Industrial Advocate, Augusta 


2 


Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado 


19 


Daily Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado 


11 


El Dorado Press 


7 


El Dorado Dally Republican 


6 


El Dorado Republican 


9 


Butler County Democrat, El Dorado, (lacking from Oct. 1888 to Nov. 1889,)..".."..'.".'.'..'."."." 


9 


Butler Countv Jeffersonian, El Dorado, ( see Democrat,) 


1 


The El Dorado Eagle 


1 



Eighth biennial Report. 



53 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



BuTJ.ER County — Concluded. 

Kausas Workman, Emporia and El Dorado 

The Daily Eli, El Dorado 

Tlie New Enterprise, Douglass 

Douglass Index 

The Douglass Tribune 

Leon Indicator, (missing from February to September, 1887,). 

The Leon Quill 

The Benton Reporter 

TheTowanda Herald 

The BrainerdSun 

The Brainerd Ensign 

Latham Journal 

Latham Signal 

The Latham Times 

The Beaumont Business 

Potwin Messenger 

White Water Tribune 



Chase County. 
Chase County Courant, Cottonwood Falls. 
Chase County Leader, Cottonwood Falls... 

The Reveille, Cottonwood Falls 

Strong City Independent 

Chase County Republican, Strong City 

Strong City Derrick 



Chautauqua County. 

Chautauqua Journal, Sedan 

The Chautauqua County Times, Sedan., 

Sedan Times 

Sedan Times-Journal 

The Border Slogan, Sedan 

The Graphic, Sedan 

Sedan Republican 

Chautauqua News, Peru 

The Peru Times 

The Weekly Call, Peru 

The Peru Eagle 

The Freemen's Lance, Peru 

The Chautauqua Springs Spy 

Chautauqua Springs Mail 

The Chautauqua Springs Express 

The Cedar Vale Star 

Cedar Vale Commercial 



Cherokee County. 

Republican-Courier, Columbus 

The Columbus Courier , 

The Columbus Star-Courier 

Columbus Democrat 

Border Star, Columbus 

The Columbus Vidette 

The Times, Columbus 

Kansas Bee- Keeper, Columbus 

Lea's Columbus Advocate 

The Columbus Advocate , 

The Daily Advocate, Columbus , 

The Daily News and the Weekly News, Columbus. 

The Expository, Girard and Columbus 

The Spria; of Myrtle (monthly), Columbus 

The Kansas Prohibitionist, Columbus 

Modern Light, Columbus , 

Baxter Springs Republican 

The Times, Baxter Springs 

Baxter Springs News 

Baxter Springs Delta 

The Southern Argus, Baxter Springs 

Galena Miner 

Galena Miner (second) 

Short Creek Weekly Banner, Galena 

The Galena Messenger 

Short Creek Republican, Galena 

The Galena Times 

Cherokee County Teacher (monthly"). Galena 

Empire City Echo 

The Ionian Casket (monthly), Quakervale 



Years. 



1888-1891 


3 


1890,1891 


1 


1879,1880 


2 


1880-1883 


3 


1884-1892 


9 


1880-1892 


11 


1886,1887 


1 


1884,1885 


1 


1885-1^92 


8 


1885,1886 


1 


1^87-1889 


2 


1885,1886 


1 


1H87-1890 


3 


1^90-1892 


3 


1886-1888 


2 


1888,1889 


2 


1889-1892 


4 


1874-1892 


18 


1875-1892 


18 


1890-1892 


2 


1881-1887 


6 


1887-1C92 


4 


1892 


1 


1875-1884 


9 


1878-1881 


3 


1882-1884 


3 


1885-1892 


8 


18-53,1884 


1 


]h84-1890 


6 


1890-1892 


2 


1877-1881 


5 


1886,1887 


1 


1888,1889 


2 


1890,1891 




1891 




1882,1883 




1887 




1838,1889 




1884-1892 




1889-1892 


3 


1876-1878 


3 


1879-1888 


9 


1889-1892 


4 


1876 


1 


1877-1886 


9 


1877,1878 


1 


1882-1886 


5 


1881-1885 


3 


1882-1888 


6 


1889-1892 


4 


1^86,1887 


2 


1882,1883 


1 


1883,1884 


1 


1883-1885 


2 


1886 


1 


1891,1892 


2 


1876,1877 


1 


1878-1881 


3 


1832-1892 


11 


1887 


1 


1891 


J 


1877-1880 


4 


1888,1889 




1878 


1 


1879 


1 


1883-1892 


10 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1877-1879 


3 


1878,1879 


1 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Cherokee County — Concluded. 

Western Friend (monthly), Quakervale 

The Laborer's Tribune, Weir 

Weir City Tribune 

The Weir Joitrnal 

The Scammon Register 

The Globe-Miner, Scammon 

Cherokee county short lived, vol. 1 : The Young Cherokee, June 10 to Aug, 12, 1876; 
The Daily Courier, Cherokee, Nov. 28 to Dec. 6, 1882; The Gospel Mirror, Colum- 
bus, Sept. 18 to Oct. 2, 1880; The Refugees' Star of Hope, Columbus, Jan. to Nov., 
1882; Baptist Banner (semi-monthly), Columbus, April, May, 1887; The Christian 
Polemic (monthly), Galena, Feb. to Apr., 1879; The Baxter Springs Mirror, Nov. 
27, 1880, to May 24, 1881 ; The Daily News, Baxter Springs, Oct. 7 to Oct. 11, 1884.... 

Cheyenne County. 

Cheyenne County Rustler, Wano, St. Francis 

Plaindealer,Wano 

Bird City News 

Cheyenne County Democrat, Bird City 

The Gleaner, Jaqua 

Weekly Review, St. Francis 

Cheyenne County Herald, St. Francis 

People's Defender, St. Francis. 



Clark County. 

Clark County Clipper, Ashland 

Republican Herald, Ashland 

Ashland Journal 

Clark C6unty Chief, Englewood 

The Englewood Chief, (suspended June 19, 1889, to August 19, 1891,). 

Englewood Enterprise 

Appleton Kansas Era 

The Lexington Leader 

The Minneola Era 

Clark County Republican, Minneola 

Cash City Cashier 



Clay County. 
Clay County Dispatch, Clay Center. 



The Localist, Clay Center.. 

The Democrat, Clay Center 

The Cresset, Clay Center 

The Times, Clay Center 

The Times (daily), Clay Center 

The Kansas Baptist, Clay Center 

The Monitor, Clay Center 

Clay Centre Eagle 

Republican Valley Democrat, Clay Center 

The Clay Center Democrat 

The Holiness War News (monthly). Clay Center. 

The Weekly Sun, Clay Center 

The Pentecost Trumpet, Clay Center 

Morganville News and Sunflower 

The Clay County Sentinel, Morganville 

Uncle Sam's Live-Stock Journal, Morganville 

The Advance, Morganville 

The Idana Journal 

Wakefield Advertiser 

The Herald, Industry 

Oak Hill Herald 

Oak Hill Echo 

The Times, Clifton 



Cloud County. 
Republican Valley Empire, Clyde and Concordia.. 

Concordia Empire 

The Republican-Empire, Concordia 

Concordia Empire 

The Concordia Republican 

The Concordia Expositor 

The Cloud County Blade, Concordia 

Kansas Blade, Concordia 

Concordia Daily Blade 

Cloud County Critic, Concordia 

The Concordia Times 

Concordia Democrat, and Daylight 

The Concordia Weekly Daylight 



Years. 



1880-1890 


8 


1884-1888 


{> 


1889-1892 


4 


1889-1892 


4 


1891 


1 


1892 


1 



1885-1892 
1886-1888 
1886-1892 
1886-1890 
1887,1888 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 
1892 



1884-1892 
1886,1887 
1887-1892 
1885-1887 
1888-1892 
1887-1889 
1885-1887 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1888 
1887,1888 



1876-1892 
1879-1881 
1879,1880 
1882,1883 
1882-1892 
1886-1888 
1881-1884 
1883,1884 
1885,1886 
1886-1889 
1890,1891 
1890,1891 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1885-1887 
1887-1891 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1886,1887 
1887-1892 
1887,1888 
1888,1889 
1889 
1892 



1870-1872 
1876-1882 
1883-1886 
1887-1892 
188 ',1883 
1877-1881 
1879-1881 
1882-1892 
1884-1888 
1882-1888 
1884-1891 



-1692 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Cloud Covjuty— Concluded. 

The Alliant, Concordia , 

Clyde Democrat 

The Clyde Herald 

Cline's Press, Clyde 

The Clyde Mail 

The Clyde Argus 

The Farmers' Voice, Clyde 

Glasco Tribune 

The Glasco Sun 

Cloud County Kansan, Jamestown. 

The Quill, .Jamestown 

Jamestown New Era 

The Miltonvale News 

Mil ton vale Star , 

Miltonvale Chieftain , 

Ames Advocate 

The Ames Bureau 

The Weekly Courier, Ames 



Coffey County. 
Neosho Valley Register, Burlington. 



Kansas Patriot, Burlington, (duplicate of 1867,). 

Burlington Patriot 

Burlington Republican 

The Republican-Patriot, Burlington 

Burlington Daily Republican-Patriot 

The Burlington Independent 

Burlington Daily Star 

The Burlington Nonpareil 

The Farm Record, Burlington 

The Courier, Burlington 

Leroy Reporter 

The Leroy Eagle 

The Lebo Light 

The Lebo Courier 

The Lebo Enterprise 

The Waverly News 

The Gazette, Waverlv 

The Gridley Gazette'. 

The Standard, Gridley 



Comanche County. 
Comanche Chieftain, Nescatunga...., 
The Western Kansan, Nescatunga.., 

Nescatunga Enterprise 

Cold water Review 

Coldwater Enterprise 

The Western Star, Coldwater 

Republican, Coldwater..... 

Coldwater Echo 

The People's Advocate, Coldwater ... 
Comanche County Citizen, Avilla.... 

The Avilla Democrat , 

Protection Echo 

The Protection Press, 

Kansas Weekly Ledger, Protection., 

The Leader, Protection 

The Protection Press (second) 

Evans vi lie Herald 

Comanche City News 



Cowley County. 

Winfield Courier 

Winfield Daily Courier 

Winfield Plow and Anvil 

Cowley County Telegram. Winfield 

Winfield Daily Telegramj ( 1883-1886 lacking,) 

Winfield Semi-Weekly 

Cowley County Monitor, Winfield 

Cowley County Courant, Winfield 

Winfield Daily Courant 

The Daily Visitor, Winfield 

The Winfield Tribune 

The Winfield Visitor 

The American Nonconformist, Winfield 

Southwestern Kansas Conference Daily, Winfield. 



1890-1892 
1880-1882 
1878-1892 

1884 
1884-1887 
1888-1892 
1891,1892 
1881,1882 
1883-1892 
1881-1890 
1888-1890 
1890-1892 
1882-1891 

1886 

1888 
1885,1886 

1887 



1859,1860 
1864-1868 
1876-1886 
1882-1886 
1886-1892 

1887 
1876-1892 

1878 
1887-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1879-1892 

1888 
1884-1888 
1889-1891 
1891,1892 
'83,'8o-'89 
1889-1892 
1887,1888 



1884-1886 
1885-1887 
1886-1888 
1884-1891 
1889-1892 
1885-1892 
1885,1886 
1887-1892 
1890,1891 
1885,1886 
1886,1887 
1885-1887 
1886,1887 
1887 
1888 
1891 
1885-1887 
1886-1888 



1873-1892 
1885-1890 

1876 
1876-1890 
1879-1888 
1879,1880 

1880 
1881,1882 
1881,1882 
1886-1889 
1884-1892 
1887-1889 
1887-1891 

1887 



56 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Cowley County — Concluded, 

Industrial Free Press, Winfield 

Wintield Newspaper Union 

Western Reveille (monthly), Winfield 

The Monthly Herald (Baptist), Winfield 

Arkansas City Traveler and Republican-Traveler 

Arkansas Valley Democrat, Arkansas City 

The Arkansas City Republican 

The Arkansas City Republican (daily).... 

Republican-Traveler (daily), Arkansas City 

Arkansas City Traveler fdaily) 

Canal City Daily Dispatch, Arkansas City 

Evening Dispatch, Arkansas City 

Canal City Dispatch (weekly), Arkansas City 

The Fair Play, Arkansas City 

The Bugle (all, Arkansas City, Howard 

People's Leader, Arkansas City.. 

The New Enterprise, Burden 

Burden Enterprise-Siftings 

Burden Eagle 

The Spirit of the West. Burden 

Cambridge Commercial 

The News, Cambridge 

The Cambridge News 

The Eye, Dexter 

Dexter Free Press 

The Udall Sentinel 

The Udall Record 

Atlanta Cricket 

Crawford County. 

Girard Press 

Crawford County News, Girard 

Girard Herald ■ 

The Western Herald, Girard 

The Kansas Workman ( monthly), Girard 

Cherokee Index 

The Young Cherokee, Cherokee 

Cherokee Banner 

The Temperance Rural, Cherokee, (one duplicate,) 

Sentinel on the Border, Cherokee 

The Cherokee Sentinel 

The Saturday Cyclone, Cherokee 

The Smelter, Pittsburg 

The Headlight, Pittsburg 

The Daily Headlight, Pittsburg. , 

Pittsburg Democrat. ... 

The Pittsburg Kansan 

The Pittsburg Star ., 

The Weekly World, Pittsburg 

The World (daily), Pittsburg.,.. 

Pittsburg Ilerold 

Sunday Morning Mail, Pittsburg 

Walnut Comet 

TheMcCune Standard 

. The vicCune Times 

The Brick, McCune and Pittsburg 

Crawford County Democrat, McCune 

Walnut Journal 

The Educational Advocate, Walnut 

The Arcadia Reporter 

The Christian Worker, Arcadia 

Arcadia Democrat 

Arcadia News 

The Het>ler Leader 

The Hepler Banner 

The Farlington Plaindealer 

Farlington Gem 

Mulberry Grove Gazette 

Davis County, ( See Geary.) 
Junction City Union, (triplicates of '75, '76, '77, '78, and duplicates of '79-'86,) 

The Junction City Daily Union 

Junction City Tribune 

The Youths' Casket (monthly). Junction City 

Davis County Republican, Junction City 

The Junction City Methodist 



Years. 



1890-1892 


3 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1876-1892 


17 


1879-1892 


13 


1881-1886 


3 


1886,1887 


2 


1887 


1 


1S88-1892 


10 


1887-1889 


4 


1889-1892 


7 


1887-1892 


6 


1888-1892 


5 


1888 


1 


1891 


1 


1880,1881 


2 


1882-1891 


9 


1885-1889 


5 


1891,1892 


1 


1881 




1882-1886 


3 


1888-1890 


3 


1884-1888 


4 


1888-1890 


2 


1885,1886 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1838,1889 


1 


1874-1892 


19 


1876-1880 


4 


1880-1890 


11 


1890-1892 


2 


] 882-1884 


2 


1876,1877 


2 


1876,1877 


1 


1877,1878 


1 


1«78,1879 


1 


1879-1882 


4 


1883-1892 


9 


1885-1887 


3 


1881-1891 


11 


1886-1892 


7 


1887 


1 


1888, 1F89 


1 


1889,1892 


4 


1891,1892 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1890,1891 


1 


1892 


1 


1892 


1 


1881,1882 


1 


1882-1891 


9 


1886,1887 


2 


1*- 89 -1892 


3 


1882-1892 


10 


1884 


1 


1882-1888 


5 


1888 


1 


1888-1890 


2 


1890-1892 


2 


1^89,1890 


2 


1887-1889 


3 


1885,1886 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1886 


1 


1865-1888 


25 


1887 


1 


1873-1888 


16 


1878 


1 


1882-1888 


6 


1886,1887 


1 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



57 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Decatur County. 

The Oberlin Herald 

The Eye, Oberlin 

The Oberlia World and Democrat 

Oberlin Opinion 

Alliance Times, Oberlin 

The Rathbone Family Historian (monthly), Oberlin. 

The Norcatur Register 

The Allison Breeze and Times 

Jennings Echo 

Jennings Times 

The Alliance Times, Jennings 

The Star, Dresden 



Dickinson County. 

Dickinson County Chronicle, Abilene 

Kansas Gazette, Enterprise and Abilene 

Abilene Daily Gazette 

The Weekly Democrat, Abilene 

The Abilene Reflector 

The Abilene Daily Reflector 

The Dickinson County News, Abilene 

The Alliance Monitor, Abilene 

The Solomon Sentinel, Solomon City 

Enterprise Register 

Kansas Miller and Manufacturer, Enterprise., 

Enterprise Independent 

The Ami-Monopolist, Enterprise 

The Integral Cooperator, Enterprise 

The Enterprise Journal 

The Chapman Star 

The Chapman Courier 

The Chapman Howitzer 

The Herington Tribune 

Herington Headlight 

Herington Vindicator 

The Herington Times 

The Herington Signal 

The Hope Herald 

The Hope Dispatch... 

Carlton Advocate 

The Banner Register, Banner City 

The Manchester Sun 



Doniphan County. 

White Cloud Chief, (7 duplicates,) 

Weekly Kansas Chief, Troy, (1 duplicate,) 

White Cloud Review 

White Cloud Review (second) 

The White Cloud News (bi-weekly) 

Troy Reporter 

Doniphan County Republican, Troy, (1873 lacking,) 

Troy Weekly Bulletin 

The Troy Times 

Elwood Advertiser, (1 duplicate,) 

Kansas Free Press, Elwood, (1 duplicate,) 

Elwood Free Press, (1 duplicate,) 

Wathena Reporter, (1868-1873 lacking,) 

Wathena Gazette 

Highland Sentinel 

The Central State, Highland 

Highland University Nuncio (bi-weekly) 

The Vidette, Highland 

Enterprise, Severance, (and Centralia, Nemaha county,). 
Severance News 



Douglas County. 

Herald of Freedom, Lawrence, (7 duplicates,) 

Kansas Free-Stale, Lawrence 

Lawrence Republican, (volumes 1 and 3, incomplete,) 

The Western Home Journal, Lawrence 

The Weekly Kansas Journal, Lawrence, (1890, see Journal-Tribune,) 

The Lawrence Weekly Journal-Tribune 

Lawrence Journal-Tribune (daily) 

Republican-Journal (daily), Lawrence 

Lawrence Daily Journal, (1890, see Journal-Tribune,) 

The Congregational Record, monthly, (Lawrence, January, 1859, to December, 1864 
Topeka, June, 1865, to May, 1867.) 



1879-1892 
1888-1892 
1885,1886 
1886-1892 
1890-1892 

1892 
1886-1892 
1887,1888 
1888-1892 
1888,1889 

.890 
1890-1892 



1876-1892 
1876-1889 
1886-1888 
1880-1882 
188:^-1892 
1887-1892 
1888-1892 
1890-1892 
1879-1892 
1883,1884 
1888-1892 
1888-1890 
1H84-1888 
1891,1892 
1890-1892 
1884-18S6 
1887-1891 
1891,1892 
1885-1890 
1888,1889 
1890 
1889-1892 
1891,1892 
1885-1892 
1 886-1 S92 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 
1887-1892 



1857-1872 
1872-1892 
1880-1887 
1888,1889 
1891,1892 
1866,1867 
1871-1875 
1877-1879 
1886-1892 
1857,1858 
1858,1859 
1859-1861 
1867-1877 
1889-1890 
1878,1879 
1880-1882 
1890-1892 
1892 
1883 
1889-1892 



1854-1859 
1855, 1856 
1857-1860 
1869-1884 
1886-1892 
1890 
1890 
1877-1880 
1880-1892 

1859-1867 



58 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPKKS. 



Douglas CovT<iTY— Concluded. 

The Tribune, Lawrence, (lacking 1873 and 1875,) 

The Semi-Weekly Tribune, and the Weekly Herald-Tribune, Lawrence 

The Lawrence Tribune 

The Tribune, daily, (1875, 1878, 1879, and part of 1877 lacking; duplicates,) Lawrence, 

Herald-Tribune (daily), Lawrence 

Evening Tribune, Lawrence 

Spirit of Kansas, Lawrence 

Kansas Collegiate, Lawrence 

The University Courier, Lawrence 

University Courier, Lawrence 

The Kansas Review (monthly), Lawrence 

Lawrence Standard 

Kansas Monthly, Lawrence 

The Daily Reporter, Lawrence 

Kansas Temperance Palladium, Lawrence , 

Die Germania, Lawrence 

The Kansas Liberal (monthly), Lawrence, July to September, 1882, (see Valley Falls.) 

The Lawrence Gazette 

Lawrence Daily Gazette 

Western Recorder, Lawrence 

Kansas Churchman (monthly), Lawrence 

Kansas Daily Herald, Lawrence 

The Head Center and Daily Morning Sun, Lawrence 

College Review and Progressive Educator, Lawrence 

Evening Telegram, Lawrence 

University Times, Lawrence 

University Kansan, Lawrence 

The Daily Record, Lawrence 

The Weekly Record, Lawrence 

The Select Friend (monthly), Lawrence 

The Jeffersonian, Lawrence 

Smith's Small Fruit Farmer (quarterly), Lawrence 

Seminary Notes (monthly), Lawrence 

Lawrence Weekly Press 

The World (daily and weekly), Lawrence 

The Daily Morning News, Lawrence 

Once a Week, Lawrence 

The Kansas Zephyr, Lawrence 

Sigma Nu Delta (bi-monthly), Lawrence , 

Evening Telegram, Lawrence ; 

Lawrence Daily Democrat 

University Times, Lawrence 

The Weekly Record, Lawrence 

University Kansan, Lawrence 

The Daily Record, Lawrence 

North Lawrence Leader 

Freeman's Champion, Prairie City 

Baldwin Criterion 

The Baldwin Visitor 

The Baldwin Ledger 

The Baldwin Index, Baker University, (1887 lacking,) 

The Baker Beacon, Baldwin 

Lecompton Monitor 

The Lecompton Ledger 

College Echoes, Lecompton 

The Lecompton Sun 

The Eudora News 

Edwards County. 

Edwards County Leader, Kinsley 

Valley Republican, (bound with Kinsley Graphic, 1878,) 

Kinsley Republican 

The Kinsley Graphic, (except 1882,) 

Kinsley Republican-Graphic..... 

Edwards County Banner, Kinsley 

Weekly Banner-Graphic, Kinsley 

Weekly Graphic, Kinsley 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Kinsley 

The Kinsley Mercury 

Kinsley Daily Mercury 

The Wendell Champion 

Belpre Beacon 

Elk County. 

The Courant, Howard 

The Courant-Ledger, Howard ; 



1868-1883 
1884, 1885 
1885-1888 
1873-1884 
1884, 1885 
1886-1888 
1875-1882 
1875-1879 
1878,1879 
1882-1892 
1879-1892 
1877-1879 
1878-1881 
1879 
1879,1880 
1880-18^2 

1882-1892 
1884,1885 
1883,1884 
1883-18>*5 
1883,1884 

1883 
1885-1889 

1888 
1888,1889 
1889,1890 
1889-1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 

1891 

1892 
1883,1884 
1883-1885 
1884-1887 
1886-1889 



1889,1890 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 
1884,1885 
1857,1858 
1883-1885 

1884 
1885-1892 
1881-1892 
1889-1892 
1885,1886 

1890 
1888-1891 
1891,1892 
1887-1892 



1877-1880 

1877,1878 

1878-1881 

1878-1887 

1882 

1887 

1887-1889 

1890-1892 

1878,1879 

1883-1892 

1887,1888 

1885-1888 

1888 



1875-1877 
1878-1880 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL UEPOBT. 



m 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Elk Qovsty — Concluded. 

The Howard Courant 

Industrial Journal, Howard 

Kansas Rural, Howard 

The Howard Journal 

The Howard Democrat 

Elk County Citizen, Howard.... 

Kansas Traveler, Howard 

Howard Daily Traveler 

The Broad Axe, Howard 

Grip, Howard 

Our Church Mirror, Howard, (see Harvey county— Halstead.) 

Elk County Ledger, Elk Falls 

The Weekly Examiner.Elk Falls 

Elk Falls Signal 

The Pioneer, Longton 

The Times, Longton 

Longton Leader 

Longton Signal 

Moline News 

Moline Mercury, (1883 and 1884 lacking,) 

The Moline Free Press 

The Moline Republican 

The Grenola Argus 

The Grenola Chief, ^see Crisis, 1891,) 

The Weekly Crisis, Grenola 

The Grenola Hornet 

The Cave Springs Globe 

The Herald, Cana Valley 

Ellis County. 
Ellis County Star, (lacking from December 7, 1876, to April 11, 1879,) Hays City, 

Hays Sentinel, Hays City 

The Star-Sentinel, and Hays City Sentinel 

German-American Advocate, Hays City 

Ellis County Democrat and Advocate, Hays City 

Ellis Weekly Headlight, Hays City 

The Ellis Review-Headlight 

Hays City Times, Hays City .j, 

Ellis County Democrat and Ellis County Free Press, Hays City 

Ellis County Free Press, Hays City 

Ellis Review, Hays City 

Democratic Times, Hays City 

The Republican, Hays City 

Walker Journal. 

Ellsworth County. 

Ellsworth Reporter 

The Rural West, Ellsworth 

The Ellsworth News 

The Ellsworth Democrat 

The Weekly Herald, Ellsworth 

The Ellsworth Republican 

Ellsworth Messenger 

Wilson Index 

The Wilson Echo 

The Wilson Wonder 

The Wilson Hawkeye 

Cain City News 

The Kanopolis Journal 

Kanopolis Kansan 

The Holyrood Enterprise 

The Sentinel, Holyrood 

Finney County. 

The Irrigator, Garden City 

Garden City Herald, (1884-'87 lacking) 

Garden City Herald (daily) 

Garden City Sentinel 

Garden City Sentinel (daily) 

The Cultivator and Herdsman (monthly and weekly). Garden City 

The Western Times, Garden City 

Finney County Democrat, Garden City 

The Garden Citv Imprint 

The Lookout, Garden City 

Pierceville Courier 

Terry Enterprise 



1880-1892 

1878-1880 

1881 

1880-1883 

1884-1891 

1891,1892 

1886,1887 

1887 

1888 

1883,1884 

1876,1877 

1878 
1880-1882 
1880,1881 
1881-1892 

1887 
1890-1892 

1880 
1882-1889 
1883-1885 
1889-1892 
1880-1882 
1883-1892 
1890,1891 
1884,1885 

1882 
1882,1883 



1876-1881 
1877-1881 
1880-1892 
1882-1886 
1884,1885 
1882-1890 
1890-1892 
1886 
1886-1890 
1888-1892 
1886-1890 
1888-1891 
1888-1892 
1887,1888 



1875-1892 
1882 
1883,1884 
1885-1891 
1888-1890 
1890 
1891,1892 
1878,1879 
1880-1892 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1882-1886 
1886-1890 
1890-1892 
1887-1890 
1891,1892 



1883- 
1886- 
1884- 
1886- 
1884- 

1887- 
1889- 
1891, 



1890 
1892 
1888 
1886 
1885 
1B91 
1892 
1892 
1887 
1887 



60 



STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



Finney Covsty— Concluded. 

The Terry Eye 

Locomotive, Loco 

The Hatfield News 

FooTE County. (See Gray county.) 

The New West and the Optic, Cimarron 

The Signet, Cimarron 

Ford County. 

Dodge City Times 

Dodge City Times-Ensign (and Bellefont) 

Ford County Globe, Dodge City 

The Globe Live-Stock Journal, Dodge City 

Dodge City Democrat, (May to December, 1889, lacking,) 

Kansas Cowboy, Dodge City 

The Sun, Dodge City 

Ford County Republican, Dooge City 

Our Methodist (monthly), Dodge City 

The Globe-Republican, Dodge City 

Speareville Enterprise 

Speareville News 

Speareville Blade 

Ford County Record, Speareville 

Ford County Democrat, Speareville and Fonda 

The Ryansville Boomer, and The Boomer, Ford City 

Ford Gazette 

Wilburn Argus 

Bucklin Standard 

The Bucklin Herald 

The Bucklin Journal 

Bucklin Weekly Bulletin 

The Weekly Telegram, Bloom 

Western Kansas Ensign, Bellefont 

Franklin County. 

Western Home Journal, Ottawa 1! 

Ottawa Journal 

The Triumph, Ottawa 

Ottawa Journal and Triumph 

Ottawa Campus (occasional), (vols. 1 and 2) 

Ottawa Republican, (1875 lacking,) 

Ottawa Daily Republican 

Kansas Home News, Ottawa 

Ottawa Gazette 

Ottawa Leader 

Kansas Free Trader (monthly), Ottawa 

Queen City Herald, Ottawa 

Jelleries Western Monthly, Ottawa 

Daily Local News, Ottawa 

Fireside, Factory and Farm, Ottawa 

The Kansas Lever, Ottawa 

The Bee (daily and weekly), Ottawa 

Ottawa Tribune 

Ottawa Daily Tribune 

The Ottawa Herald 

Ottawa Chautauqua Assembly Herald 

The Ottawa Baptist (monthly) 

Williamsburg Review 

Weekly Gazette, Williamsburg 

The Eagle, Williamsburg 

The Enterprise, Williamsburg 

Lane Advance 

The Lane Star 

The Lane Leader , 

The Commercial Bulletin, Lane 

TheWellsville News 

The Wellsville Transcript 

TheWellsville News (second) 

The Wellsville Exchange 

'\ he Pomona Enterprise 

Republican, Pomona 

Richmond Recorder 

Princeton Progress 

Wellsville Globe 



1887-1889 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 



1876-1892 
1892 
1878-1884 
1884-1887 
1884-1892 
1884,1885 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 
1888,1889 
1890-1892 
1878 
1878-1880 
1885-1890 
1885-1886 
1886-1888 
1885-1887 
1886-1890 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1888-1890 
1892 
1888,1889 
1889-1891 



1865-1868 
1870-1874 

1876 
1877-1892 
1864-1892 
1874-1892 
1879-1892 
1879,1880 

1879 



1883-1887 
1884,1885 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1887-1892 
1887,1888 
1889-1892 
1891,1892 
1889-1892 
1891,1892 
1892 
1879 
1880-1883 
1885-1889 
1889-1892 
1881,1882 
1889,1890 
1890-1892 
1886-1888 
1882 
1882,1883 
1884-1886 
1887-1889 
1885-1892 
1889,1890 
1885-1888 
1885-1888 
1891,1892 



Eighth biennial repobt. 



61 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS -Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Garfield County. 

Ravanna Chieftain 

Ravanna Sod-House 

Ravanna Record 

The Ravanna Enquirer 

The Kal Vesta Herald 

The Essex Sunbeam 

The Garfield County Call, Eminence. 
Garfield County Journal, Loyal 



Geary County. (See Davis.) 

Junction City Union 

Junction City Tribune 

Davis County Republican, Junction City 

The Junction City Sentinel, The Democratic Sentinel 

The Mid-Continental Review (monthly). Junction City 

The Kansas Wheelmen's Library (monthly), Junction City. 



Gove County. 

Buffalo Park Express 

Buffalo Park Pioneer 

The Golden Belt, Grinnell 

Cap-Sheaf, Grainfield 

Gazette, Gove City 

Gove County Graphic, Gove City 

Gove County Republican, Gove City. 

Gove County Echo, Gove City 

The Settler's Guide, Quinter 

Quinter Republican 

The Smoky Globe, Jerome 



Graham County. 

The Western Star, Hill City 

Hill Citv Lively Times 

The Hill City Reveille 

Hill ( ity Democrat 

Hill City Sun 

Hill City Star 

Hill City Republican 

The People's Advocate, Hill City 

Graham County Lever, Gettysburg 

The Millbrook Times 

Graham County Times, Millbrook 

Graham County Republican, Millbrook 

Millbrook Herald 

Millbrook Herald (second) 

The Graham County Democrat, Millbrook. 

Roscoe Tribune 

Western Cyclone, Nicodemus 

Nicodemus Enterprise 

, The Fremont Star 

The Fremont Press 

Fremont Eagle 

The Bogue Signal 

The Times, Penokee 



Grant County. 
Grant County Register, Ulysses.. 



Ulysses Tribune, Tribune-Commercial, and Grant County Register, (Enfield, 1887,). 

Ulysses Plainsman 

Grant County Republican, Ulysses 

The Post, Surprise 

Shockeyville Eagle 

Shockeyville Plainsman 

Golden Gazette 

Zionville Sentinel. 



The Commercial, Cincinnati and Appomattox, (see Ulysses Tribune,). 

The Standard-Democrat, Cincinnati and Appomattox 

The Lawson Leader 

Conductor Punch 



Gray County. 

The New West, Cimarron and Echo 

The West, Echo, and Cimarron New West. 
Cimarron Herald and Kansas Sod House... 
The Jacksonian, Cimarron 



1885-1892 


7 


1886,1887 


1 


1887-1889 


2 


1887,1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1887 


1 


1887-1892 


5 


1887-1889 


2 


1889-1892 


4 


1889-1892 


4 


1889-1892 


4 


1889-1892 


4 


1890-1891 


2 


1891,1892 


2 


1880 


1 


1885-1887 


» 


1885-1890 


5 


1885-1892 


7 


1886-1892 


7 


1887,1888 


1 


1888-1890 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1889-1892 


4 


1887,1888 


1 


1879,1880 


1 


1881 


1 


1884-1892 


8 


1887-18^0 


3 


1888,1889 


1 


1888,1889 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1879,1880 


1 


1879-1889 


10 


1889,1890 


2 


1881 


1 


1882,1883 


1 


1885-1888 


2 


1885-1888 


3 


1880,1881 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1887 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1888,1889 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1888-1890 


2 


1889,1890 


1 


1885-1890 


4 


1887-1892 


6 


1889,1890 


i 


1892 


J 


1886,1887 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1889 


1 


1887-1889 


3 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


2 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1885-1888 


4 


1889-1892 


4 


1885,1886 


1 


1885-1892 


7 



«2 



State Historical society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



<5ray County — Concluded. 

Gray County Echo, Ingalls and Cimarron. 

Ingalls Union 

Gray County Republican, Ingalls 

The Weekly Messenger, Ingalls 

The Montezuma Chief 

Gray County Republican, Montezuma 

Ensign Razzoop 



■Greeley County. 

Greeley County Gazette, Greeley Center and Horace. 



Greeley County News, Greeley Center and Horace. 

Horace Messenger , 

Horace Champion 

Hector Echo 

Greeley County Tribune, Tribune and Reid. 

Greeley County Enterprise, Tribune 

Greeley County Republican, Tribune 

Greeley County Journal, Tribune 

Greeley County Republican, Reid. 

Colokan Graphic 



Greenwood County. 

Eureka Censorial 

Eureka Herald 

The Graphic, Eureka 

The Eureka Republican , 

Greenwood County Republican, Eureka. 

The Eureka Sun 

Greenwood County Democrat, Eureka... 

Democratic Messenger, Eureka 

Kansas Alliance Union, Eureka 

The Academy Student, Eureka 

Madison Times 

The Madison News 

The Zenith, and the Madison Times 

Fall River Times 

Fall River Echo 

Fall River Courant 

Saturday Morning Sun, Fall River 

Severy Pioneer 

Southern Kansas Journal, Severy 

Severy Liberal 

Severy Record 

The Kansas Clipper, Severy 



Severyite, Severy 

The Sunflower, Reece 

Greenwood Review, Virgil. 

The Hamilton Broadaxe 

The Severy Telegram 

The Fall River Chief. 



Hamilton County. 
The Syracuse Journal., 



Syracuse Sentinel, (removed from Johnson City, Stanton county,). 

Syracuse Democrat 

Democratic Principle, Syracuse 

West Kansas News, Syracuse 

Hamilton County Bulletin, Coolidge and Syracuse 

Border Ruffian, Coolidge 

Coolidge Citizen 

Coolidge Times 

Surprise Post 

The Signal, Kendall 

The Kendall Boomer 

Kendall Republican 

Kendall Gazette 

The Kendall Free Press 

Johnson City Sentinel, (since in Stanton county,) 

Enfield Tribune, (Enfield and Ulysses; see Grant county,) 

Harper County. 
The Anthony Republican. 



Anthony Daily Republican , 

Harper County Enterprise, Anthony 

The Harper County Democrat, Anthony.. 
Anthony Free Press (daily) 



1886-1888 
1887-1892 

1888 
1889,1890 
1886-1889 

1889 
1887,1888 



1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1889-1892 
1890-1892 
1887,1888 
1887.1888 



1876-1879 
1876-1892 
1879-1882 
1879,1880 
1880-1892 
1879,1880 
1882-1884 
1884-1892 
1890-1892 
1889,1890 
1877,1878 
1879-1892 
1886-1888 
1881-1891 
1883-1886 
1886-1888 
1888,1889 

1882 
1884-1887 
1885,1886 
1887-1891 
1887-1889 
1889-1892 
1885,1886 
1887-1892 
1889,1890 
1891,1892 

1891 



1885-1892 
1886-1889 

1887 
1887-1892 

1887 
1890-1892 
1885-1887 
1886-1890 
1887-1890 



1886-1889 

1886,1887 

1887 



1879-1892 
1886-1889 
1885-1891 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Harper County — Concluded. 

Anthony Journal 

Anthony Journal (second) 

Anthony Daily Journal 

The Weekly Bulletin, Anthony 

Harper County Times, Harper 

The Sentinel, Harper 

The Daily Sentinel, Harper 

Harper Graphic, (suspended August, 1888, to September, 1890,) 

Harper Daily Graphic 

The College Journal, Harper 

The Prophet, Harper 

The Alliance Bulletin, Harper 

The Advocate, Harper 

Bluff City Tribune *.... 

Bluff City Herald 

Bluff City Independent 

The Danville Courant 

The Danville Express 

The Attica Advocate 

Attica Daily Advocate 

Attica Bulletin 

Attica Tribune 

Freeport Leader '. 

Midlothian Sun, Freeport 

The Freeport Tribune, (changed from Sun,) 

TheCrisfield Courier 

Harvey County. 

Zur Heimath (serai-monthly), Halstead 

The Halstead Independent 

The Halstead Clipper 

Halstead Herald 

The Halstead Tribune 

Harvey County News, Newton 

The Newton Republican, (changed from Harvey County News,) 

Newton Daily Republican .' 

Newton Kansau 

Newton Daily Kansan, (1889 to 1891 lacking,) 

The Golden Gate, Newton 

Das Neue Vaterland, Newton 

The Newton Democrat 

Newton Anzeiger 

The Kansas Commoner, Newton 

The Kansas Chronicle, Newton 

Newton Weekly Journal 

The School Journal (monthly), Newton 

The Ladies' Magazine (monthly), Newton 

The Burrton Telephone 

The Burrton Monitor 

The Burrton Graphic 

The Free Lance, Burrton 

The Jayhawker and Palladium, Sedgwick 

The Pantagraph, Sedgwick 

Walton Independent 

The Walton Reporter 

Haskell County. 

Ivanhoe Times 

Santa Fe Trail 

Santa Fe Champion 

Haskell County Review, Santa F§ 

Haskell County Republican, Santa F6 

The Santa Fe Leader 

Santa Fe Monitor 

Hodgeman County. 

Agitator, Hodgeman Center 

Republican, Fordham 

The Buckner Independent, Jetmore 

The Jetmore Reveille 

Hodgeman County Scimitar, Jetmore 

Jetmore Siftings 

Jetmore Journal 

The Jetmore Sunflower 

The Orwell Times 

The Cowland Chieftain 

Western Herald, Jetmore 

—5 



Years. Ri- 
vals. 



1878-1884 
1888-1892 

1888 
1891,1892 
]«78-1885 
1882-1892 
1886-1888 
1883-1892 

1886 
1888,1889 

1888 
1890,1891 
1891,1892 
1886-1888 
1888-1890 
1891,1892 
1883,1884 
1885,1886 
1885-1891 

1887 
1886-1888 
1891,1892 
1885-1890 
1885-1886 



1875-1881 
1881-1892 
1884-1886 
1887,1888 
1890-1892 
1876-1879 
1879-1892 
1886-1892 
1876-1892 
1887-1892 
1879-1882 

1879 
1883-1887 
1887-1892 
1887-1890 

1888 
1888-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1878-1881 
1881-1888 
188t;-1892 
1890-1892 
1882-1884 
1884-1892 
1886-1888 
1890-1892 



1886-1892 
1886,1887 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1888 



1879,1880 

1879 

1879-1881 

1882-1892 

1886-1889 

1886-1892 

1887-1889 

1889-1892 

1885,1886 

1885 

1892 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Years. 



No. 
vols. 



Jackson County. 

Holton Express 

Holton Recorder 

The Holton Argus 

The Holton Signal 

Jackson County Federal, Holton 

The Bee (daily and weekly), Netawaka and Holton. 

Independent Tribune, Holton 

The Fraternal Aid (monthly), Holton 

The Whiting Weekly News 

The Hoyt Times 

Soldier City Tribune.... 

The Denison Star 

The Soldier City Clipper 

The Kansas Bazaar, Circleville 



Jefferson County. 
The Kansas Educational Journal, Grasshopper Falls. (See Leavenworth county.) 

The Kansas New Era, Grasshopper Falls 

Valley Falls New Era 

The Valley Falls Liberal and the Kansas Liberal (monthly), Valley Falls and Law 



Lucifer, (the Light-Bearer,) Valley Falls 

Valley Falls Register 

Fair Play, Valley Falls 

Valley Falls Republican 

Farmers' Vindicator, Valley Falls 

The Oskaloosa Independent 

Sickle and Sheaf, Oskaloosa 

Oskaloosa Weekly Sickle 

The dskaloosa Times 

The Winchester Argus 

The Winchester Herald. 

The Kaw Valley Chief, Perry 

The Perry Monitor and Kaw Valley Chief (second), Perry. 

The Perry News ^ 

The Nortonville News 

Meriden Report 

Meriden Weekly Tribune 

The Osawkie Times 

The McLouth Times 



Jewell County. 

Jewell County Diamond, Jewell City 

Jewell County Republican, Jewell City 

Jewell County Monitor, Jewell Center 

Jewell County Monitor and Diamond, Jewell Center. 
Jewell County Monitor, Jewell Center and Mankato. 
Jewell County Review, Jewell Center and Mankato.. 

The Jewell County Review, Mankato 

.Mankato Review 

Mankato Daily Review 

The Kansas .lewellite, Mankato 

The Jacksonian, Mankato 

The Labor Clarion, Mankato 

White Oak Independent 

Jewell County Journal, Omio 

Western Advocate, Omio 

The Omio Mail 

The Western Advocate, Mankato 

The Jewell County News, Jewell City 

Burr Oak Reveille 

Burr Oak Herald 

Burr Oak Rustler 

Independent Republican, Burr Oak 

Salem Chronicle ... 

Salem Argus 

The People's Friend, Salem 

Randall Register 

Randall Tribune 

The Beacon, Randall 

The Exponent, Randall 



Johnson County. 

Olathe Mirror 

Mirror and News-Letter, Olathe 

The Olathe Mirror, (1884-'86, see below,). 



1872-1875 
1875-1892 

1877 
1878-1892 
1886,1887 
1879,1880 
1890-1892 
■1891,1892 
1883-1892 

1877 
1888-1890 
1889,1890 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 



1866,1867 
1873-1892 

1880-1883 
1883-1890 
1881-1891 
1888-1890 
1869,1890 
1890-1892 
1870-1892 
1873-1H79 
1879-1886 
1691,1892 
1879-1888 
1888-1892 
1879-1882 
1883,1884 
1891,1892 
1885-1892 
1885-1888 
1890-1892 
1885,1886 
1887-1892 



1876,1877 

1879-1892 

1876,1877 

1878,1879 

1880-1892 

1879-1882 

1889-1892 

1883-1888 

1887 

1882,1883 

1888-1890 

1889 

1879 

1889,1890 

1882 

1884 

1890-1892 

1891,1892 

1880-1884 

1883-1892 

1886,1887 

1886,1887 

1882 

1883-1890 

1885-1887 

1885-1888 

1887,1888 

1889,1890 

1890-1892 



1866-1868 
1876-1882 
1882-1892 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL UEPOBT. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 




Johnson County — Concluded. 

Olathe Mirror-Gazette 

Western Progress, Olathe 

Kansas Star, Olathe 

Olathe Leader 

Olathe Gazette 

Educational Advocate, Olathe 

Johnson County Democrat, Olathe. 

Kansas Patron, Olathe 

The Olathe Republican 

The Olathe Leader (second) 

Kansas Register, Spring Hill 

Weekly Review, Spring Hill. 



Spring Hill New Era, ( 1886 to August, 1888, lacking,). 

The Young Kansan, Gardner , 

The Kansan, Gardner 

Gardner Graphic 



Kearny County. 

Lakin Herald 

The Kearny County Advocate, Lakin 

Pioneer Democrat, Lakin 

The Lakin Index 

Hartland Times 

Hartland Herald 

Kearny County Coyote, Chantilly and Omaha 

Kingman County. 

The Kingman Mercury 

The Kingman Blade 

The Kingman County Citizen, Kingman 

The Kingman County Republican, Kingman 

Citizen-Republican, Kingman 

Southern Kansas Democrat, Kingman 

The Kingman County Democrat 

The Kingman Courier 

Kingman Daily Courier 

Kingman Leader 

Kingman Leader-Courier 

Kingman News 

Kingman Daily News, ( November, 1887, to February, 1888, lacking,). 

Voice of the People, Kingman 

The Kingman Weekly Journal 

News, Norwich 

Nlnnescah and Cunningham Herald 

Cunningham Herald 

The Spivey Dispatch 

Spivey Index 

New Murdock Herald 

The Penalosa News 

The Nashville News 



Kiowa County. 

Wellsford Register 

Wellsford Register (second ) 

Wellsford Republican 

Kiowa County Democrat, Wellsford 

The Democrat and Watchman, Dowell post office. 

Comanche Chief and The Kiowa Chief, Reeder 

Greensburg Signal 

The Kiowa County Signal, Greensburg 

The Kiowa County Times, Greensburg 

Greensburg Rustler 

Greensburg Republican. 

The Republican, Greensburg 

Republican P>anner, Greensburg 

Mullinville Mallet 

The Weekly Telegram, Mullinville 

The Haviland Tribune 



1883-1886 
1876-1880 
1876-1892 
1879-1882 
1879-1883 

1880 
1882-1891 
1882-1892 
1884,1885 
1891,1892 

1878 
1881,1882 



1890,1891 
1891.1892 



1882-1884 
1885-1892 
1885-1890 
1890-1892 
1886,1887 
1886-1891 
1887-1890 



1878-1880 
1880 
1879-1884 
1882-1884 
1884 
1883-1888 
1889-1892 
1884-1889 
1887,1888 
1884-1889 
1889-1892 
1886-1888 
1886-1«88 
1888,1889 
1890-1892 
1886-1892 
1886-1888 
1889-1892 
1887,1888 
1889-1891 
1887 
1887,1888 



1886 
1887 
1885 



1889- 
1888- 
1886- 
1887, 
1890, 
1891, 
1886- 
1886, 
1887- 



1885 
1890 
1887 



1886 
-1888 
1892 
1892 
1888 
1888 
1891 

1888 
1887 
1889 



Labette County. 

Parsons Sun 1876-1892 

Parsons Sun, daily 

Parsons Eclipse j 1876-1892 

Parsons Daily Eclipse 1881-1892 

Daily Outlook. Parsons 1877,1878 

Daily Infant Wonder, Parsons | 1878-1880 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Labette County — Concluded. 

Daily Republican, Parsons 

Parsons Palladium 

The Daily Evening Star, Parsons, (April 6 to October 19, 1881,). 

The Weekly Clarion, Parsons 

The Daily Eli, Parsons 

Kansas Workman and State Alliance, Parsons 

Our Home Visitor (monthly). Parsons 

Mills's Weekly World, Parsons 

Southern Kansas Advance, Chetopa 

Chetopa Advance 

Chetopa Herald 

Chetopa Statesman 

The Chetopa Democrat 

Oswego Independent 

Labette County Democrat, Oswego 

The Oswego Republican 

The Oswego Daily Republican 

The Oswego Bee 

The Oswego Daily Bee 

Labette County statesman, Oswego 

The Oswego Courant 

Mound Valley Herald 

Mound Valley News 

The Altamont Sentinel 

Mills's Weekly World, Altamont 

The Edna Star 

The Edna Independent 

The Wilsonton Journal 



Lane County. 
Lane County Gazette, California. 
Lane County Herald, Dighton.. . 

Dighton Journal 

Dighton Republican 

Lane County Farmer, Dighton.... 



Years. 



Leavenworth County. 

Kansas Herald, Leavenworth 

Kansas Territorial Register, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Conservative, daily, (January to June, 1867, lacking,) 

Times and Conservative, Leavenworth (daily) 

Leavenworth Times, daily, (July to October, 1878, lacking,) 

Leavenworth Times (weekly) 

Leavenworth Daily Commercial 

Kansas Freie Presse, Leavenworth (weekly) 

Kansas Freie Presse, Leavenworth (daily) 

Leavenworth Appeal 

Leavenworth Appeal and Herald 

Leavenworth Appeal and Tribune 

Public Press, Leavenworth (weekly) 

Public Press, Leavenworth, daily, (from July, 1877, to June, 1879, lacking,) 

Home Record, Leavenworth (monthly) 

Democratic Standard, Leavenworth (weekly) 

Kansas Farmer, Leavenworth ( monthly) 

Leavenworth Evening Standard 

The Kansas Educational Journal, monthly: Leavenworth, January, 1864, to Au- 
gust, 1865; Grasshopper Falls, September, 1865, to January, 1866; Topeka. June, 
1866, to August, 1867; Emporia, September, 1867, to April, 1871; Emporia and 
Topeka, May, 1871, to April, 1873 

Orphans' Friend, Leavenworth (monthly) ; 

The Western Homestead, Leavenworth (monthly) 

The Workingman's Friend, Leavenworth j 

Leavenworth Weekly Chronicle 

The Visitor, Leavenworth I 

The Catholic, Leavenworth I 

The Kansas Prohibitionist, Leavenworth 

Kansas Commoner, Leavenworth 

Truth, Leavenworth (monthly) 

The Daily Sun, Leavenworth 

Leavenworth Post (daily) 

Journal of the U.S. Cavalry Association, Leavenworth (quarterly) 

The Leavenworth Advocate 

Taps, Leavenworth (monthly) 

The Sentinel, Fort Leavenworth (Episcopal Church). (See Salina.) 

The Tonganoxie Mirror 

The Tonganoxie News, (changed from Linwood Leader,) 

The Tonganoxie Sentinel. 

The Linwood Leader 



1880, ]8«1 


2 


1883-1892 


10 


1881 


1 


1888-1891 


3 


1890,1891 


3 


1891 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1876-1878 


2 


1878-1892 


15 


1876-1878 


2 


1885-1889 


4 


1888-1892 


5 


1876-1892 


17 


1880-1892 


13 


1881-1886 


5 


1881-1883 


3 


1887,1888 


2 


1887,1888 


3 


1889-1892 


3 


1889,1890 


2 


1885-1892 


7 


1886,1887 


1 


1886-1890 


5 


1889-1891 


3 


1887,1888 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1888-1892 


5 


1880-1882 


2 


1885-1892 


7 


1886-1892 


6 


1887-1889 


2 


1890,1891 


^ 


1854-1859 


5 


1855 


1 


1861-1868 


16 


1869,1870 


3 


1870-1892 


45 


1876-1880 


5 


1878-1876 


4 


1876-1886 


10 


1876-1886 


18 


1876-1878 


3 


1879 


1 


1879,1880 


1 


1877-1883 


6 


1877-1882 


8 


1876-1892 


17 


1880-1882 


3 


1867-1872 


8 


1881-1892 


24 


1864-1873 


9 


1878-1892 


14 


1878-1882 


3 


1881-1883 


2 


1883,1884 


1 


1882-1884 


2 


1885-1889 


5 


1883,1884 


1 


1884,1885 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1887-1890 


6 


1888-1892 


It) 


1888-1892 


5 


1888-1891 


3 


1889-1891 


1 


1882-1892 


10 


188.5-1887 


2 


1889-1892 


4 


1883-1881 


1 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 




Lincoln County. 

Lincoln County News, Lincoln Center i 1873 

Saline Valley Register, Lincoln Center | 18"fi-l»79 

Lincoln Register, Lincoln Center 1K79,1880 

Saline Valley Register, Lincoln Center j 1881-1883 

Lincoln Banner, Lincoln Center i 1884-1886 

, Lincoln R#iiblican, Lincoln Center 1886-1892 

The Argus and Beacon, Lincoln Center 1880 

The Beacon of Lincoln County, Lincoln Center 1881-1884 

The Lincoln Beacon, Lincoln Center 1884-1892 

Lincoln County Democrat, Lincoln 1 1M86-1«90 

Lincoln County Farmer, Lincoln ' 1890-1892 

The Sylvan Grove Sentinel i 1887-1892 

Bajfnard Times 1888-1892 

Linn County. 

La Cygne Weekly Journal ! 1876-1892 

LaCygne Leader 1887,1888 

Border Sentinel, Mound City 1866-1874 

Linn County Clarion, Mound City 1876-1892 

Mound City Progress 1884-1892 

The Torch of Liberty, Mound City 1888-l!<92 

The Pleasanton Observer { 1876-1892 

The Pleasanton Herald.. , 1882-1892 



The Prescott Eagle 

The Prescott Republican 

Prescott Enterprise 

The Blue Mound Sun 

The Parker Pilot 

The Pilot and Graphic, Parker.. 
Goodrich Graphic 



Logan County. 



\ 



1883-1888 
1888,1889 
1889 
1883-1892 
1889-1891 
1891,1892 
1890,1891 



The Oakley Opinion 1885- 

The Oakley Republican I 1887, 

Oakley Saturday Press i 

Logan (."ounty Times, Oakley and Russell Springs .-. 1887, 

Oaklev News Letter 

Oakley Graphic 1889- 

The Courier, Ennis and Monument I 1886- 

The Monument Obelisk 

The Monument Observer 

The Scout, Gopher and Winona, (bound with Winona Messenger,) 1886 

The Winona Clipper 188 

Winona Messenger 1887 

McAllaster Weekly Record 1887 

Augustine Herald 188 

The Leader, Russell Springs 1887 

The Record, Russell Springs 

The Logan County Republican, Russell Springs 1888- 
Page City Messenger 1889, 



Lyon County. 

Emporia News 

Emporia Daily News 

Kansas Educational Journal, Emporia, (see Leavenworth county.) 
Emporia Ledger. 



1889 
■1892 



-1892 



■1891 
■1889 



1892 
1890 



The Hatchet (monthly), Emporia. 
The Educatio 
Emporia Sun. 



The Educationalist (monthly), Emporia 



ipor 

ly), 



The Kansas Greenbacker, and the National Era, Emporia. 

The Emporia Journal. 

The Kansas Sentinel, Emporia 

Daily Bulletin, Emporia 

Emporia Daily Republican 

The Emporia Republican 

Emporia Democrat 

The Primitive Friend, Emporia 

Emporia Daily Globe, (1888 lacking,) 

The Fanatic, Emporia 

The Weekly News-Democrat, Emporia 

Emporia News-Democrat (daily) 

The Semi- Weekly Miniature, Emporia 

The Normal Quarterly, Emporia 

Kansas Workman, Emporia, (see Butler county.) 

College Life, Emporia 

The Emporia Standard ... 



1865-1889 
1878-1889 

1876-1880 
1877,1878 
1879,1880 
1878,1879 
1878,1879 
1880,1881 
1880-1882 

1881 
1881-1892 
1886-1892 
1882-1889 
188.3-1885 
1886-1889 
1887.1888 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 

1887 
1889-1892 

1890-1892 
1890-1892 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Years. 



Lyon County — (Joncluded. 
The Baptist Visitor (monthly), Emporia... 

The Columbia, Emporia 

The Emporia Zeitung (monthly) 

The Emporia Daily Gazette 

The Hartford Enterprise 

The Hartford Weekly Call 

Hartford News 

Americus Weekly Herald 

The Americus Ledger 

The Americus Greeting 

The Neosho Vivifier, Neosho Rapids 

The Neosho Valley Press, Neosho Rapids., 

The Neosho Rapids Pilot 

The Admire City Free Press 

Admire Independent 

The Allen Tidings 



McPherson County, 

The McPherson Independent 

The McPherson Freeman 

Freeman- Vim, McPherson 

McPherson Daily Freeman 

The McPherson Republican 

McPherson Daily Republican 

The Comet, McPherson 

Industrial Liberator, McPherson 

The McPherson Independent 

The McPnerson Press 

The McPherson County Champion, McPherson. 

The Democrat, McPherson 

Kansas State Register, McPherson 

The McPherson Anzeiger 

Our Opinion, McPherson 

School, Fireside, and Farm, McPherson... 

The Educator and Companion 

The Industrial Union, McPherson 

Kansas Vim, McPherson 

People's Advocate, McPherson and Galva 

Lindsborg Local ist 

Smoky Valley News, Lindsborg ; 

Kansas Posten, Lindsborg 

Framat, Lindsborg 

The Lindsborg News 

The Canton Monitor 

Canton Carrier 

The Republican, Canton 

The Canton News 

IheWindom Record 

The Windom Enterprise 

The Moundridge Leader 

Marquette Monitor 

Marquette Tribune 

(ialva Times 

The Inman Independent 

Inman Review 



Marion County. 

Marion County Record, Marion Center 

The f«chool Galaxy, Marion Center , 

Central Kansas Telegraph, Marion Center 

Marion Banner, Marion Center 

Marion Graphic, Marion Center 

Marion County Democrat and Independent, Marion Center 

The Marion Register, Marion 

The Marion Tribune 

The Cottonwood Valley Times, Marion, (lacking Sept., 1889, to Nov., 1890,). 

Marion Daily Times , 

The School Gleaner, Marion 

The Rural Kansan, Marion 

The Scimeter, Marion 

The Marion County Anzeiger, Marion and Hillsboro 

The Central Advocate. Marion 

The Peabody Gazette 

The Peabody Daily Gazette 

Peabody Reporter 

The Peabody Post 

Marion Graphic, Peabody 



1891,1892 
1890-1892 
1888-1891 
1890-1892 
1879,1880 
1»9-1891 
1890-1892 
1881,1882 
1885-1889 
1890-1892 
1885,1^86 
1886,1887 
1889-1891 
1887,1888 
1891,1892 
1887-1892 



1876-1879 
1878-1891 
1891,1892 
1887,1888 
1879-1892 
1887-1892 
1881,1882 

1882 
1882-1884 
1884,1885 
1885-1887 
1886-1892 

1887 
1887-1890 
1888-1890 

li 

1889-1892 
1890-1891 
1888-1891 
1891,1892 
1879-1888 
1881-U 
1882,1883 

1889 
1889-1892 

1880 
1885-1888 
1889,1890 
1891,1892 
1884-1886 
1886-1888 
1.S87-1892 
1887,1888 
1H89-1S92 
1^88-1892 
1891,1892 

1892 



1875-1892 

1877 

1880 

1880,1881 

1>82,1883 

1883,1884 

1885-1888 

1886,1887 

1S87-1892 

1888 

1889,1890 

1889,1890 

1890 

1887-1892 

1891 

1876-1892 

1887 

1880 

1882 

1883-1890 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



69 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



I 



Marion County — Concluded. 

Florence Herald, (1886 lacking,) .... 

Florence Tribune 

Florence Weekly News 

The Florence Weekly Bulletin 

Hillsboro Phonograph 

The Inielligencer, Hillsboro 

Freundschafls-Kreis, Hillsboro 

Hillsboro Herald 

Der Kansas Courier, Hillsboro 

Canada Arcade 

Lincoln ville Star 

The Weekly Courier, Lost Springs. 
Burns Monitor 



Marshall County. 

The Marysville Enterprise, (volumes 1 and 3,) 

The Lantern, Marysville 

The Marshall County News, Marysville 

Kansas Staats-Zeitung, Marysville 

Marysville Signal 

Marysville Post (German) 

Marshall County Democrat, Marysville , 

The Bugle Call, Marysville 

The True Republican, Marysville 

The Daily Free Press, Marysville 

Evening Democrat, Marysville 

The People's Advocate, Marvsville 

The Waterville Telegraph, (1874 and 1875 lacking,)., 

Blue Rapids Times 

The Blue Rapids I^yre 

Blue Rapids Weekly Motor 

Blue Valley Gazette, Irving 

The Irving Citizen 

The Irving Leader 

Frankfort Record 

The National Headlight, Frankfort 

The Frankfort Bee 

The Frankfort Sentinel 

The Beattie Boomerang ?... 

The North Star, Beattie 

The Star, Beattie 

Williamson's Beattie Eagle 

The Visitor, Axtell 

Axtell Anchor , 

The Summerfield Sun 

The Oketo Sun and Herald 

The Vermillion Record 



Me.'Vde County. 

The Pearlette Call 

Fowler City Graphic 

The Fowler City Advocate 

Meade County (jlobe, Meade Center 

Meade Center Press 

The Press-Democrat, Meade Center 

Meade (enter Telegram 

The Meade Republican, Meade Center 

Meade County Democrat, Meade 

Meade County Nationalist, Meade 

The Hornet, Spring Lake, and ArtOis, Artesian City. 

The Guardian, West Plains 

The West Plains News and Democrat 

The West Plains Mascott 

Meade County Times, Mertilla 

Miami County. 

The Western Spirit, Paola. 



The Miami Republican, Paola 

Republican-Citizen, Paola 

Miami Talisman, Paola 

Paola Times. Miami Farmer, Times-Signal. 

The Miami School Journal, Paola 

The Border Chief, Louisburg 

Watchman, Louisburg 

The Louisburg Herald 

Osawatomie Times 

Osawatomie Gaslight 



Years. 


No. 




vols. 


1876-1892 


15 


1S84-1H86 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1887-1892 


6 


1881 


1 


1881,1882 


1 


1885,1886 


2 


1886-1888 


3 


1891,1892 


1 


1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1888,1889 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1866,1868 


2 


1876 


1 


1876-1892 


17 


1879-1881 


2 


1881-1883 


2 


1881-1892 


11 


1883-1892 


10 


18f<5,1886 


1 


1886-1890 


4 


I8h9,1890 


3 


1890-1892 


2 


1S90-1892 


2 


1870-1892 


21 


1876-1892 


17 


1,H86,1887 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1876-1878 


3 


1880 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1876-1879 


4 


1879-1881 


2 


1881-1892 


12 


1886-1892 


5 


1S83,1884 


1 


1884,188-5 


1 


1885-1891 


G 


l>91,1892 


1 


1883,1884 


1 


18<3-1892 


9 


1889-1892 


4 


1889-1892 


3 


1891,1892 


1 


1879,1880 


1 


18S5-1890 


4 


1886 


1 


1885-1892 


7 


! 885, 1886 


1 


1885-1890 


4 


18S6 


1 


1887-1892 


5 


1890-1891 


1 


1891,1892 


2 


18S5-1889 


4 


1886,1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1888,1889 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1874-1892 


19 


1876-1 892 


17 


1878-1880 


2 


1881,1882 


1 


1882-1892 


11 


1889,1890 


1 


1879-1881 


2 


1881 


1 


1^87-1892 


5 


1880,1881 


1 


1887,1888 


1 



70 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Miami Covhty — Concluded. 

Graphic, Osawatomie 

Osawatoruie Advertiser 

Farmers' Signal, Osawatomie 

Osawatomie Globe 

FontanaNews • 

Mitchell County. 
Beloit Gazette, (dups. from April, 1872, to April, 1873; 1873, 1874 and 1875 lacking, 

Beloit Weekly Record 

The Beloit Courier 

Beloit Weekly Democrat 

Western Democrat, Beloit, ( 1882 and 1883 lacking,) 

The Western Nationalist, Beloit 

Beloit Dental Herald 

The Western Call, Beloit 

The Harmonic (monthly), Beloit 

The Echo, Cawker City 

The Cawker City Free Press 

Cawker City Journal 

The Public'Record, Cawker City... 

Cawker City Times 

Glen Elder Key 

Glen Elder Herald 

The Kansas Herald, Glen Elder 

The People's Sentinel, Glen Elder.... 

Simpson Siftings 

Scottsville Independent 

Tri-County News, Scottsville 

MONTGOMEKY CoUNTY. 

Independence Courier 

Independence Kansan 

The Star, Independence 

TheStar and Kansan, Independence 

The South Kansas Tribune, Independence 

The Workingman's Courier, Independence 

The Living Age, Independence 

The Evening Reporter, and the Morning Reporter, independence, (lacking from 1883 

to February 17, 1886,).. 

The Independence News (daily and weekly) 

Montgomery Argus, Independence 

Coffey ville Journal 

The Gate City Enterprise, Coffey ville 

Gate City Gazette, Coffey ville 

The Sun, Coffeyville 

The Eagle, Coffeyville 

The Index, Coffeyville 

The News, Coffeyville 

Afro-American Advocate, Coffeyville 

Cherry vale Leader 

Cherry vale Globe 

Cherry vale News 

Cherry Valley Torch, Cherryvale 

Cherryvale Globe-News 

The Globe and Torch, Cherryvale 

Daily Globe and Torch, Cherryvale 

Cherryvale Bulletin 

The Weekly Clarion, Cherryvale 

The Cherryvale Republican 

The Cherryvale Champion 

Southern Kansas Farmer, Cherryvale 

The Kansas Commonwealth, Cherryvale 

The Morning Telegram, Cherryvale 

The Elk City Globe 

The Elk City Star 

The FAk City Democrat 

The Elk City Eagle 

Elk City Times 

The Elk City Enterprise '.., 

The Caney Chronicle 

The Caney Times 

The Havana Vidette .".'"!...'.!...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 

Havana Weekly Herald !........................ 

The Havana Recorder !.!.!.....!........!!".' 

The Havana News ....!!.........!. 

The Havana Press 



Years. 


No. 




vols. 


1888-1892 


5 


1888-1890 


1 


1890,1891 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1885-1889 


4 


1872-1892 


17 


1877-1879 


3 


1879-1892 


14 


1878-lf80 


2 


1880-1890 


7 


1882,1883 


2 


1888,1889 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


lb7ri-1878 


2 


1878-1883 


5 


1880-1890 


9 


1888-1892 


10 


1888-1892 


5 


1880 


1 


1885-1890 


4 


1890 


1 


1891,1892 


2 


1884-1886 


2 


1886-1889 


4 


1889-1892 


4 


1874,1875 


2 


187ij-1884 


9 


18S2-1884 


3 


1885-1892 


H 


1876-1892 


17 


1877-1879 


3 


1881 


1 


1882-1892 


15 


1886 


1 


18S6 


1 


1S76-1892 


17 


1884,1885 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1888-1890 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1877 


1 


1879-1882 


3 


1881,1882 


I 


1882-1885 


3 


1882-1884 


3 


1885-1888 


3 


1>!8i-lf:87 


4 


1884-1888 


5 


1885 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1887-1892 


.*> 


1890,1891 


1 


1891 


1 


1892 


1 


1 882-1 8S7 


5 


1884-1886 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1886-1890 


4 


1880 


1 


1889-1 8:<2 


3 


1885-1892 


7 


1889-1892 


4 


1885,1886 


1 


1887,1888 


I 


1889 


1 


1890 


1 


1891,1892 


1 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REPOBT. 



n 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continukd. 




Montgomery County — Concluded. 

Liberty Light 

The Liberty Review 



Morris County. 

Morris County Republican, Council Grove 

Council Grove Democrat '. 

Republican and Democrat, Council Grove 

Council Grove Republican 

Morris County Times, Council Grove 

The Kansas Cosmos, Council Grove, (January to July, 1885, lacking; October 15, 1886, 

Cosmos consolidated with Council Grove Republican,) 

The Council Grove Guard, and Herald Guard 

The Anti-Monopolist, Council Grove 

Council Grove Courier 

Morris County Enterprise, Parkersville 

The Parkersville Times 

The Morris County News, White City 

The White City News 

White City Register 

The Dwight Wasp 

The Dunlap Courier 

Wilsey Bulletin 



Morton County. 

Frisco Pioneer , 

Morton Countv Democrat, Frisco 

The Richfield Leader 

The Leader- Democrat, Richfield , 

The Richfield Republican 

The Monitor-Republican, Richfield.... 

The Great Southwest, Richfield 

The Morton County Star, Richfield.... 

The TalogaStar 

CunditI' Journal 

The Morton County Monitor, Morton. 
The Westola Wave 



Nemaha County. 

Seneca Weekly Courier 

Seneca Courier- Democrat 

The Seneca Tribune 

Our Mission, Seneca 

The Seneca News 

Nemaha County Republican, Sabetha 

The Sabetha Advance 

Sabetha Weekly Herald 

The Oneida Journal 

The Oneida Chieftain, Democrat, and Dispatch 

The Oneida Monitor 

The Oneida World 

The Wetmore Spectator, (lacking from August, 1884, to August, 1885,). 

The Centralia Enterprise 

The Centralia Journal 

The Goff' s News 

The Goff's .\dvance 

The Bern Press 



Neosho County. 

Neosho County Journal, Osage Mission 

The Temperance Banner, Osage Mission... 
Neosho Valley Enterprise, Osage Mission. 
Neosho County Democrat, Osage Mission.. 

Neosho County Record, Erie 

Neosho County Republican, Erie 

The People's Vindicator, Erie 

Republican-Record, Erie 

The Erie Sentinel 

Chanute Times 

The Chanute Democrat 

The Chanute Chronicle 

Chanute Blade 

The Chanute Vidette 

Chanute Vidette-Times 

Railroad Employes' Companion, Chanute.. 

Chanute Dailv Tribune 

Head Light, Thayer 



1876,1877 
1876,1877 
1877-1879 
1879-1892 
1880,1881 

1881-1886 
1884-1892 

1888 
1891,1892 
1878-1884 
1887,1888 
1886-1888 
1888.1889 
18^9-1892 
1887-1891 
1889-1891 

1890 



1886,1887 
1886-1888 
1886,1887 
1888,1889 
1887-1890 
1890,1891 
1887,1888 
1891,1892 
1887-1890 
1888,1889 
1888-1890 
1888,1889 



1875-1884 
1885-1892 
1879-1892 
1885,1886 
1890-1892 
1876-1892 
1876,1877 
1884-1892 
1879-1882 
1883,1884 
1885,1886 

1892 
1882-1892 
1883,1884 
1880-1892 
1887-1890 

1892 
1889-1892 



1876- 
1878- 
1880- 
1883- 
1876- 
1884- 
1888, 
1886- 
1889- 
1876- 
1879, 
1882, 
188.S- 
1887- 
1891, 
1889, 

1876- 



•1880 
1882 
1888 
1886 
1886 
1889 
1892 
1892 
1891 
1882 
1883 
1892 
1890 
1892 
]89it 
1892 
1892 



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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Neosho County — Concluded. 

Tlie Thayer Herald 

Thayer Independent News., 

Star of Hope, Urbana 

The Stark Freeman 



Ness County. 
The Pioneer, Clarinda and Sidney.. 

The Advance, Sidney 

Ness City Times 

The Truth, Ness City 

The News, Ness City 

The Ness City Graphic 

Walnut Valley Sentinel, Ness City. 

The Globe, Schoharie 

The Harold Record 

Harold Boomer 

Nonchalanta Herald 

The Bazine Register 

Bazine Leader 



N0F.TON County. 
Norton County Advance, Norton... 

Norton County People, Norton 

The Norton Courier 

Norton Champion 

The Norton Democrat 

Weekly New Era, Norton 

The Farmers' Advance, Norton 

The Lenora Leader 

The Kansas Northwest,' Lenora..... 

Tbe Kansas Monitor, Lenora 

The Common People, Lenora 

The Lenora Record 

The Norton County Badger, and ) 
The Edmond Times, Edmond, j ' 

The Almena Star..( 

Almena Plaindealer 

The Almena Advance 

The Oronoque Magic 

The Calvert Gazette 



Osage County. 

Osage County Chronicle, Burlingame, (1872 lacking,) 

Osage County Democrat, Burlingame 

Burlingame Herald 

Burlingame Independent, (changed from Carbondale Calendar, Jan. 28 to April 1, 
1886 ; Carbondale Independent, April 8 to May 13, 1886 ; then moved to Burlingame,) 

Burlingame News (amateur) 

The Burlingame Democrat 

The Burlingame Echo, National Echo (monthly) 

Osage City Free Press 

The Kansas Times, Osage City, (moved from Lyndon,) 

The Osage City Republican 

Osage County Democrat, Osage City 

The Kansas People, Osage City.. 

Kansas People (daily), Osage City 

Lyndon Times 

The Lyndon Journal 

The Lyndon Leader 

Kansas Plebeian, Lyndon and Scranton 

Osage County Graphic, Lyndon 

The People's Herald, Quenemo and Lyndon 

Osage County Times, Scranton and Burlingame 

The Scranton Gazette 

The Carbondale Journal 

Carbondale Independent 

Astonisher and Paralyzer, Carbondale 

The Carbondalian, Carbondale 

The Carbondale Record 

Kansas Workman, Scranton and Quenemo 

Osage County Republican and Sentinel, Quenemo 

Quenemo Republican 

The Quenemo Leader 

Melvern Record 

The Melvern Review 

Overbrook Herald ... . 



Ytars. 


No. 




vols. 


1885,1886 


1 


Isy 1,1892 


1 


1878 


1 


1890,1891 


1 


1879-1882 


3 


1882,1883 


1 


1880-1891 


10 


1883,1884 


1 


1884-1892 


8 


188G 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1888,1884 


1 


1887-1889 


3 


1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1889 


1 


1878-1882 


5 


1880-1883 


2 


1883-1892 


10 


1884-1892 


8 


1886-1888 


2 


1888-1891 


2 


1890 


1 


1882-1888 


6 


1884,1885 


1 


1885, If 86 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


18S7-1890 


3 


1886-1890 


5 


1885-1889 


3 


1888-1892 


5 


1889,1890 


1 


1886 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1868-1892 


23 


1881-1887 


4 


1881-1884 


2 


1886-1888 


2 


1886-1889 


1 


1888-1890 


1 


1888-1892 


3 


1876-1892 


17 


1879-1881 


3 


1^82,1883 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


U87-I890 


4 


1>-87,1888 


3 


1876-1879 


3 


1882-1892 


10 


1882,1883 


2 


1882 


1 


1S88-1892 


4 


1890-1892 


2 


1888-1891 


4 


1890-1892 


3 


1879 


1 


1882-1884 


2 


18S5-1887 


2 


1887-1892 


6 


1888 


1 


1S83-1S88 


5 


1886-1892 


6 


1892 


1 


1889,1890 


2 


18S4-1890 


6 


1891,1892 


2 


1889-1892 


4 



Eighth biennial report. 



73 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Osborne County. 

Osborne County Farmer, Osborne 

TheTrutb Teller, Osborne 

Daily News, Osborne 

Osborne County News, Osborne 

Western Odd Fellow (monthly), Osborne 

Osborne County Journal, Osborne 

Bull's City Post 

Osborne County Key, Bull's City , 

The Western Empire, Bull's City 

The Western Empire, Alton 

Downs Times 

Downs Chief. 

Downs GlobR.. 

Portis Patriot 

The Whisperer, Portis 

Ottawa County. 

The Solomon Valley Mirror, Minneapolis , 

The Sentinel, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis Messenger, (successor to Sentinel,) 

The Daily Messenger, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis Independent 

Ottawa County Index, Minneapolis. 

The Progressive Current, Minneapolis 

Solomon Valley Democrat, Minneapolis 

The Daily Institute, Minneapolis, Nos. 1 to 20 

Kansas Workman (monthly), Minneapolis 

Minneapolis School Journal 

The Sprig of Myrtle (monthly), Minneapolis, (moved from Columbus, Cherokee 

county,) 

Ottawa County Commercial, Minneapolis 

Minneapolis Commercial 

Kansas Union, Ottawa County Index, Minneapolis 

The Review, Minneapolis 

TheDelphos Herald 

Delphos Carrier 

The Delphos Republican 

Bennington Star , 

The Bennington Journal 

Herald and Star, Bennington 

Ottawa Countv Democrat, Bennington 

The Tescott Herald '. 



Pawnee County. 

Earned Press 

The Pawnee County Herald, Lamed. 
The Larned Enterprise-Chronoscope. 

Earned Chronoscope 

Larned Daily Chronoscope 

The Larned Optic 

The Larned Weekly Eagle-Optic 

The Labor News, Larned 

Pawnee County Republican, Larned. 

Tiller and Toiler, Larned 

Garfield Letter 

The Garfield News 

The Burdett Bugle 



Phillips County. 

The Kirwin Chief. 

Kirwin Progress and Kirwin Democrat.. 

The Independent, Kirwin 

The Independent, Kirwin (second) 

Kirwin Republican 

Kirwin Graphic 

The Kirwin Globe 

Phillips County Herald, Phillipsburg 

The Phillipsburg Times 

The Phillipsburg Dispatch 

Phillipsburg Democrat 

Logan Enterprise 

Phillii)s County Freeman, Logan 

The Logan Republican 

The Long Island Argus ... 

Long Island Leader 

Phillips County Democrat, Long Island, 



Years. 


No. 




vols. 


1876-1892 


17 


1880 i 1 


1881 


1 


1883-1892 


10 


1886-1888 


i 


1886-18S9 


3 


1880 


1 


1881,1882 


1 


1883-188.') 


2 


1885-1892 


8 


1880-1892 


13 


1886-1891 


5 


1888-1890 


2 


1881-1890 


9 


1890 


1 


1874-1886 


12 


1S76-1883 


8 


1883-1892 


8 


1887 


1 


1876-1881 


6 


1880-1883 


4 


1»-83,1884 


1 


1884-1891 


7 


1885 


1 


1885-1892 


8 


1885,1886 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1886,1887 


1 


18^7-1892 


5 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1879,1880 


2 


1881-1888 


7 


1888-1892 


4 


1.-83-1888 


4 


1885 


1 


1889-1891 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1887-1891 


3 


1876-1878 


3 


1877,1878 


2 


1 878-1 8S8 


11 


1889-1892 


4 


1887,1888 


3 


1878-1884 


6 


1885-1892 


8 


1888,1889 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1892 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1876-1891 


15 


1877,1878 


2 


1880-1888 


8 


1889-1892 


3 


1883,1884 


1 


1889 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1878-1892 


15 


1884,1885 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1887-1891 


4 


1879-1883 


5 


188.3-1890 


7 


1886-1892 


7 


1885 


1 


1886-1892 





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BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Years. -^?- 
vols. 



Phillips Qovt^ciy— Concluded. 
Phillips County Inter-Ocean, Long Island. 

Marvin Monitor 

Woodruff Gazette and Republican 



Pottawatomie County. 
Pottawatomie Gazette, Louisville, (vols. 1, 2, 3, 4, and duplicate vol. 1,) 

Kansas Reporter, Louisville 

Pottawatomie County Herald, Louisville 

The Louisville Republican (and The Semi- Weekly Republican) 

The Louisville Indicator 

Pottawatomie County Times, Louisville 

Weekly Kansas Valley, Wamego 

The Wamego Blade 

The Wamego Tribune 

Kansas Agriculturist, Wamego 

Wamego Democrat 

The Daily Wamegan, Wamego 

The Kansas Teacher, Wamego 

St. Mary's Times 

St. Mary's Democrat 

Pottawatomie Chief, St. Mary's 

St. Mary's Express 

St. Mary's Star 

St. Mary's Gazette 

The Dial, St. Mary's 

Inkslingers' Advertiser, Westmoreland 

The Weekly Period, Westmoreland 

The Westmoreland Recorder 

The Westmoreland Indicator.. 

The Alliance News, Westmoreland 

The Onaga Journal 

The OnaKa Democrat 

The Onaga Herald 

Independent and Morning News, Havensville 

The Havensville Register 

The Havensville Torchlight 

The Olsburg News-Letter 

The Belvue Dodger 

Butler City News 



Pratt County. 

The Stafford Citizen 

Pratt County Press, luka 

Pratt County Times, luka 

The luka Traveler 

The Saratoga Sun 

Pratt County Democrat, Saratoga 

The Cullison Banner... 

CuUison Tomahawk 

Pratt County Register, Pratt 

The Pratt County Republican, Pratt 

Pratt County Union, Pratt 

The Preston Herald 

The Preston Plain Dealer 

Springvale Advocate 



Rawlins County. 

Atwood Pioneer 

Republican Citizen, Atwood 

Rawlins County Democrat, Atwood and Blakeman. 

The Atwood .Journal 

The Ludell Settler 

Ludell Gazette 

The Celia Enterprise 

The Blakeman Register 

The Herndon Courant , 

McDonald Times 



Reno County. 

Hutchinson News 

Hutchinson Daily News 

Hutchinson Herald , 

The Interior, Hutchinson 

The Interior-Herald, Hutchinson.. 
Hutchinson Daily Interior-Herald 



1887-1891 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 



18R7-1870 
1870-1887 

1879 
18:^2-1886 
1887-1889 
1889-1892 
1869-1871 

1876 
1877-1882 
1879-1892 
1885,1886 
1887-1889 
1889,1890 
1876,1877 

1878 
1878,1879 
1880-1888 
1884-1892 
1888-1891 
1890-1892 

1878 
1882-1885 
1885-1892 
1889-1891 
1890-1892 
1878-1885 
1885-1889 
1890-1892 
1880-1882 

if-sg.isgo 

1891,1892 

1887-1892 

1889 

1889,1890 



1877,1878 
1878-1887 
1881-1892 
1886-1888 
1885-1887 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1888-1890 
1886-1890 
1888-1892 
1890-1892 
1887,1888 
1889-1892 
1888 



1879-1882 
1880-1892 
1885-1892 
1888 
1884-1887 
1887-1892 
1885-1888 
1887-1892 
1888-1890 
1888-1892 



1876-1892 
18S6-1892 
1876-1885 
1877-1885 
1885-1892 
1887 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



75 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Reno County — Concluded. 
The Sunday Democrat, The Dollar Democrat, The Democrat, and The Hutchinson 

Democrat 

The Hutchinson Call (daily) 

Hutchinson Republican 

The Hutchinson Times-Republican 

The Clipper, Hutchinson 

Kansas Herald, Hutchinson (German) 

Alliance Gazette, Hutchinson..., 

The South Hutchinson Leader 

The Saturday Review. South Hutchinson 

The Journal, South Hutchinson ^.... 

The Argosy, Nickerson 

The Nickerson Register and The Nickerson Industry 

The Nickerson Daily Register 

The Arlington Enterprise 

Sylvia Telephone 

The Sylvia Herald 

The Sylvia Banner... 

The Haven Independent 

The Turon Rustler 

Turon Headlight 

Partridge Cricket and Press 

Lerado Ledger 

The Weekly Press, Olcott 

The Torch Light, Plevna.. 

Republic County. 

The Belleville Republic 

The Belleville Telescope i 

The Weekly Record, Belleville 

The Belleville Democrat , 

Republic County Press, Belleville 

Republic County Freeman, Belleville 

The ]?elleville Democrat 

Scandia Republic 

The Republic County Journal, Scandia 

Republican-Journal, Scandia 

Scandia Journal 

Republic County Independent, Scandia 

Republic County Chief, Scandia 

The Scandia Independent 

White Rock Independent — 

Republic City News 

Conservative Cuban, Cuba 

Republic Countv Pilot, Cuba 

The Cuba Union, and The Union Pilot, Cuba 

The Cuba Daylight 

The Alliance Sun, Cuba 

Cesky Lev, Cuba (Bohemian) 

The Wayne Register 

The Warwick Leader 

Cortland Register 

Rice County. 

Rice County Gazette, Sterling 

Sterling Gazette 

Weekly Bulletin, and The Sterling Bulletin 

The Bulletin and Gazette, Sterling 

Sterling Weekly Champion 

The Daily Bulletin, Sterling 

Sterling Republican (weekly) 

Sterling Republican (daily) 

The Arkansas Valley Times, Sterling 

The Saturday Republican, Sterling 

The Lyons Republican 

The Daily Republican, Lyons 

The Lyons Daily Republican 

Central Kansas Democrat, Lyons, (1882, 1883, 1888, 1889 lacking,) 

Central Kansas Democrat (daily), Lyons 

The Lyons Prohibitionist 

The Soldiers' Tribune, Lyons 

The Lyons Tribune 

Rice County Eagle, Lyons 

The Lyons Democrat 

The Rural West, Little River 

The Little River Monitor 

The Comet, Little River 



Years. 



1883-1890 


8 


1888 


1 


1889,1890 


2 


1889-1892 


3 


1889-1892 


• 4 


1888-1890 


2 


1 890-1 H92 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1887-1890 


2 


1888,1889 


1 


1878-1892 


14 


1884-1891 


6 


1887 


1 


1885-1892 


7 


1886-1889 


2 


1889,1890 


2 


1889-1892 


3 


1886-1892 


5 


1886-1889 


2 


1889-1892 


4 


1883,1887 


1 


1886-1888 


1 


1889 


1 


1888,1889 


1 


1876 


1 


1876-1892 


17 


1888-1885 


2 


1886-1890 


4 


1889,1890 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1890-1892 


1 


1877 


1 


1878-1880 


4 


1881 


1 


1882-1892 


11 


1883,1884 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1887-1889 


2 


1879 


1 


1883-1892 


9 


1884-1886 


2 


1885-1888 


4 


1888-1890 


2 


1890-1892 


3 


1891 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1885-1887 


3 


1886,1887 


1 


1889-1892 


4 


1876-1880 


5 


1881-1891 


10 


1877-1891 


13 


1891,1892 


2 


1888-1892 


4 


1887,1888 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1887 


1 


1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1879-1892 


13 


1882 


1 


1887,1888 


3 


1879-1892 


10 


1886,1887 


2 


1885-1890 


4 


1887,1888 


1 


1888-1892 


4 


1890 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1881,1882 


2 


1886-1892 


6 


1891 


1 



76 



STATE Historical Society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Rice Qovsiy— Concluded. 

The Chase Dispatch 

The Weekly Record, Chase 

Geneseo Herald 

The Raymond Independent 

The Cain City Razzooper 

Partridge Press 

Independent, Frederick 

Rice County News, Frederick ; 

The Alden Herald 

Riley County. 

Manhattan Express 

The Kansas Radical, Manhattan, (duplicate of 1867 and 1868,) 

The Manhattan Independent, (1865 lacking,) 

The Manhattan Standard, (triplicate of 1869 and duplicate of 1870,) 

Manhattan Homestead (occasional) 

The Nationalist, Manhattan, (eleven duplicates,) 

The Literary Review, Manhattan 

Manhattan Beacon, (two duplicates,) 

The Industrialist, Manhattan, (twelve duplicates,) 

Manhattan Enterprise 

The Kansas Telephone (monthly), Manhattan 

The Manhattan Republic 

Manhattan Daily Republic 

The Independent, Manhattan 

The Mercury, Manhattan 

The Golden Cresset (monthly), Manhattan .' 

The Journal of Mycology (ujonthly), Manhattan, (moved to Washington, D. C.,) 

The Saturday Signal, Manhattan 

The Signal, Manhattan 

The Midget, Manhattan 

Randolph Echo 

The Randolph Enterprise. 

The Independent, Riley Center 

The Riley Times 

The Riley Regent 

Leonardville Monitor 

Bala City Advance 

Rooks County. 
The Stockton News, and the Western News, (except 1881, see Plainville News,)... 

Rooks County Record, Stockton 

Stockton Democrat 

Stockton Eagle 

Stockton Academician (quarterly) 

The Teacher (monthly), Stockton 

Alliance Signal, Stockton 

The Plainville News, (moved from Stockton for one year,) 

The Plainville Press 

Plainville Echo 

Plainville Times 

Webster Eagle 

Webster Enterprise 

Woodston Saw and Register 

Cresson Dispatch 

Rush County. 

Rush County Progress, Rush Center, and La Crosse Eagle 

La Crosse Chieftain 

La Crosse Clarion 

La Crosse Democrat 

The Western Economist, La Crosse 

The Blade, Walnut City 

The Herald, Walnut City 

Walnut City Gazette, Rush Center 

The Democrat, Walnut City 

Walnut City News (daily). 

Rush Center Gazette 

Rush County News, Rush Center 

The McCracken Enterprise 

Russell, County. 

Russell County Record, Russell 

Russell County Advance, Russell 

Russell Independent "!..."!!....... 



Years. 



1884,1885 




1886-1892 




1887-1892 




1887,1888 




1887,1888 




1887 




1888,1889 




1890-1892 


2 


1888 


1 


1859-1862 


3 


1866-1868 


H 


1864-1868 


3 


1868-1870 


3 


1869-1892 


9 


1870-1892 


22 


1872 


1 


1872-1875 


3 


1875-1892 


18 


1876-1882 


6 


1881-1892 


12 


1882-1892 


11 


1887-1891 


8 


1883 


1 


1884-1892 


8 


1884,1885 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1888,1889 


1 


1890 


1 


1890 


1 


1882-1887 


5 


1888-1892 


4 


1879-1882 


2 


1887-1889 


2 


1889-1892 


3 


1884-1892 


9 


1890,1891 


1 


1876-1892 


15 


1879-1892 


13 


1885-1889 


4 


1887,1888 


1 


1888-1892 


3 


1891,1892 


1 


1891,1892 


2 


1881 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1884-1886 


2 


1886-1892 


7 


1885-1887 


2 


1888 


1 


1886-1889 


3 


1887,1888 


1 


1877,1878 


2 


1882-1892 


11 


1889-1892 


3 


1887-1891 


3 


1891,1892 


2 


1878-1882 


5 


1883-1886 


4 


1886-1888 


3 


1886-1888 


2 


1887,1888 


2 


1888-1890 


3 


1888-1891 


3 


1887-1892 


6 


1876-1892 


17 


1878 


1 


1879-1881 


2 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REFOBT. 



77 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Russell County — Concluded. 

The Russell Hawkeye 

Russell Live-Stock Journal, and Russell Journal.. 
Russell Review, and Democratic Review, Russell., 
Russell County School Signal (monthly), Russell.., 

Bunker Hill Advertiser 

Bunker Hill Banner 

Bunker Hill Banner (second) 

The Bunker Hill News 

Bunker Hill Gazette 

The Dorrance Nugget 

Luray Headlight 

The Lucas Advance 

Waldo Enterprise 



St. John County, (See Logan.) 
The Oakley Opinion 



Saline County. 

The Salina Herald 

Salina Daily Herald 

Saline County Journal, Salina 

Saline County Daily Journal, Salina 

Farmers' Advocate, Salina 

The Weekly Democrat, Salina 

Svenska Herolden, Salina 

The Salina Independent 

The Salina Republican 

Salina Daily Republican 

The Rising Sun, Salina 

The Salina Sun 

Wesleyan Advocate, Salina 

The Normal Register (quarterly and monthly), Salina 

Vade Mecum (monthly), Salina 

Woman's Mission Star, Salina 

Western Odd Fellow (monthly), Salina 

The Evening News, Salina 

Salina Gazette 

The Weekly Tidings, Salina 

The Sentinel, and Kansas Churchman (monthly), Salina.. 

The Salina Union 

The Salina Weekly News 

The Agora (quarterly), Salina 

Brook vi lie Independent 

Brookville Transcript 

Brookville Times 

The Earth, Brookville 

Chico Advertiser 

The Gypsum Banner 

Gypsum Valley Echo 

Gypsum Advocate 

Assaria Argus 



Scott County. 
Western Times, Scott City. 



Scott County News, Scott City . . 
Scott County Herald, Scott City. 

The Scott Sentinel, Scott City 

The Sentinel-Herald, Scott City. 
Scott County Lever, Scott City.... 

Grigsby City Scorcher 

The Pence Phonograph 



Sedgwick County. 
Wichita Vidette, (August 25, 1870, to March 11, 1871,). 



Wichita City Eagle, (1873-1876 lacking,). 

Wichita Daily Eagle 

Wichita Weekly Beacon 

The Wichita Daily Beacon, (the Evening News-Beacon, 1889- 

Wichita Herald 

Stern des Westens, Wichita 

National Monitor, Wichita 

Daily Republican, Wichita 

Wichita Republican 

Wichita Daily Times 

Sedgwick Jayhawker and Palladium, Wichita 

The New Republic, Wichita 



), 3 volumes,). 



Years. 


No. 




vols. 


1882,1883 


1 


1885-1892 


8 


1886-1888 


1 


1889-1892 


4 


1880,1881 


2 


1882,1883 


1 


1884,1885 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1888,1889 


1 


1886-1889 


2 


1887-1890 


3 


1888-1892 


5 


1888-1890^ 


2 



1885,1886 



1876-1892 
1887,1888 
1876-1892 
1887,1888 
1876-1879 
1878,1879 
1878-1881 
1882-1885 
1886-1892 
1888-1892 
1885-1889 
1889-1892 
1888,1889 
1885-1892 
1890,1891 
1889,1890 
1888-1891 
1889-1891 

1889 
1887-1892 
1888-1891 
1890-1892 

1891 
1891,1892 

1880 
1881-1890 
1887,1888 
1891,1892 
1886,1887 
1886,1887 
1886-1890 
1891,1892 
1887-1889 



1885,1886 
1886-1892 
1886-1888 
1886-1888 
1889,1890 
1891,1892 
1887 
1887-1889 



1870,1871 
1872-1892 
1884-1892 
1874-1892 
1884-1892 
1877-1879 

1879,1880 
1880,1881 
1880,1881 
1881-1884 
1882,1883 
1883-1890 



78 



State Histobical Society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Sedgwick Qov^ty— Concluded. 

Wichita Daily Evening Resident 

The Arrow, Wichita 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Wichita 

Wichita Herold 

The Wichita Citizen, Labor Union, Labor Union Press, and Independent. 

The Wichita District Advocate 

Sunday Growler, Wichita 

Wichita Daily Journal 

Wichita Daily Call 

Wichita Daily Globe 

Western Evangelist, Wichita 

The Leader (prohibition), Wichita, (see Topeka,) 

The Wichita Commercial 

The Mirror, Wichita , 

The Journal, Wichita , 

The Democrat, Wichita 

Wichita Opinion... 

Western Methodist, Wichita , 

The Leader (monthly), Wichita 

Wichita Newspaper Union, and Record , 

Kansas Commoner, Wichita 

The Kansas Star, Wichita 

The Wichita Price Current 

Cheney Journal 

The Cheney Weelcly Blade , 

The Cheney Herald 

Valley Center News 

The Mount Hope Mentor 

Clearwater Leader 

The Clearwater Sun 

The Colwich Courier 

Garden Plain Herald , 

The Weekly Report. Goddard 



Sequoyah County. (See Finney county.) 

The Garden City Paper 

The Irrigator, Garden City 

Seward County. 

The Prairie Owl, Fargo Springs 

Seward County Democrat, Fargo Springs.. 

The Fargo Springs News 

Springfield Transcript 

Springfield Soap-Box 

Springfield Republican 

Seward County Courant, Springfield 

Seward Independent 

The Arkalon News 

The Liberal Leader 

Southwest Chronicle, Liberal 

The Liberal Lyre , 



Shawnee County. 

Daily Kansas Freeman, Topeka, (October 24 to November 7,) 

The Kansas Tribune, Topeka 

Topeka Tribune, (two sets,) '. ..!!.".."!...............! 

The Topeka Tribune (second) 

Topeka Daily Tribune, (January 12 to March 1,) ....................*............*......., 

The Coneregational Record, Topeka, (see Douglas county.) 

Weekly Kansas State Record, Topeka, ( 1863-1867 lacking, 7 duplicates,) 

Daily Kansas State Record, Topeka, (January to June, 1870, lacking, 10 duplicates,) 

Fair Daily Record, Topeka, (duplicate volume,) 

The Kansas Farmer, monthly, (Topeka, vol. 1, 1863 and 1864, 3 numbers i'aeking; 
Lawrence, January, 1865, to July, 1867; Leavenworth, September, 1867, to Decem- 
ber, 1873; Topeka, weekly, since 1873, 8 duplicates,) 

Kansas Etlucational Journal, Topeka, (see Leavenworth county) 

Topeka Leader, (1866 and 1867, duplicates,) 

Commonwealth, daily, Topeka, (46 duplicates ; January 1, 1870, to February iiVisn'," 
lacking,) 

The Weekly Commonwealth, Topeka, ( 13 duplicates,).'.*."'.".".'.'.".'.'."'."..'.'.".".''.'.'."".' 

Tanner and Cobbler, Topeka 

Kansas Magazine (monthly), Topeka !.!...!!". 

Topeka Daily Blade, ( 1874 not published, 1 duplicate,) 

Topeka Weekly Blade „ 

Kansas State Journal (daily), Topeka 

Kansas Weekly State Journal, Topeka, ( lacking 1887-1891,')......"."..'.'...".".'.'. ".'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.".".".'.'.'.'.' 



1886 


2 


1886-1892 


7 


18S6-1892 


7 


188.5-1892 


7 


1886-1888 


2 


1886-1888 


1 


1886-1888 


2 


1887-1890 


7 


1887 


1 


1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1887-1889 


1 


1888-1892 


4 


1888-1890 


3 


1890 


1 


1889-1892 


2 


1889-1892 


3 


1890-1892 




1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


2 


1890-1892 


2 


1891,1892 


1 


1884-1886 


5 


1888-1890 


3 


1891,1892 


1 


1885-1890 


5 


1885-1892 


7 


1886-1888 


3 


1888-1890 


2 


1887-1892 


6 


1887,1888 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1879 


1 


1882 


1 


1885-1888 


2 


1886-1888 


3 


1886-1888 


2 


1886-1889 


3 


1887,1888 


1 


1889-1892 


4 


1887,1888 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1888-1892 


5 


1888-1890 


3 


1888-1890 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1855 


1 


1855-1858 


2 


1858-1861 


4 


1866,1867 


1 


1864 


1 


1859-1875 


16 


1868-1871 


8 


1871 


1 


1863-1892 


29 


1865-1869 


6 


1869-1888 


37 


1874-1888 


13 


1872 


1 


1872,1873 


4 


1873-1879 


10 


lh76-1879 


4 


1879-1892 


27 


1879-1892 


8 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



79 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 




Shawnee County — Continued. 

Kansas Democrat, Topeka 

Americaa Young Folks (monthly), Topeka , 

Times (daily), Topeka 

The Kansas Churchman (monthly), Topeka, ( 1883-1885, Lawrence,) 

Commercial Advertiser, Topeka 

Educational ( alendar (monthly), Topeka 

Colored Citizen, Topeka .• 

Der Courier, Topeka, (see Atchison.) 

The Daily Capital, Topeka , 

Weekly Capital and Farmers' Journal, Topeka 

Kansas Staats-Anzeiger, Topeka , 

The Kansas Methodist and Kansas Methodist-Chautauqua, Topeka, (mo. 1879, 1880, 

and weekly 1881-1886,) , 

The Topeka Tribune 

The Topeka Post (daily) 

The Whim-Wham, Topeka 

The Educationist, Topeka , 

Western School Journal (monthly), Topeka 

The Kansas Telegraph, Topeka 

Good Tidings, Topeka 

Daily Democrat and Daily btate Press, Topeka 

The Colored Patriot, Topeka , 

The Evening Herald, Topeka 

The Faithful Witness (semi-monthly), Topeka , 

The National Workman, Topeka 

Saturday Evening Lance, Topeka 

The Kansas Newspaper Union, Topeka 

The Topeka Tribune 

Anti-Monopolist, Topeka ., 

The Daily Critic, Topeka 

New Paths in the Far West (German monthly), Topeka 

Light ( Masonic monthly), Topeka 

The Kansas Knight and Soldier (semi-monthly), Topeka , 

The Spirit of Kansas, Topeka 

Western Baptist 

City and Farm Record and Real Estate Journal (monthly), Topeka 

The Kansas Law Journal, Topeka 

The Citizen (daily), Topeka , 

The Washburn Argo (monthly), Topeka 

The Washburn Reporter, Topeka 

The Argo-Reporter (monthly, weekly), Topeka 

The Kansas Democrat (daily), Topeka 

Our Messenger (monthly), Topeka 

Welcome, Music and Home Journal (monthly), Topeka 

Kansas Home (monthly), Topeka 

The Lantern, Topeka 

The Printer Girl, Topeka 

The Christian Citizen, Topeka 

The Association Reflector, Topeka 

The Kansas Financier, Topeka 

The Jeffersonian, Topeka , 

Villa Range, Topeka 

Sunday Ledger, Topeka 

The United Presbyterian (monthly), Topeka , 

The Topeka Republican 

The Western Veteran, Topeka 

The Advocate, Meriden, Topeka ; , 

The Alliance Tribune, Topeka 

Kansas Medical Journal, Topeka 

The Western Poultry Breeder, Topeka 

The Detective World (monthly), Topeka 

Kansas Church Tidings (monthly), Topeka 

The Grand Array Journal, Topeka 

Lucifer — the Light-Bearer (bi-weekly), Topeka 

Kansas Trade Journal (monthly and bi-monthly), Topeka 

The Budget, and Budget and News, Topeka 

The Farmer's Wife (monthly), Topeka 

The Times-Observer (colored), Topeka 

Daily Topics, Topeka 

The Western Odd Fellow (monthly), Topeka 

Merchants' Weekly Journal, Topeka 

The Topeka Call (colored) 

The Daily Sentinel, Topeka 

Topeka Times, North Topeka, (March, 1873, to February, 1874, lacking,) 

North Topeka Times , 

North Topeka Daily Argus, and Times 

The Evening Republic, North Topeka 

North Topeka Mail , 

—6 



1874-1882 
1876-1882 

1876 
1876-1887 

1877 
1877,1878 
1878,1879 

1879-1892 
1883-1892 
1879-1881 

1879-1888 
1880,1881 

1880 
1880,1881 
1880-1884 
1885-1892 
1881-1892 
1881-1886 
1881,1882 

1882 

1882 
1882-1886 

1882 
1883-1892 
1883-1892 
1883-1885 
1883,1884 

1884 
1884,1886 
1884-1889 
1884-1889 
1884-1892 
1884-1889 
1884-1889 
1885-1887 
1885,1886 
1885-1891 
1887-1892 

1892 
1886-1892 
1886-1892 
1885-1888 
1886-1888 
1887,1888 



1888-1891 
1888-1891 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1890,1891 
1890,1891 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 

1892 
1871-1874 
1876-1885 
1880,1881 

1882 
1882-1892 



80 



State histobigal society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Years. 



No. 
vols. 



Shawnee County — Concluded. 

North Topeka Daily Courier 

The North Topeka News 

News (daily), North Topeka 

Kansas Valley Times, Rossville 

The Rossville News 

Carpenter's Kansas Lyre, Rossville , 

The Rossville Times 

Silver Lake News 

The Future (monthly), Richland 

Potwin Tribune, Poiwin Place 

Oakland News 

Shawnee county dailies, short lived, vol. 1: Topeka Daily Times, North Topeka, 
Nov. 6. 1878; The Tattler, Topeka, Feb. 13 to 22, 1879; The Daily Pantagraph, To- 
peka, Jan. 5 to 21, 1881 ; The North Topeka Daily Courier, July 1 to Oct. 17, 1888; 
The Topeka Daily Mail, North Topeka, Mar. 1 and 2,1888; The Daily Leader, 
Topeka, Oct. 6 to Nov. 3, 1888 ; The Daily Sunflower, North Topeka, Oct. 19 to 
Nov. 5, 1888; Topeka Daily Globe, July 15 to Aug. 2, 1889; The Dailv Epworthian, 
Topeka, June 21 to 30, 1892; Daily Truth, Topeka, Oct. 28 to Nov. 7, 1892 



Shawnee county weeklies and monthlies, short lived, vol. 1: Star of Empire 
(monthly), Topeka, July, 1870; Kansas Advertiser and Agriculturist (monthly), 
Topeka, May to June, 1876; Bazaar News (monthly), Topeka, April, 1877; The 
Free Discussion (monthly), Topeka and Eskridge, Aug. 20, 1878; Sept., 1879; Jan., 
1880, to Aug., 1881 ; Jan., 1886, to Feb., 1887; The Liberal Advocate, Topeka, Oct. 
14 to 28, 1879; The Living Age, Topeka, Oct. 8 to Nov. 5, 1880; Religious Evolu- 
tionist (monthly), Topeka, Mar., 1881; The Western Reform Advocate, Topeka, 
Aug. 28, 1882; Railway Telegraph College, Topeka, Oct. 15, 1882; Saturday Night, 
Topeka, Nov. 11 to Dec. 2, 1882; Chips, Topeka, Apr, 28, 1883; The Mayflower, To- 
peka, Mar. 16, 1883; Fire and Hammer (monthly). North Topeka, Nov., 1883, to 
Aug., 1885; Church & Co.'s Monthly, Topeka, Apr. and May, 1884; The Watch- 
word (monthly), Topeka, July, 1885; The Budget, Topeka, Nov. 15, 1884, to Jan. 5, 
1888; The Boycotter, Topeka, Dec. 25, 1885, to Feb. 19, 1886; Our Herald, North 
Topeka, Jan. 9, 1885; Topeka Business College Journal ( bi-monthly), Sept., 1885, 
to Nov. 15, 1889; The Kansas Democrat, Topeka, Feb. 4 to 13, 1886; The Kansas 
Home, Topeka, Feb. 15, 1886, to Dec. 13. 1890 ; The Topeka Trade Gazette (monthly), 
Aug. and Sept., 1886, and The Kansas Journal of Commerce (monthly), Topeka, 
Oct., 1887, to May, 1889 ; The Little Messenger, Topeka, Nov. 2, 1886 ; The Season 
Signal ., monthly), Topeka, Dec. 20, 1886; Apr. 15, 1887; Sept., 1888; Sept., 1889; 
The Bee (monthly), Topeka, Aug., 1887, to Apr., 1888; Topeka Argus (weekly and 
monthly), May 18, 1888; May and June, 1889; Topeka Bulletin, North Topeka, 
Nov. 29 to Dec. 27, 1888 ; H. M. Washburn's Christmas Courier, Topeka, 1888 

Shawnee county weeklies and monthlies, short lived, vol. 2: The Silver Lake Echo, 
Jan. 26 and Feb. 9 1889; The Topeka Commercial Bulletin (monthly), May, 1889; 
The Monthly Messenger, Topeka, Dec, 1889; Kansas Siftings (monthly), Topeka, 
June, 1889. to Apr. 22, 1890; The Potwin Tribune, Potwin Place, Sept. 28, 1889. to 
Sept. 26, 1890; Our State, Topeka, Oct. 12, 1889, to Feb. 15, 1890; Monday Morning 
Herald, Topeka, Oct. 28 to Dec. 23, 1889; Topeka Signal (monthly), Nov. and Dec, 
1889; Ham and Eggs, or the Hog and the Hen (monthly), Topeka, July, 1890. to 
Feb., 1891; The Detective World (monthly), Topeka, Aug., 1890, to June, 1891; 
The Oakland Item, Dec. 21, 1889, to Mar. 29, 1890; Kansas Church Tidings 
(monthly), Topeka, Feb. 21, 1890. to July 18, 1891 ; The Bee, Topeka, Mar. 30 to 
Aug. 31, 1890; The Illustrated Companion, Topeka, Aug. 21, 1890; The Oratorious 
(occasional), Topeka, Jan. to Sept., 1891 ; The Independent, Topeka, Feb. 27 and 
Mar. 13, 1891 ; The Boanerges Reporter, Topeka, Mar. 21 to May 2, 1891 ; American 
Buyer and Seller ( monthly), Topeka. Nov and Dec, 1891 ; The Sumner Times ( bi- 
monthly). Topeka. Nov. 24 to Dec. 22, 1891 ; New Age, Topeka, (Ist.) vol. 1, No. 1, 
Feb. 13, 1892; (2d,) vol.1, No. 1, Feb. 27, 1892 



Sheridan County. 

Sheridan County Tribune, Kenneth 

Weekly Sentinel, Kenneth and Hoxie... 

Democrat, Kenneth and Hoxie 

The Hoxie Palladium , 

The Sheridan County Democrat, Hoxie. 

Sheridan Times 

Selden Times 



Sherman County. 
The New Tecumseh, Gandy, Leonard, and Itasca., 



1887,1888 
1888-1892 

1888 
1879-1882 
1883,1884 
1884-1888 
1888-1892 

1882 
1885-1887 
1889,1890 
1890-1892 



Sherman County Republican and Republic, Itasca, Sherman Center, and Goodland., 

Sherman Center News, Sherman Center and Goodland 

The Goodland News 

Voltaire Adviser .....\... 

Sherman County News, Voltaire 

Sherman County Dark Horse, Eustis and Goodland .........*.......!!!."*.". 



1884-1892 
1885-1891 
1891,1892 
1892 
1887,1888 



1886,1887 
1887-1892 
1885,1886 
1886-1888 
1886-1892 



Eighth biennial Report. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Continued. 




Sherman CovsmY — Concluded. 

Sherman County Democrat, Eustis 

State Line Register, Lamborn 

Sherman County P'armer, Goodland 

Smith County. 

Smith County Pioneer, Smith Centre 

The Daily Pioneer, Smith Centre 

The Kansas Free Press, Smith Centre 

Smith County Record, Smith Centre... 

Smith County Weekly Bulletin, Smith Centre 

The Pioneer-Bulletin, Smith Centre 

The Bazoo, Smith Centre 

Stewart's Bazoo, Smith Centre 

Northwest Expositor (monthly). Downs, Cawker City, Smith Centre, 

Smith County Journal, Smith Centre 

Light of Liberty (monthly). Smith Centre, Lebanon 

Gay lord Herald 

The Toiler and Independent, Harlan 

The Harlan Weekly Chief 

The Harlan Advocate 

The Harlan Enterprise 

The Cedarville Telephone 

The Cedarville Review 

Cedarville Globe 

The Dispatch, Reamsville 

The People's Friend, Reamsville and Athol 

The Cora Union 

The Lebanon Criterion 

Lebanon .Journal .-.. 

The Union Labor Trumpet, Kensington 

The Kensington Mirror 

The Athol News 

Stafford County. 

Stafford County Herald, Stafford, (1887 and 1888 lacking,) 

Stafford County Republican, Stafford 

Stafford County Democrat, Stafford... 

The Weekly Telegram, Stafford 

The Alliance Herald, Stafford 

Plain Truth, Stafford 

The Alliance Herald, Stafford 

The St. John Advance 

The .^un, St. John 

County Capital, St. John 

Stafford County Rustler, St. John 

St. John Weekly News 

The Stafford County Bee, Milwaukee 

The Macksville Times 

Macksville Telephone 

The Macksville Independent 

The Cassoday Herald 

The Cassoday Mirage 

Seward Independent 

Stanton County. 

Veteran Sentinel, and Johnson City and Syracuse Sentinel 

The Johnson City World 

Stanton County Eclipse, Johnson City 

Johnson City Journal 

Stanton Telegram, Gognac and Johnson City 

Stanton County Republican, Johnson City 

Johnson City Sun • 

The Mltchellville Courier 

The Border Rover, Borders 

Stevens County. 

Hugo Herald, Hugoton 

Hugoton Hermes 

Woodsdale Democrat 

Woodsdale Sentinel 

Stevens County Tribune, Woodsdale 

Dermot Enterprise 

The Voorhees Vindicator 

Zella Gazette and Moscow Review 



1887-1889 
1888-1890 
1890-1892 



1876-1890 
1887,1888 
1879-1881 
1882,1883 
1881-1890 
1890-1892 
1885-1889 
1889-1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1879-1892 
1879,1880 
1884,1885 
1885-1887 
1887,1888 
1883 
1884,1885 
1886-189C 
1884-1886 
1887,1888 
1886,1887 
1887-1892 
1889-1892 
1888-1890 
1888-1892 



1879-1892 
1886-1890 
1885-1888 



1889 
1890-1892 
1880-1892 
1885-1888 
1887-1892 
1889,1890 
1888-1892 
1882,1883 
1886-1888 
1889,1890 
1891,1892 
1886,1887 
1887-1889 
1889,1890 



1887,1888 
1888-1892 
1888,1889 
1889,1890 
1891,1892 
1887,1888 
1887-1889 



1887-1890 
1887-1889 
1889-1892 
1890-1892 
1887,1888 
1887-1890 
1887,1888 



82 



STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Sumner County. 

Sumner County Press, Wellington 

Wellington Daily Press 

Sumuer County Democrat, Wellington 

The Wellington Semi-Weekly Vidette 

The Wellinglonian, Wellington 

The Wellington Democrat , 

Sumner County Standard, Wellington 

Daily Standard, Wellington 

The Daily Postal Card, Wellington , 

The Republican, Wellington 

The Wellington Monitor 

The Monitor-Press, Wellington 

Kansas Weather (Observer, Wellington 

Wellington Morning Quid Nunc (daily) 

Wellington Quid Nunc 

Wellington Daily Telegram 

The Christian Reminder, Wellington 

The Daily Mail, Wellington 

Wellington Gazette (daily) , 

The Methodist News, Wellington 

The Public School Journal, The Weekly Journal, Wellington 

Oxford Independent , 

Oxford Reflex and Weekly , 

The Mocking Bird, Oxford 

The Oxford Register 

Caldwell Post 

Caldwell Journal 

Caldwell Commercial 

Caldwell Daily Journal 

Oklahoma War Chief, Wichita, January 12 to March 9, 1883; Geuda Springs, March 
23 to July 19, 1883; Oklahoma Territory, April 26 and May 3, 1884; Arkansas City, 
May 10, 1884; <ieuda Springs, August 30, 1884; South Haven, October 23 to Decem- 
ber 4, 1884; Arkansas City, February 3 to June 11, 1885; Caldwell, June 18, 1885, 
to August 12, 1885 

Caldwell Standard 

The Free Press, Caldwell 

Times, ("aid well 

The Caldwell News (daily and weekly) 

The Industrial Age, Caldwell , 

Geuda Springs Herald. 

Belle Plaiue News 

The Kansas Odd Fellow, Belle Plaine 

The Resident, Belle Plaine 

Mulvane Herald ; 

Mulvane Record 

The Mulvane Graphic 

Argonia Clipper 

People's Voice, Argonia 

Conway Springs Star 

The Weekly News, South Haven 

The South Haven New Era 

The South Haven Rustler 

The Patrick Henry, South Haven 

The Milan Press 

Thomas County. 

Thomas County Cat, Colby 

The Democrat, Colby 

The Free Press, Colby 

The Colby Tribune.. 

The Hastings and Brewster Gazette 

The Brewster Gazette 

Trego County. 

The Wa Keeney Weekly World. 

Kansas Leader, Wa Keeney *" 

Trego County Tribune, Wa Keeney 

Trego County Gazette, Wa Keeney 

Trego County Republican, Wa Keeney .!.......... 

Globe, Cyrus 

Wabaunsee County. 

The Wabaunsee County Herald, Alma 

The Alma Weekly Union 

Wabaunsee County News, Alma " 

The Blade, Alma 



Years. 


No. 




vols. 


1873-1892 


19 


1886,1887 


3 


1877-1879 


3 


1879 




1881-1885 


5 


1882-1884 


2 


1881-1892 


8 


1887-1889 


5 


1886,1887 


2 


1886 


1 


1886-1892 


6 


1892 


1 


1886 


1 


1887,1888 


3 


1887,1888 


1 


1887 


1 


1888-1891 


2 


1889-1892 


5 


1889,1890 


2 


1890-1892 


1 


1891,1892 


1 


1876-1879 


4 


1880,1881 


1 


1888-1892 


5 


1884-1888 


4 


1879-1883 


5 


1883-1892 


10 


1880-1883 


3 


1887 


1 


1883-1886 


3 


1884 


1 


1885,1886 


1 


1886,1887 




1887-1892 


5 


1887-1889 


1 


1882-1892 


10 


1879-1892 


13 


1882,1883 


1 


1885,1886 


2 


1880-1882 


2 


1885-1892 


8 


1891,1892 


1 


1884-1892 


9 


1890-1892 


2 


1885-1892 


7 


1885,1886 


1 


1886-1892 


7 


1889,1890 


1 


1890,1891 


1 


1892 


1 


1885-1891 


6 


1886-1888 


2 


1889-1892 


3 


1888-1892 


5 


1888 


1 


1889,1890 


2 


1879-1892 


14 


1879,1880 


1 


1885-1889 


5 


1887,1888 


1 


1889 


1 


1882,1883 


1 


1869-1871 


2 


1«71,1872 


1 


1876-1892 


17 


1877,1878 


1 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICilLLS, KANSAS— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Wabaunsek Qov^ty — Concluded. 

Wabaunsee County Herald, Alma 

The Aliua Enterprise 

The Alma Signal 

The Laud-Mark, Eskridge, (not published from December, 1874, to June I 

The Hoiue Weekly, Eskridge 

The Eskridge Star. 



Wabaunsee County Democrat, Eskridge 

Free Discussion, monthly, Eskridge, (^ bee Shaw 

The Alia Vista Register 

The Alta Vista Bugle 

The Alta Vista Record 

The Paxico Courier 



nee county, Topeka.) 



Wallace County. 

Wallace County Register, Wallace 

Wallace County News 

Wallace Weekly Herald 

Wallace County Gazette, Wallace 

The Western Times, Sharon Springs. 

Sharon Springs Leader 

The Weskansan, Weskan , 



Washington County. 
Western Observer, and Washington Republican, (broken files,). 



Washington Republican and Watchman. 

Washington Republican 

Washington County Register, Washington 

The VVa^hington County Daily Register, Washington. 

Weekly Post, Washington 

Washington Daily Post 

Washington Daily Times 

Western Independent, Hanover 

Washington County Sun, and Hanover Democrat 

The Hanover Democrat 

Grit, Hanover 

The Clifton Localist 

Clifton Journal and Review 

Clifton Heview 

The Local News, and The Semi-Weekly News, Clifton. 

The Greenleaf Journal 

The Greenleaf Independent 

The Independent-Journal, Greenleaf. 

Greenleaf Journal 

Greenleaf Herald 

The Haddam Weekly Clipper 

The New Era, Haddam 

Haddam Politician 

Palmer Weekly Globe 

Palmer Pioneer 

The Barnes Enterprise 

The Record, Hollenberg 

The Linn (iazette 

Linn Local Record , 



Wichita County. 

Wichita Standard, Bonasa and Leoti City 

Leoti Lance 

Wichita County Democrat, Leoti City 

The Leoti Transcript, Leoti City 

The Western Farmer, Leoti 

The Western Kansan, Leoti 

Wichita County Herald, Coronado 

The Coronado Star 

Wichita County Farmer, Coronado, Farmer City, and Leoti. 
The Selkirk Graphic 



Wilson County. 

Wilson County Citizen, Fredonia 

Fredonia Tribune 

Fredonia Democrat 

The Times, Fredonia 

Fredonia Chronicle 

Amicus Life-Line, (monthly,) Fredonia. 

The Alliance Herald, Fredonia 

Neodesha Free Press 

Neodesha Gazette 



1879-1F81 


2 


1884-1892 


8 


1889-1892 


3 


1878-1883 


2 


1881-1888 


7 


1883-1892 


9 


1886 


1 


1887-1889 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1890-li>92 


3 


1888,1889 


1 


1886-1890 


4 


1886,1887 


1 


1888,1889 


1 


1890-1892 


3 


1886-1892 


6 


1887-1890 


4 


1888-1892 


4 


1869,1870 


1 


1870,1871 


2 


1876-1892 


17 


1881-1892 


11 


1884,1885 


2 


1883-1892 


9 


1887 


1 


1887,1888 


1 


1876,1877 


2 


1878 


1 


1878-1892 


15 


1884-1885 


1 


1878 


1 


1878-1880 


3 


1881-1892 


11 


1885-1890 


5 


1881-1883 


3 


1882,1883 


1 


1883-1887 


4 


1887-1892 


5 


1883-1889 


6 


1883-1892 


9 


1886,1887 


1 


1889 


1 


1884 


1 


1888-1890 


3 


1885-1892 


7 


1889 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1885-1892 


7 


1886,1887 


1 


1886,1887 


1 


1887-1890 


2 


1889,1890 


2 


1891,1892 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1886-1888 


1 


1888 


1 


1889-1891 


1 


1870-1892 


23 


1878,1879 


1 


1882-1890 


9 


1883-1885 


1 


1885-1888 


3 


1891,1892 


1 


1891,1892 


2 


1876-1882 


7 


1881,1882 


1 



84 



STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPER FILES AND PERIODICALS, KANSAS — Concluded. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Wilson ComiTY— Concluded. 

Neodesha Register 

Neodesha Independent 

Wilson County Sun, Neodesha 

Altoona Advopate 

Altoona Journal 

Thp Benedict Echo 

Buffalo Clipper. 

Buffalo Express 

The Buflfalo Advocate 

The Coyville Press... 

•VooDSON County. 

Woodson County Post, Neosho Falls 

Neosho Falls Post 

Woodson County Republican and Independent, Neosho Fails 

Weekly News, Yates Center, and The Yates Center News 

, Yates Center Argus....'. 

Woodson Democrat, Yates Center 

The Sun and Independent-Sun, Yates Center 

Yates Center Tribune 

The Farmers' Advocate, Yates Center 

The Toronto Topic 

Register, Toronto 

The Toronto Republican 

Wyandotte County. 

Quindaro Chindowan 

Wyandotte Gazette, (1869 and 1873 lacking,) 

Wyandotte Herald, (1878 lacking,) , 

The Pioneer, Kansas City 

The Kansas Pilot, Kansas City , 

The Stock Farm and Home Weekly, Kansas City 

The Spy, Kansas City 

The Kawsmouth Pilot, Wyandotte 

Equitable Aid Advocate (monthly), Wyandotte 

Wyandotte Republican (daily and weekly) 

The Wyandotte Chief. 

Kansas Pioneer, Wyandotte 

The Globe and The Sun and Globe, Kansas City 

Light, Kansas City ; 

The Kansas City Daily Gazette 

The Kansas City Gazette 

The Kansas Weekly Cyclone, Kansas City 

The Naturalist, Kansas City 

The Chronicle, Kansas City 

Kansas Herold (German), Kansas City 

The Kansas Catholic, Leavenworth and Kansas City .* 

The Weekly Press, Kansas City 

The Kansas City Sun 

The American Citizen, Kansas City 

Cromwell's Kansas Mirror, Kansas City 

Der Waechter, Kansas City 

The Wasp, Kosedale 

Rosednle Record. 

Rosedale Era 

Argentine Republic 

The Argentine Advocate 

The Labor Review, Argentine 

Argentine Eagle 

Cromwell's Kansas Mirror, Armourdale, (see Kansas City,) 



Years. 



1883-1892 


9 


1887,1888 




1891,1892 


2 


1886,1887 


1 


1887-1893 


6 


1886-1890 


3 


1887 


1 


1888 


1 


1889-1892 


4 


1887,1888 


1 


1873-1883 


10 


1883-1892 


10 


1886,1887 


1 


1877-1892 


16 


1882,1883 


2 


1884-1892 


8 


1886-1888 


2 


1889 


1 


1891,1892 


2 


1883-1888 


5 


1886,1887 


1 


18^-1892 


4 


1857,1858 


1 


1866-1888 


19 


1872-1892 


20 


1878-1880 


3 


1879-1881 


2 


1880 


1 


1881,1882 


1 


1881 


1 


1881-1883 


3 


1881,1882 


2 


1883-1885 


2 


1883-1889 


5 


1884-1886 


2 


1884-1886 


1 


1887-1892 


12 


1889-1892 


4 


1887,1888 


1 


1889,1890 


1 


1890-1892 


2 


1890 


1 


1890-1892 


3 


1890-1892 


3 


1891,1892 


2 


1891,1892 


2 


1891,1892 


2 


1892 




1884,1885 




1888 




1889,1890 




1887-1892 




1888 




1891,1892 




1892 




1887-1890 


8 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES. 



NEWSPAPERS. 


Years. 


No. 
vols. 


Alabama. 
The Nationalist, Mobile 


1865-1868 

1889-1891 
1889-1892 


3 


Alaska. 
The Alaska Free Press, Juneau 


? 


The Alaskan, Sitka 


3 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



85 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Arizona. 
Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner, Prescott 

Arkansas. 

The Jacksonian, Heber 

The Rainbow, Eureka Springs , 

California. 

California Teacher, San Francisco 

Overland Monthly, San Francisco (f. s.) '. 

Overland Monthly, San Francisco (s. s.) 

San Francisco Weekly Post 

The Alaska Appeal, San Francisco 

The Pacific Rural Press, San Francisco 

California Patron and Agriculturist, San Francisco 

The California Prohibitionist, San Francisco 

American Sentinel, Oakland , 

Signs of the Times, Oakland 

Pacific Health Journal (monthly), Oakland , 

The West American Scientist (monthly), San Diego , 

The Orange Belt (monthly), Alessandro, (Riverside P. 0.,) , 

California miscellaneous newspapers 

Colorado. 

Silver World, Lake City 

Hinsdale Phonograph, Lake City , 

Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver 

The Rocky Mountain Presbyterian, Denver and Cincinnati 

Denver Daily Tribune 

The Denver Republican (daily) 

The Queen Bee (monthly), Denver 

Colorado School .Journal, Denver 

The Commonwealth (monthly), Denver 

The Great Divide (monthly), Denver 

The Denver Press 

The Gunnison Review (weekly) 

The Gunnison Daily and Tri-Weekly Review-Presa 

Gunnison Tribune 

Mountain Mail (semi-weekly), Salida 

Grand Junction News , 

Grand Valley Star, Grand Junction , 

White Pine Cone 

The Otero County Eagle, La Junta 

The Otero County Republican, La Junta 

Law and Gospel (monthly), Springfield 

The FruitaStar 

The West Side Citizen, Villa Park, Colfax 

The Edgewood Sun, Colorado Springs 

The Idaho Springs News 

Connecticut. 

The Connecticut Courant, Hartford 

Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, Hartford 

Travelers Record (monthly), Hartford 

Hartford Seminary Record (bi-monthly) 

Middlesex Gazette, Middletown, (1804, 1805, and 1817,) 

Silliman's Journal of Science and Arts, New Haven, vols. 1 and 37 to 48 (bi-monthly) 

Connecticut Common School Journal, New Britain 

The Connecticut Valley Advertiser, Moodus 

Dakota. (See North and South Dakota.) 

Dakota Teacher, Huron 

Bismarck Weekly Tribune 

Pierre Daily Capital 

District op Columbia. 

Kendall's Expositor, Washington 

The National Era, Washington , 

The Council Fire, Washington 

The Alpha, Washington 

The Washington World 

National Tribune, Washington, (1885 and 1887 lacking,) 

United States Government publications, monthly catalogue, Washington 

The Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office, Washington , 

Public Opinion, Washington and New York , 

The American Anthropologist (quarterly), Washington , 



1890-1892 
1891,1892 



1865 
1868-1875 
1883-1892 
1879-1888 
1879,1880 
1882-1890 
1886-1888 
1889,1890 
1886-1889 
1886-1892 
1886-1892 
1887-1892 
1891,1892 



1878-1892 
1879,1880 

1884 
1887-1892 
1887-1890 
1887-1889 
1889-1891 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1880,1881 
1882-1891 
1891,1892 
1880-1892 

1884 
1890-1892 
1884-1892 
1889,1890 
1890,1891 
1886-1890 
1889,1890 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 



1796-1799 
1876-1892 
1886-1892 
1890-1892 
1804-1817 
1818-1869 
1864,1865 



1885,1886 

1887-1890 

1890 



1841 
1847-1859 
1879-1882 
1881-1888 
1882-1884 
1888-1892 
1885-1892 
1885-1892 
1887-1892 
1888-1892 



86 



State histobigal society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



No. 
vols. 



District of Columbia — Concluded. 

The Washington Book Chronicle (occasional) 

The Woman's Tribune, Washington, and Beatrice, Neb 

The National Bulletin (monthly), Washington , 

National Farm and Fireside, Washington 

U. S. Official Postal Guide, Washington 1880 

Florida. 

The Florida Dispatch, Farmer, and Fruit Grower, Jacksonville 

The Advertiser, Apopka 

The Monthly Bulletin, Tallahassee 

Georgia. 

Southern Industrial Record (monthly), Atlanta 

Atlanta Constitution 

Spelman Messenger (monthly), Atlanta 

Illinois. 

Illinois Teacher (monthly), Chicago 

Religio-Philosophical Journal, Chicago, (1878 to 1890, lacking,) 

National Sunday School Teacher (monthly), Chicago 

Land Owner, Chicago 

Chicago Advance, (files for 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1877, 1879, 1884, and one duplicate,) 

The Inter-Ocean, Chicago 

Semi-Weekly Inter-Ocean, Chicago 

Faith's Record (monthly), Chicago 

Commercial Advertiser, Chicago 

American Antiquarian (quarterly), Chicago 

Weekly Drovers' Journal, Chicago 

Industrial World and Commercial Advertiser, Chicago 

Industrial World and Iron Worker, Chicago 

The Standard, Chicago 

Farmers' Review, Chicago 

Chicago Journal of Commerce 

The Dial (monthly), Chicago 

The Western Trail (quarterly), Chicago 

The Hebrew Student (monthly), Chicago 

Brown and Holland's Short-Hand News (monthly), Chicago 

The Watchman (semi-monthly), Chicago, (see Young Men's Era,) 

The Weekly Magazine, Chicago 

The New Era, Chicago 

The Old Testament Student (monthly), Chicago 

The Weeiily News, Chicago 

Svenska Amerikanaren, Chicago 

The Unitarian (monthly), Chicago 

The Union Signal, Chicago 

The Penman's Gazette (monthly), Chicago and New York 

Pravada (monthly and weekly), Chicago 

The Western Trail (monthly), Chicago 

Gaskell's Magazine (monthly), Chicago 

The Open Court, Chicago 

The Comrade (bi-monthly), Chicago 

Soldier and Citizen (monthly), Chicago 

The National Educator (monthly), Chicago 

The Kindergarten, Chicago 

The Chicago Express 

Newspaper Union (monthly), Chicago 

Unity, Chicago 

National Journalist (monthly), Chicago 

The Inland Printer (monthly), Chicago 

Humane Journal (monthly), Chicago ^ 

The Monist (quarterly), Chicago 

Young Men's Era, Chicago 

National Reveille, Chicago 

The Lever, Chicago. 

National Stenographer (monthly), Chicago.. 

Columbia, Chicago 

The Young Crusader (monthly), Chicago 

The Orange Judd Farmer, Chicago 

The Graphic, Chicago 

National W. C. T. U. Bulletin, Evanston 

The Odd Fellows' Herald (semi-monthly), Bloomington 

The Western Plowman (monthly), Moline 

The Grange News, River Forest 

The Gospel Messenger, Mt. Morris 



1889-1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1886-1892 



1885-1892 

1890 

1889-1891 



1885-1892 
1887,1888 
1888-1892 



864,1865 
868-1892 
869-1881 
870-1873 
872-l}»84 
874-1881 
879-1892 
874-1881 
877-1879 
878-1892 
879-1892 
880-1882 
{^82-1892 
880-1892 
880,1881 

1881 
881-1892 
882-1891 

1882 
«82-1884 
882-1890 
882-1885 
883-1885 
883-1886 
884-1886 
885-1892 
886,1887 
886-1892 

1886 
886-1892 
886-1890 
887,1888 
887-1892 
887,1888 
889,1890 
887,1888 
888-1892 
888-1892 
888-1892 
889,1890 
889-1892 
889-1892 
889-1892 
890-1892 
890-1892 
890-1892 
890-1892 
891,1892 
891,1892 
891,1892 
891,1892 
891,1892 
889-1891 
883-1892 
885-1892 
885,1886 
889-1892 



Eighth biennial Report. 



87 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 




Indian Territory. 
The Cherokee Advocate, Tahlequah. 



The Cheyenne Transporter, Darlington. 

Indian C'hieftain, Vinita 

Miueo Minstrel... 

The Teriitorial Topic, Purcell 

Purcell Register 



Indiana. 

Indiana State Journal, Indianapolis 

The Millstone and The Corn Miller (monthly), Indianapolis.. 

Western Snortsman, Indianapolis 

Western Horseman, Indianapolis , 

American Tribune, Indianapolis 

American Nonconformist, Indianapolis 

Our Herald, La Fayette 

Mennonitische Rundschau, Elkhart 

Indiana Student (monthly), Bloomington 



Iowa. 

Davenport Gazette , 

The Weekly Hawk-Eye, Burlington 

The Burlington Hawk-Eye (daily) 

The Iowa Historical Record (quarterly), Iowa City. 

The Christna (semi-monthly), Tabor . 

The Brethren Evangelist, Waterloo , 



Kentucky. 

Weekly Courier-Journal, Louisville 

Southern Bivouac (monthly), Louisville 

Louisiana. 
South- Western Christian Advocate, New Orleans.. 

The Times-Democrat (daily). New Orleans 

The Sugar Bowl and Farm Journal, New Orleans. 

Maine. 

Oxford Observer, Paris 

Oxford Democrat, Paris 

Maine Advertiser, Norway 

The Kennebec Journal, Augusta 

First Maine Bugle (quarterly), Rockland 



Maryland. 

Johns Hopkins University Circular, Baltimore, (1882 and 1884 lacking,) 

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science (monthly), 

Baltimore 

Jottings (monthly), Baltimore 

The American Journal of Psychology, Baltimore (quarterly), (moved to Worcester, 



Massachusetts. 

The Boston Chronicle, December 21, 1767, to December 19, 1768 

Federal Orrery, Boston, October 20, 1794, to April 18, 1796, and scattering duplicates 
from October 20, 1794, to October 12, 1795 

Massachusetts Mercury, Boston, May 11, 1798, to August 9, 1799 

The Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertizer, Boston, from January 1, 
1798, to December 17, 1801 

The Independent Chronicle, Boston, December 21, 1801, to December 30, 1804 

Boston Patriot, from April 7, 1809, to September 12, 1810; from March 2 to December 
25, 1811; from March 14, 1812, to September 8, 1813; and scattering duplicates from 
March 3, 1809, to March 10, 1813 

Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot (semi-weekly), January 11, 1832, to Au- 
gust 10, 1837 

Columbian Centinel and Massachusetts Federalist, Boston, from June 29, 1799, to 
August 31, 1805 ; from January 3, 1807, to October 3, 1810 ; from January 2, 1811, to 
July 1, 1812; and scattering duplicates from February 28, 1801, to December 29, 
1802 

Boston Gazette, from January 9 to October 29, 1804; from August 19, 1815, to August 
19, 1816; from December 27, 1817, to December 25, 1819; from April 23, 1827, to No- 
vember 28, 1828 

Boston Commercial Gazette (daily), from December 29, 1817, to December 25, 1819.... 

Boston Spectator, from January 4, 1814, to February 5, 1815 

North American Review, Boston, ( Nos. 3-6, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21 and 130 lacking,) 

The Missionary Herald, Boston, vols. 17-80 



1881-1892 
1883-1886 
1884-1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 



1878-1892 
1884-1892 
1891 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1882,1883 
1886-1892 



1878 
1881-1885 
1882-1885 
1885-1892 
1889-1891 
1891,1892 



1878-1880 
1886.1887 



1879-1892 
1883-1885 
1891,1892 



1824-1826 
1871-1876 
1872-1875 
1889-1892 
1891,1892 



1879-1892 

1882-1892 
1887,1888 



1794-1796 
1798,1799 



1798-1801 
1801-1804 



1809-1813 
1832-1837 



1804-1828 
1817-1819 
1814,1815 
1815-1890 
1821-1884 



ss 



State Histobigal society. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued, 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Massachusetts — Continued. 

New England Galaxy, Boston, from October 31, 1823, to December 26, 1828; and scat- 
tering duplicates from October 15, 1824. to April 6, 1827 

Christian Examiner, Boston, vols. 1-19, 1824-1836, and 16 vols, between 1840 and 1867 

Quarterly Register and Journal of the American Education Society, Boston, (1830 
published at Audover,) 

Boston Recorder, from January 2, 1832, to December 25, 1835 

The Liberator, Boston, (lacking 1834-1837 and 1839,) 

Abolitionist, Boston 

Evening Journal, Boston, from Jan. 3, 1837, to Dec. 30, 1843; from Jan. 4 to Dec. 30, 
1814; and from Feb. 4 to Dec. 30, 1845 

The Commonwealth (daily), Boston, from Jan. 1 to July 3, 1851 ; and from Jan. 1 to 
Sept. 21, 1854 

The Commonwealth, Boston, from Sept. 1, 1866, to Aug. 28, 1869 

Youth's Companion, Boston, from Oct. 21, 1852, to April 17, 1856, and 1886-1890 

Evening Telegram (daily), Boston, from Sept. 27, 1854, to March 31, 1855 

Quarterly Journal of the American Unitarian Association, Boston 

Monthly Journal of the American Unitarian Association, Boston 

Anglo-Saxon, Boston, from Jan. 5 to Dec. 16, 1856 

The Atlantic Monthly, Boston, vols. 1-50 

The Atlas and Daily Bee, Boston, from June 15 to Dee. 31, 1858 

Boston investigator, (1864, 1873, 1876 lacking,) 

Massachusetts Teacher (monthly), Boston 

Zion's Herald, Boston, (1868, 1869, 1870, 1878, 1880, 1883, 1884, 1890,) 

Bulletin of the Boston Public Library (quarterly and occasional) 

Banner of Light, Boston 

Boston Journal of Chemistry 

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (quarterly), Boston 

The Woman's Journal, Boston 

Civil Service Record, Boston 

United States Official Postal Guide (monthly), Boston 

Our Dumb Animals (monthly), Boston 

The Citizen (monthly), Boston 

Journal of Education, Boston 

The Popular Science News, Boston... 

The Unitarian Review, and The Unitarian, (monthly,) Boston 

The Evening Traveler (daily), Boston, from January to June, 1886 

Political Science Quarterly, (see New York.) 

Library Notes (monthly), Boston 

The Writer (monthly), Boston 

The Estes & Lauriat Book Bulletin (monthly), Boston 

American Teacher (monthly), Boston 

Spelling (quarterly) 

Evening Gazette, Boston 

The New Jerusalem Magazine (monthly), Boston 

Journal of American Folk-Lore (quarterly, monthly,) Boston 

Technology Quarterly, Boston 

The Golden Rule, Boston 

The Unitarian (monthly), Boston 

Daily Advertiser, Boston 

Living Issues (monthly), Boston 

The Dawn (monthly), Boston 

The New Nation, Boston 

The Weekly Bulletin, Boston 

The Woman's Column, Boston 

United States Investor, Boston, New York, Philadelphia 

The National ^gis, Worcester, Dec. 2, 1801, to Dec. 25, 1811; from Jan. 20, 1813, to 
May 4, 1814; from Jan. 5, 1815, to Dec. 25, 1816; from Dec. 15, 1824, to June 8, 1825, 
and years 1825,1830,1838-1840 .... 

Worcester Evening Gazette, from January to December, 1866 ; from January, 1867, to 
July 18, 1881; and from January, 1882, to December, 1885 

JEgis and Gazette, Worcester, ( part of 1877 lacking,) 

Massachusetts Spy or Worcester Gazette 

The Massachusetts Spy (weekly), Worcester 

Worcester Daily Spy, from January to December, 1859 ; from January, 1868, to De- 
cember, 1884; and from July, 1885, to July, 1886 

Daily Transcript, Worcester, from February, 1853, to December, 1855 

Worcester Daily Press, from June, 1873, to December, 1876 

The American Journal of Psychology (quarterly), Baltimore and Worcester 

Light, Worcester , 

Essex Register, Salem, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 17, 1817 

Historical Collections of the Essex Institute, Salem 

Bulletin of the Essex Institute, Salem, ( 1873 and 1874 lacking,) 

The Salem Press and Historical and Genealogical Register 

Harvard University Bulletin (occasional), Cambridge 

Harvard Register (April to July) 

Science, Cambridge, (see New York,) 

Gazette and Courier, Greenfield 



1824-1868 

1830-1842 

1832-1835 

1833-1865 

1833 

1837-1815 

1851-1854 
1866-1869 
1852-1892 
1854,1855 
1854-1859 
1860-1869 

1856 
1857-1882 

1858 
1859-1892 
1864,1865 
1868-1890 
1868-1892 
1869-1872 
1873-1877 
1876-1892 
1879-1892 
1881,1882 
1881-1886 
1882-1885 
1883-1885 

1883 
1885-1890 
1885-1892 

1886 

1886-1889 
1887-1892 
1887,1888 
1887-1890 
1887,1888 
1888-1892 
1888-1892 
1888-1892 
1888-1890 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 



1801-1840 

1868-1885 

1875-1880 

1805,1806 

1822 

1859-1886 
1853-1855 
1873-1876 
1887-1892 
1890-1892 

1817 
18o9-1889 
1869-1892 
1890-1892 
1880-1892 

1881 
1883-1885 
1885-1891 



Eighth biennial refobt. 



89 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES— Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Years. ^?- 
vols. 



Massachusetts — Concliided. 
Martha's Vineyard Herald, Cottage City.. 
Dedham Historical Register (quarterly).. 
Hyde Park Historical Record (quarterly.. 
Massachusetts miscellaneous newspapers. 



The Fireside Teacher (monthly), Battle Creek 

The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, Battle Creek. 

The Unitarian (monthly), Ann Arbor 

The Plaindealer, Detroit 

Pernin's Monthly Stenographer, Detroit 



Minnesota. 

Pioneer-Press, St. Paul and Minneapolis 

The Illustrated Monthly Northwest Magazine, St. Paul. 

The St. Paul Dispatch (daily) 

The Gospel Message (monthly), St. Paul 

The Free Baptist, Minneapolis 

The American Geologist (monthly), Minneapolis , 

Medical Argus (monthly), Minneapolis 



Missouri. 
The Western Journal (and Civilian, monthly), St. Louis 



Organ and Reveille, St. Louis.. 

American Journal of Education (monthly), St. Louis, (1889 lacking,). 

The Great Southwest (monthly), St. Louis, vols. 1, 2,3,6, and 7 

Fonetic Teacher (monthly), St. Louis, vol. 2. 



The Communist and Altruist (bi-monthly), St. Louis 

American Journalist (monthly), St. Louis 

The St. Louis Evangelist 

The St. Louis Globe- Democrat (daily) 

The Central Christian Advocate, St. Louis 

The Christian Evangelist, St. Louis 

Colnian's Rural World, St. Louis 

National Reformer (monthly), St. Louis.... 

Broom-Corn Reporter (monthly), St. Louis and Chicago 

St. Joseph Free Democrat 

St. Joseph Herald, daily, (1878 and to July 1, 1879, lacking) 

St. Joseph Herald 

St. Joseph Gazette 

Kansas City Times, daily, (1875 lacking,) 

Kansas City Evening Times 

The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry (monthly)., 

Weekly Journal of Commerce, Kansas City 

Kansas City Daily Journal , 

Mirror of Progress, Kansas City 

Kansas City Price Current 

Santa F6 Trail (monthly), Kansas City, vol.1, Nos. 1 to 8 

Camp's Emigrant Guide to Kansas, Kansas City 

American Home Magazine, Kansas City .'. 

Kansas City Live-Stock Indicator 

The Mid-Continent, Kansas City and St. Louis 

Svenska Herolden, Kansas City 

Western Newspaper Union, Kansas City 

The Centropolis, Kansas City 

The Kansas City Medical Index (monthly) 

Lanphear's Kansas City Medical Index (monthly) 

Kansas City Live-Stock Record and Price Current 

The Kansas City Record 

Missouri and Kansas Farmer (monthly), Kansas City 

Kansas City Star 

The Kansas City Star (daily) 

The Faithful Witness (monthly), Kansas City 

The Herald, Kansas City 

The Kansas Magazine (monthly), Kansas City 

The Church Builder, Kansas City 

The Evening News, Kansas City 

The Kansas City Daily Traveler 

Hoisington Bank Reporter (semi-monthly), Kansas City 

Christian Era, Kansas City 

Kansas City Globe 

The Naturalist (monthly), Kansas City 

Border's Odd Fellow (monthly), Kansas City 

Weekly Progress, Kansas City 

Real Estate Journal (occasional), Kansas City 



1887,1888 

1890 

1891,1892 



i88r. 


-189'^ 


1887 
1889 
1891 


-1890 
-1892 
1892 


1878,1879 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1892 
1891,1892 



1892 



1848-1854 
1851 
1873-1892 
1874-1880 
1881 
1881-1892 
lS8;S-188o 
1887,1888 
1887-1892 
1888-1892 
1889-1892 
1881-1891 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1860 
1876-1892 
1877-1892 
1877-1892 
1873-1892 
1890,1891 
1877-1885 
1877-1879 
1879-1892 
1879-1881 
1880,1881 
1880,1881 
1880-1884 
1881,1882 
1882-1892 
1882-1892 
1882-1884 
1883-1892 
1883-1888 
1884-1887 
1888-1892 
1884-1888 
1885-1892 
1836-1892 
1890-1892 
1886-1892 
]88r!,1887 
1886-1889 
1886-1888 
1888,1889 



1889-1892 
1889,1890 
1889-1891 
1889,1890 
1890-1892 
1890,1891 
1890-1892 



90 



STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS. ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



Missouri — Concluded. 

Insurance Magazine (monthly), Kansas City 

Christian Endeavor Monitor (monthly), Kansas City. 

The National Dairyman (monthly), Kansas City 

The Daily iMail, Kansas City 

The Amoret Chief 

The Border Chief, Amsterdam 

"VVorland Watchman 

Missouri miscellaneous newspapers , 



Nebraska. 

The Western Newspaper Union, Omaha '. 

The Woman's Tribune (monthly and weekly), Beatrice 

Western Resources (monthly), Lincoln 

Nebraska State Journal (daily), Lincoln 

Nebraska State Journal (weekly and semi-weekly), Lincoln. 

Nebraska ("ongregational News (monthly), Lincoln 

Daily Christian Advocate (M. E. Conference), Omaha 



New Jersey. 
The Journal of American Orthoepy (monthly), Ringos.. 
Orchard and Garden (monthly), Little Silver 



New Mexico. 

Santa Fe New Mexican 

Daily New Mexican, Santa F6 

New Mexican Mining News, Santa F6. 

The Santa F6 Weekly Leader 

Albuquerque Weekly Journal 

The Daily Citizen, Albuquerque 

Mining World, Las Vegas 

Las Vegas Weekly Optic 

Las Vegas Daily Optic 

San Marcial Reporter 



New York. 

New York American, New York city 

Anti-Slavery Record, New York 

The Emancipator, New York, (from Feb. 3, 1837, to Feb. 14, 1839,) 

The New Yorker, New York 

The Diamond, New York 

Workingman's Advocate, New York 

New York Evangelist 

Scientific American, New York, ( lacking from 1861 to 1884,) 

New York Daily Tribune, ( May to Aug., 1878, scattering; Aug., 1878, to July, 1879, 

lacking,) 

New York Weekly Tribune, (lacking 1871-1878,) 

New York Semi- Weekly Tribune, (lacking 1876, 1883, 1884,) 

Propagandist, New York 

The Home Missionary (monthly). New York 

Harper's Monthly Magazine, New York .' 

Harper's Weekly, New York 

New York Illustrated News 

The Industry of all Nations, New York 

Putnam's Monthly, New York 

Daily Tiroes, New York, (incomplete,) 

The Phonographic Intelligencer, New York 

Historical Magazine (monthly), Boston, New York city, and Morrisania, (1864-1866 

lacking,) 

The Printer, New York 



American Agriculturist (monthly), New York, (lacking 1862-1866, 1870-1890,) 

New York Independent, New York, (1874 duplicate,) 

American Phrenological Journal (monthly), New York city 

U. S. Service Magazine (monthly). New York 

The Galaxy (monthly). New York 

The Nation, New York, (July to December, 1879, lacking,) 

American Educational Monthly, New York 

The Revolution, New York 

The Spectator, New York and Chicago 

Scribner's Monthly and The Century Magazine, New York 

Popular Science Monthly, New York 

Christian Union, New York 

The Iron Age, New York 

The Library Journal (monthly). New York 

The Magazine of American History (monthly). New York 



1891,1892 

1891,1892 

1892 

1892 

1890,1891 

1891,1892 

1892 



886-1892 
883-1890 
887-1892 
887-1892 
887-1892 
887-1892 



1884-1892 
1887-1892 



1881-1883 
1887-1892 
1881-1883 
1885,1886 
1881-1886 
1887-1892 
1880-1882 
1883-1884 
1888-1892 
1889-1892 



1827,1828 
1836 
1837-1839 
1837-1840 
1840-1842 
1844,1845 
1845-1847 
1849-1892 

1849-1892 

1869-1884 

1871-1887 

1850,1851 

1850-1892 

1851-1854 

1857-1888 

1853 

1853 

1853-1857 

1854-1856 

1857 

1857-1873 
1858-1863 
1860-1892 
1869-1887 

1864 
1864-1866 
1866-1877 
1866-1890 
1867-1869 
1868-1870 
1870-1880 
1870-1888 
1872-1891 
1874-1887 

1876 
1876-1892 
1877-1892 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



91 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



fKW York — CutUinued. 

Brown's Phonographic Monthly, New York 

The National Citizen and Ballot-Box, (from May, 1878, to Oct., 1881,) New York, 

(See Ballot-Box, Ohio.) 

The Daily Register, New York 

The Sheltering Arms (monthly), New York 

The Publishers' Weekly, New York 

The American Missionary (monthly), New York 

Appleton's Literary Bulletin (bi-monthly). New York 

Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (occasional), New York 

John Swinton's Paper, New York 

The Cooperative Index to Periodicals (monthly), New York 

Science, New York 

Phonetic Educator, New York and Cincinnati 

The Literary News, New York 

The Student's Journal (phonographic monthly), New York 

Insurance, New York, (lacking 1886-1891,) 

The Phonographic World (monthly). New York 

New York Wer-kly Witness 

The Irish World, New York 

The Christian Advocate, New York, (from April, 1885, to Dec. 30, 1886,) 

The American Book-Maker (monthly). New York 

The New Princeton Review (semi-monthly), New York 

Sabbath Reading, New York 

The Delineator (monthly). New York 

Electrical Review, New York 

Scribner's Magazine (monthly), New York, (1889 lacking,) 

Political Science Quarterly, New York 

Agricultural Science (monthly). New York 

The Swiss Cross (monthly). New York 

The Voice, New York 

The Decorator and Furnisher (monthly). New York 

The Public Service Review (monthly). New York 

Home Knowledge (monthly). New York 

New York Pioneer 

The Curio, New York 

Judge, New York 

Garden and Forest, New York 

Deraorest's Monthly, New York 

Tariff League Bulletin, New York 

The Standard, New York 

The Saturday Globe, New York 

Magazine of Christian Literature (monthly). New York 

The School of Mines Quarterly, New York 

Public Opinion, New York. (See District of Columbia.) 

The Critic, New York 

College for the Training of Teachers (leaflet). New York 

"The Silver Cross (monthly), New York 

Twentieth Century, New York 

The Business Woman's Journal (bi-monthly), New York 

Magazine of Western History (monthly). New York, (see Cleveland, Ohio,) 

Literary Digest, New York 

American Economist, New York 

The American Sentinel, New York , 

The Temperance Teacher (monthly). New York 

Microcosm (monthly), New York 

Scientific American Supplement (monthly), New York , 

Building and Loan News (monthly), New York and London 

The American Bookseller, New York 

The Farmers' Pioneer, New York , 

Goldthwaite's Geographical Magazine (monthly), New York 

Free Russia (monthly), New York 

Educational Review (monthly), New York 

War Cry. New York 

Our Animal Friends (monthly). New York , 

The National Magazine, New York , 

The Journalist, New York 

The School Bulletin (monthly). New York ........!!!! 

Scientific American, architects' and builders' edition, (monthly,) New York 

Review of Reviews (monthly), New York 

The Forum (monthly). New York 

The Standard Extra, New York 

The Engineering Magazine (monthly), New York 

The Charities Review (monthly), New York 

Appleton & Co.'s Monthly Bulletin, New York 

Kawkab America (Persian and English), New York 

The International Bookseller, New York 

.Evangelical Magazine, Utica, (vol8.2 and 3,) 



1878-1883 

1878-1881 
1879-1888 
1879-1892 
1879-1892 
1880-1892 
1881-1889 
1882-1890 
.1883-1887 
1883-1889 
1883-1890 
1884,1885 
1884-1892 
1884-1892 
1881-1892 
1885-1892 
1885-1892 
1885-1892 
1885,1886 
1885,1886 



1886-1892 
1887-1891 
1886-1892 
1887-1889 
1887-1889 
1887-1892 
1887-1892 
1887,1888 
1887,1888 
1887-1891 
1887,1888 
1888 



1888 
1888-1892 
1888-1891 
1889-1892 
1888-1892 

1887-1889 
1887-1891 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1889-1891 
1890-1892 
1880-1892 
1890-1892 
1890,1891 
1889-1891 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1892 
1828,1892 



92 



STATE HISTOBIGAL SOCIETY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Ck)NTiNUED. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



New York — Concluded. 
Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate, Utica, (vols. 4, 5, and 9, 1833, 1834, and 



1838,). 



The JefFersonian, Albany 

The Northern Light, Albany 

The Cultivator and Country Gentleman, Albany 

The Union, Brooklyn 

Fruit Recorder and Cottage Gardener, Palmyra 

The Bee Keepers' Exchange (monthly), Canajoharie 

The Husbandman, Elmira and Binghamton 

Library Bulletin of Cornell University (occasional), Ithaca.. 
New York miscellaneous newspapers 



North Dakota. 

Dakota Teacher, Huron 

Bismarck Weekly Tribune. 
Bismarck Daily Tribune 



Ohio. 

The Ohio Cultivator, Columbus 

The Crisis, (from .January 31, 1861, to January 23 1863,) Columbus 

Ohio Educational Monthly, Columbus 

National Teacher (monthly), Columbus 

Ohio Archseological and Historical Quarterly, Columbus 

Weekly Phonetic Advocate, Cincinnati 

Phonetic Advocate Supplement, Cincinnati 

The Masonic Review, Cincinnati 

Type of the Times, ("incinnati 

American Phonetic Journal, Cincinnati 

National Normal (monthly), Cincinnati 

Cincinnati Weekly Times 

The Phonetic Educator, Cincinnati 

The Christian Press (monthly), Cincinnati 

Journal of Cincinnati Society of Natural History (quarterly) 

The American Journal of Forestry, Cincinnati 

The Christian Standard, Cincinnati 

The American Grange Bulletin, Cincinnati 

Phonographic Magazine (monthly), Cincinnati.. 

Christian Educator (quarterly), Cincinnati 

Cincinnati Nonpareil (monthly) 

Cooperative News (semi-monthly), Cincinnati 

The Ballot-Box, (from June, 1876, to May, 1878,) Toledo, (see National Citizen, New 

York,) 

Nachrichten aus der Heidenwelt, Zanesville 

Bibliotheca Sacra (quarterly), Oberlin 

Magazine of Western History (monthly), Cleveland 

Farm and Fireside (semi-monthly), Springfield 

"Womankind, Springfield... 

Herald of Gospel Liberty, Dayton 

Le Pasteur (quarterly), Dayton 

American Farm News (monthly), Akron 



1833-1838 
1838,1839 
1841-1843 
1879,1880 
1879-1882 
1874-1876 
1879-1882 
1886-1892 
1882-1892 



Oklahoma Territory. 
The Oklahoma Capital, Guthrie. 



The Oklahoma Daily Capital, Guthrie 

Oklahoma Optic, Guthrie 

Evening Democrat, Guthrie. 

The West and the South, Guthrie 

The Oklahoma School Journal (monthly), Guthrie 

Oklahoma Standard, Stillwater 

The New World, Kingfisher 

Kingfisher News 

Free Press, Kingfisher 

The Frii'co Herald 

Hennessey Clipper 

The Courier, Hennessey and Kingfisher 

The Evening Gazette, Oklahoma 

Oklahoma Daily Journal 

Oklahoma City Daily Times 

Oklahoma Daily Times-Journal, Oklahoma City 

The Norman Transcript 

Edmund Sun 

The Oklahoma Congregational News (monthly), Downs., 

Langston City Herald 

Yukon Courier 

Canadian County Courier, El Reno 

The Mulhall Monitor 



1885,1886 
1887-1892 
1890-1892 



1845,1846 

1861-1863 

1865 

1872 

1887-1889 

1850-1853 

1850-1852 

1853-1862 

1854,1855 

1858 

1869 

1878-1892 

1878-1883 

1880-1892 

1881-1892 

1882,1883 

1883-1892 

1886-1892 

1887 

1889-1892 

1891,1892 

1892 

1876-1878 
1877-1880 
1877-1889 
1884-1889 
1884-1891 
1891,1892 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1891,1892 



1890 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1889,1890 
1889-1891 
1891,l>--92 
1891,1892 
1890,1891 
1890-1892 

1890 
1889-1892 
1890,1891 
1890,1891 
1891,1892 
1890-1892 
1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 

1892 
1890,1891 



Eighth biennial Repobt. 



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BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Continued. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Years, 



I 



SOMA — (included. 

Oklahoma short lived, vol. 1 : The Oklahoma Chief, Rock Falls, Aug. 7, 1884; Guth- 
rie Getup. April 29 to Aug. 29, 1889; Guthrie Republican, Sept. 5 to Nov. 7, 1889; 
Oklahoma Daily State Herald, Guthrie, Oct. 14 to Nov. 30, 1889 ; Oklahoma Farmer, 
Guthrie, Oct. 18, 1889, to Jan. 3, 1890; Guthrie Weekly News, Nov. 25, 1889; Guth- 
rie Daily News, April 9 to May 9, 1890; Oklahoma Hawk, Payne, March 15 to Aug. 
26, 1890 — 4 Nos.; The Hardesty Times, May 31 to Aug. 16, 1890 — 5 Nos. ; Okla- 
homa Weekly Farmer, Stillwater, Aug. 30, 1890; El Reno Herald, Oct. 9, 1890, to 
Jan. 16, 1891 



Fire and Hammer, the Way, the Truth, and the Light (monthly), Portland. 



Pennsylvania. 

The American Naturalist, Philadelphia 

Lossing's American Historical Record, Philadelphia 

Potter's American Magazine, Philadelphia 

The Press (daily), Philadelphia , 

Progress, Philadelphia , 

Public Ledger (daily), Philadelphia 

Faith and Works (monthly), Philadelphia 

Sunday School Times, (files for 1879, 1880, 1884, 1886, 1891, 1892,) Philadelphia 

Naturalist's Leisure Hour (monthly), Philadelphia 

Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector, Philadelphia 

The Building Association and Home Journal (monthly), Philadelphia , 

The Book Mart (monthly), Philadelphia 

Paper and Press (monthly), Philadelphia 

Weekly Press, Philadelphia 

Book News (monthly), Philadelphia , 

Food, Home, and Garden, Philadelphia , 

The Sugar Beet (monthly), Philadelphia 

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (quarterly), Phil- 
adelphia , 

Farm and Fireside (bi-weekly), Philadelphia 

University Extension (monthly), Philadelphia 

The Microscopical Bulletin and Science News (monthly), Philadelphia 

Stowell's Petroleum Reporter (monthly), Philadelphia 

Lithographic Journal (monthly), Philadelphia 

Eadle Keatah Toh — the Morning Star and the Red Man (monthly), Carlisle , 

Historical Register (vols. 1 and 2), Harrisburg 

The Farmers' Friend, Mechanicsburg , 

American Manufacturer and Iron World, Pittsburg 

Poultry Keeper (monthly), Parkersburg and Philadelphia 

Zion's Watch Tower, Allegheny 

Pennsylvania miscellaneous newspapers 



Rhode Island. 
Magazine of New England History (quarterly), Newport.. 

South Dakota. 
Pierre Daily Capital 



Tennessee. 
Bulletin State Board of Health (monthly), Nashville.. 



Texas. 
Live-stock Journal, Fort Worth... 
Texas Wool Grower, Fort Worth.. 

El Paso Times (daily) , 

Texas Review (monthly), Austin., 

The Canadian Free Press , 

The Canadian Crescent 

Southern Mercury, Dallas 

Velasco Dally Times 

Velasco Weekly Times 

Houston Daily Post 

Houston Weekly Post 



Utah. 
The Irrigation Age (semi-monthly). 



Vermont, 
The Woman's Magazine (monthly), Brattleboro. 
The National Bulletin (monthly), Brattleboro.... 



1867-1880 
1872-1874 

1876 
1878-1880 
1878-1885 
1879-1892 
1879-1891 
1879-1892 
1880-1892 
1886-1889 
1887-1889 
1887-1890 
1888-1892 

1889 
1889-1892 
1889-1892 
1890-1892 

1890-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 

1892 
1881-1892 
1883,1884 
1886-1892 
1887-1892 
1888-1892 

1892 



1891,1892 



1890-1892 



1882-1892 
1882,1883 



1887-1889 
1888,1889 
1888-1892 
1891,1892 
1891,1892 
1892 
1892 



1891,1892 



1885-1890 
1886.1887 



94 



STATE HI8T0BICAL SOCIETY. 



BOUND NEWSPAPERS, ETC., OF OTHER STATES AND COUNTRIES — Concluded. 



KEWSPAPERS. 



Virginia. 

The Richmond Standard 

Southern Workman and Hampton School Record 

Washington. 
Whatcom Reveille 

West Virginia. 
The Mountain Echo, Keyser 

Wisconsin. 

Wisconsin State Journal, Madison 

Western Farmer and Wisconsin Grange Bulletin, Madison 

Wisconsin Journal of Education (monthly), Madison 

Wyoming. 

Laramie Boomerang (daily) 

The Wyoming Commonwealth, Cheyenne 

Australia. 

Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales, Sydney 

Alliance Record, Melbourne 

England. 

London Illustrated News 

Diplomatic Review, (vols. 1-25,) London 

The Labour Standard, London 

Forestry, a magazine for the country (monthly), Edinburgh and London 

The Fonetic Journal, Bath 

France. 

Bulletin de laSociete Protectrice des Animaux (monthly), Paris 

Bulletin de laSociete de Geographic, Paris 

Societe de Geographic compte rendu des Seances de la Commission Centrale (semi- 
monthly), Paris 

Chronique de la Soci6t6 des Gens des Lettres (monthly ), Paris 

Bulletin Mensuel de la Societe des Gens des Lettres, Paris 

Bulletin des Seances de la Societe Nationale d' Agriculture de France (monthly) 
Paris 

Bulletin de la Soci6t6 de Geographic Commerciale de Paris (quarterly) 

Bulletin Ministfere de I'Agriculture, Paris 

Revue Savoisienne, Journal Public par la Society Florimontane d'Annecy (quar- 
terly) 

Bulletin de la Societe de Geographic Commerciale de Nantes (quarterly) 

Bulletin de la Societe de Geographic de Rochefort (quarterly) , 

Recueil des Publications de la Societe Havraise d' Etudes Diverses, Havre 

Societe de Geographic Commerciale du Havre (monthly) 

Bulletin de la Societe de Geographic de Toulouse (quarterly) 

Mexico. 

La Revista Agricola (bi-monthly), City of Mexico , 

El Hijo del Ahuizote, City of Mexico 



Years. 



No. 
vols. 



1880,1881 
1886-1892 



1878-1889 

1886 

1863-1865 



1889-1892 
1890,1891 



1890,1891 
1891 



1842-1879 
1855-1877 
1882-1884 
1884,1885 
1879 



1878-1882 
1878-1892 

1882-1892 
1879-1892 
1878-1880 

1879-1892 

1888-1892 

1889 

1878-1880 
1889,1890 
1889,1890 
1890,1891 
1891,1892 
1891 



1891,1892 
1891.1892 



KANSAS NEWSPAPERS. 



The following is a list of the newspapers and periodicals published in Kan- 
sas, corrected to January 1, 1893. The regular issues of these, with very- 
few exceptions, are now being received by the Kansas State Historical Soci- 
ety. They are the free gift of the publishers to the State. They are bound 
in annual or semi-annual volumes, and are preserved in the library of the 
Society in the State Capitol for the free use of the people. They number 
792 in all. Of these 33 are dailies, 1 semi-weekly, 678 weeklies, 6Q month- 
lies, 3 are semi-monthlies, 2 are bi-monthly, 7 are quarterlies, and 2 are occa- 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REPOBT. 95 

jional. They come from all of the 106 counties of Kansas, and record the 
history of the people of all the communities and neighborhoods. 

fAIiLEN COUNTY. 
Humboldt Union, Kepublioan; W. T. McElroy, publisher and proprietor, Hum- 
Idt. 
Humboldt Herald, Democratic; S. A. D. Cox, editor and publisher, Humboldt, 
lola Register, Republican; Chas. F. Scott, editor and publisher, lola. 
The Farmers' Friend, People's Party; S. D. Bartlett, editor, S. D. Bartlett and 
— Webber, publishers, lola. 
The Allen County Herald, Democratic; P. J. Talbot, editor and manager, lola. 
The Moran Herald, Republican; Geo. D. IngersoU, editor and proprietor, Moran. 

ANDEBSON OOUNTX. 

The Republican-Plaindealer, Republican; Howard M. Brooke, editor and pub- 
lisher, Garnett. 

Garnett Journal, Democratic; J. T. Highley, editor and publisher, Garnett. 

Garnett Eagle, Republican; W. A. Trigg, editor and publisher, Garnett. 

Kansas Agitator, People's Party; W. 0. Champe, editor and publisher, Garnett. 

The Greeley News, independent; W. H. McClure, manager, Greeley Printing Com- 
pany, publishers, Greeley. 

The Greeley Graphic, Republican; Carl Brann, editor and publisher, Greeley. 

The Light (monthly). Prohibition; Prohibition Club, publishers, L. N. Judd, 
chairman, Greeley. 

The Free Press, Republican; S. L. Tathwell, editor. Colony Printing and Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers, Colony, 

The Westphalia Times, Democratic; Ancil F. Hatten, editor and publisher, West- 
phalia. 

The Kincaid Dispatch, independent; J. E. Scruggs, jr., editor, and Scruggs Bros., 
publishers, Kincaid. 

ATCHISON COUNTY. 

The Atchison Champion (daily and weekly). Republican; A. J. Felt, editor and 
publisher, Atchison. 

Atchison Patriot (daily and weekly), Democratic; S. F. Stambaugh, editor. The 
Patriot Publishing Company, publishers, Atchison. 

The Atchison Daily Globe, independent; Edgar W. Howe, editor and publisher, 
Atchison. 

The College Review (monthly), educational; A. G. Coonrood and C. T. Smith, 
editors and publishers, Atchison. 

The Kansas Churchman (monthly), religious; Rev. F. K. Brooke, editor and pub- 
lisher, Atchison. 

The Midland (monthly), college; edited by Faculty and students of Midland Col- 
lege, Atchison. 

The New Kansas Magazine (monthly), literary; W. H. Wynn, editor, Kansas 
Magazine Company, publishers, Atchison. 

The Atchison Blade, Republican; Nat. T. Langston, editor. Blade Publishing 
Company, publishers, Atchison. 

The Student, educational; students of St. Benedict's College, Atchison. 

The Baptist (monthly), religious; Wilbur H. Park, local editor. City Mission Pub- 
lishing Company, Pittsburg, Pa., publishers, Atchison. 

Muscotah Record, neutral; Fred. W. Badger, editor and publisher, Muscotah. 

The Graphic, People's Party; W. C. Adkins, editor and publisher, Effingham. 
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96 STATE HISTOBICAL SOCIETY. 



The Weekly Journal, educational; George Mesigh, editor and proprietor, Effing- 
ham. 

The Huron Herald, Republican; Frank I. White editor and publisher, Huron. 

BABBEB COUNTY. 

Medicine Lodge Cresset, Republican; L. M. Axline, editor and publisher. Medi- 
cine Lodge. 

The Barber County Index, People's Party; Leon E. Beals, editor and manager,. 
Medicine Lodge. 

Hazelton Express, independent; W. F. Hatfield, editor and publisher. Hazel ton. 

The Kiowa Journal, Republican; J. E. Hall, proprietor, R. S. Kelly, editor,^ 
Kiowa. 

The Kiowa Review, People's Party; C. C. Hudson, editor, Hudson <fe Watrus, pro- 
prietors, Kiowa. 

BABTON COUNTY. 

The Great Bend Register, Republican; Morgan Caraway, editor and publisher,. 
Great Bend. 

Great Bend Tribune, Republican; C. P. Townsley, editor and publisher. Great 
Bend. 

Barton County Democrat, Democratic; Will E. Stoke, editor, publisher, and pro- 
prietor. Great Bend. 

Evening News (daily), neutral; C. P. Townsley, editor and publisher. Great Bend. 

Barton Beacon, People's Party; D. T. Armstrong, editor and publisher. Great 
Bend. 

Kansas Educator (monthly), educational; D. T. Armstrong, editor and proprie- 
tor. Great Bend. < 

Pawnee Rock Leader, Republican; M. E. Heynes, editor and publisher. Pawnee 
Rock. * 

The EUinwood Advocate, Democratic; W. D. Wilkinson, editor and publisher, El- 
linwood. 

The Hoisington Dispatch, Republican; Ira H. Clark, editor, publisher, and pro- 
prietor, Hoisington. 

The Hoisington Blade, Republican; Joe H. Borders, editor and publisher, Hois- 
ington. 

Barton County Banner, Republican; 0. E. O'Bleness, editor and proprietor, 
Claflin. 

BOUBBON COUNTY. 

Fort Scott Monitor (daily and weekly). Republican; W. R. Biddle, editor, D. F. 
Peffley, associate editor, H. C. Loucks, manager. The Monitor Company, publishers. 
Fort Scott. 

Fort Scott Tribune, (daily and weekly), Democratic; J. B. Chapman, editor, Geo. 
W. Martin and J. B. Chapman, proprietors. Fort Scott. 

The Fort Scott Journal, independent; Ralph Richards, editor, Fort Scott. 

Fort Scott Dispatch, Republican; H. S. Brimhall, editor, Brimhall & Webster, 
publishers, Fort Scott. 

The Lantern, People's Party; J. Herrick and M. A. Waterman, editors. The Lan- 
tern Publishing Company, publishers, Fort Scott. 

The Normal Journal, educational; D. E. Sanders, editor. Fort Scott. 

The Bronson Pilot, neutral; H. E. Conflans, editor and proprietor, Bronson. 

Fulton Independent, independent; A. W. Felter, editor and proprietor, Fulton. 

Fulton Rustler (monthly), independent; S. B. De Lano, editor, Fulton. 

Hiattville Weekly Optic, independent; Harry E. Bird and Ralph Richards, editors,. 
Ralph Richards, proprietor, Hiattville. 



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97 



BBOWN COUNTY. 

The Brown County World, Republican; Ewing Herbert, editor and publisher,' 
[iawatha. 

The Kansas Democrat, Democratic; G. W. & W. P. Harrington, editors and pro- 
)rietor8, Hiawatha. 

The Hiawatha Weekly Journal, People's Party; J. Frank Moore, editor. Journal 
Publishing Company, publishers, Hiawatha. 

The Delta of Sigma Nu (bi-monthly), college fraternity; Grant W. Harrington, 
iditor and publisher, Hiawatha. 

The Horton Headlight, Republican; H. E, Whitaker, editor and proprietor, Hor- 
ton. 

Horton Commercial, Democratic; Clyde McManigal, editor, publisher, and pro- 
prietor, Horton. 

Fairview Enterprise Democratic; S. O. Groesbeck, editor and proprietor, Fair- 
view. 

The Everest Enterprise, independent; Chas. R. Johnson, editor, N. F. Hess, pro- 
prietor, Everest. 

The Morrill News, independent; C. E. Stains, editor and publisher, Morrill. 

BUTIiEB COUNTY. 

Walnut Valley Times (daily and weekly). Republican; Alvah Shelden, editor and 
proprietor, El Dorado. 

El Dorado Republican, Republican; T. B. Murdock, editor and publisher. El 
Dorado. 

The Industrial Advocate, People's Party; J. F. Todd, and J. C. Riley, jr., editors 
and proprietors, El Dorado. 

Augusta Journal, Republican; Will H. Cady, editor and publisher, Augusta. 

The Augusta Gazette, Democratic; Timothy Sexton and 0. J. Bradfield, editors 
and publishers, Augusta. 

The Leon Indicator, Republican; C. R. Noe, editor and publisher, Leon. 

Douglass Tribune, Republican; J. M. Satterthwaite and W. P. Tucker, editors, 
[and publishers, Douglass. 

The Herald, People's Party; E. Davis, editor and proprietor, Towanda. 

The White Water Tribune, Republican; H.W.Bailey, editor and publisher. White 
^ater. 

The Latham Times, independent; J. «fc R.W. Romig, editors and publishers, Latham. 

CHASB COUNTY. 

Chase County Leader, Republican ; Wm. A. Morgan, editor and publisher, Cot- 
tonwood Falls. 

Chase County Courant, Democratic ; W. E. Timmons, editor and publisher, Cot- 
Itonwood Falls. 

The Reveille, People's Party; E. W. Ellis, editor and proprietor, Cottonwood 
[Falls. 

Strong City Derrick, neutral; C. W. White, editor; Dave Rettiger, publisher, 
Itrong City. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

The Sedan Times Journal, Republican; Adrian Reynolds, editor, publisher, and 
proprietor, Sedan. 

The Sedan Lance, People's Party; A, S. Koonce, editor; D. E. Shartel, propri- 
etor, Sedan. 

The Cedar Vale Star, independent; Frank G. Kenesson, editor, publisher, and 
proprietor. Cedar Vale. 



98 STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



The Cedar Vale Commercial, Republican; W. M. Jones, editor, publisher, and 
proprietor, Cedar Vale. 

OHEEOKEE COUNTY. 

Columbus Star-Courier, Democratic; N. T. Allison and W. P. Eddy, editors and 
proprietors, Columbus. 

The Columbus Advocate, Republican; L. M. Dillman, editor, Asa Lea, propri- 
etor and business manager, Columbus. 

Modern Light, People's Party; M. A. Housholder and Anna Widman, editors and 
proprietors, Columbus. 

Cherokee County Teacher (monthly), educational; Anna Widman, editor, Galena. 

Short Creek Republican, Republican; L. C. Weldy, editor and publisher. Galena. 

The Galena Times, Democratic; Chas. T. Dana, editor; Galena Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers, Galena. 

Baxter Springs News, neutral; M. H. Gardner and Chas, L. Smith, editors and 
publishers, Baxter Springs. 

Weir City Tribune, independent; H. Hayden, editor and proprietor. Weir. 

The Weir Journal, Republican; T. G. Rolison, editor and proprietor. Weir. 

The Globe-Miner, independent; Phil. L. Keener, editor and publisher, Scammon. 

CHEYENNE COUNTY. 

Bird City News, Republican; Emory T. Fraker, editor and publisher. Bird City. 
Cheyenne County Rustler, Republican; C. E. Dennison, editor and publisher, 
St. Francis. 

People's Defender, People's Party, W. A. Pyne, editor and publisher, St. Francis. 

CliAEK COUNTY. 

Clark County Clipper, People's Party; W. L. Cowden, editor and publisher, Ash- 
land. 

The Ashland Weekly Journal, Republican; M. G. Stevenson, editor, Journal Com- 
pany, publishers, Ashland. 

Englewood Chief, Republican; J. M. Grasham, editor and publisher, Englewood. 

CLAY COUNTY. 

The Clay County Dispatch, People's Party; W, D.Vincent, editor, John B. Park, 
publisher, W. A. Davidson, business manager, Clay Center. 

The Times, Republican; D. A.Valentine, editor, publisher, and proprietor. Clay 
Center. 

The Western Record, religious; D. P. Zeigler, editor and publisher, Clay Center. 

Uncle Sam's Live-Stock Journal (monthly); J. H. Morgan, editor and publisher. 
Clay Center. 

The Clifton News, Republican; L. A. Palmer, editor, publisher, and proprietor, 
Clifton. 

The Times, People's Party; C. D. Tolin, editor and publisher, Clifton. 

Wakefield Advertiser, neutral; J. J. L. Jones, editor and publisher, Wakefield. 

CliOUD COUNTY. 

The Concordia Empire, Republican; T. A. Sawhill, editor and proprietor, Con- 
cordia. 

The Concordia Blade, ^People's Party; J. M. Hagaman, editor and [publisher, 
Concordia. 

Concordia Daylight, Republican; E. Marshall, editor and proprietor; J. E. Mar- 
shall, publisher and manager. 

The Alliant, People's Party; Ferd. Prince, editor and publisher, Concordia. 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL REFOBT. 99 



The Clyde Herald, Republican; J. B. & M. L. Rape, editors, publishers, and pro- 
►rietors, Clyde. 

The Clyde Argus, independent; Chas. A. Morley and Fred. O. Ayers, editors and 
publishers, Clyde. 

The Farmers' Voice, People's Party; J. J. Henley, editor, The Farmers' Voice 
Jompany, publishers, Clyde. 

Jamestown New Era, independent; M. D. Sutherlin, editor and publisher, James- 
>wn. 

The Glasco Sun, independent; L. E. Frankforther, editor, Frankforther Bros., 
proprietors, Glasco. 

Milton vale Press, |Republican; H. E. Stewart and B. F. Miller, editors and pro- 
prietors, Miltonvale. 

The Miltonvale Echo, People's Party; W. R. Hall, editor and proprietor, Milton- 
vale. 

COFFEY COUNTY. 

Burlington Republican, Republican; C. O. Smith, editor, publisher, and proprie- 
tor, Burlington. 

Burlington Independent, Democratic; John E. Watrous, editor, publisher, and 
proprietor, Burlington. 

Burlington Nonpareil, Republican; A. D. Brown, editor, publisher, and pro- 
prietor, Burlington. 

The Courier, People's Party; M. M. Bowmen and N. S. Mounts, editors and pub- 
lishers, Burlington. 

LeRoy Reporter, independent; Frank Fockele, editor, publisher, and proprietor, 
LeRoy. 

Waverly Gazette, independent; A. A. Smith, editor and proprietor, Waverly. 

The Lebo Enterprise, Republican; W. P. Evans, editor and proprietor, Lebo. 

COMANCHE COUNTY. 

The Western Star, People's Party; W. M. Cash, editor, publisher, and proprietor, 
Coldwater. 

Coldwater Enterprise, Republican; J. E. Hutchinson, editor and proprietor, Cold- 
water. 

OOWIiEY COUNTY. 

The Winfield Courier (daily and weekly), Republican; Ed. P. Gr